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You Can Get a Virtual Session from ‘The Home Edit’

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If you’ve been on Netflix recently, you’ve likely seen the new series Get Organized with The Home Edit. The show follows professional organizers Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin as they work through and organize the homes of everyday people and celebrities. If you love their work, you can get a virtual session from The Home Edit.

While The Home Edit has become a phenomenon with its own Container Store collection, book, and now Reese Witherspoon-produced show, it’s still a business, and you can still pay for its services. The Home Edit only works in select cities when it comes to in-person help, but you can access their organizing abilities virtually. The company offers FaceTime chats to those looking to complete smaller projects for a cool $250 (for two sessions), but if you need help with a project that’s a bit larger, there’s a 3-hour option for $525 with the ability to add a half-hour for $75 and 15 minutes for $40.

If you want to learn more about all the services The Home Edit offers, you can check out their prices on the website, but brace yourself, organization comes at a cost (of up to $250 an hour). But if you’ve got a closet full of things you never use or storage bins piled up to your ceiling, it may be worth it.

[Via PopSugar]

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