I am Peggy Barnes, a woman on a mission to help people live a more intentional and free life.
Over the years, I witnessed people suffering from:
- too much clutter
- lies in their minds stealing their peace
So I decided to do something about it by cleaning out messy closets in homes and in heads.
Here are a few things I know and I want to share with you
- Organizing is not one size fits all
- Your clutter, physical and emotional, did not appear overnight and it won't go away overnight, but it can go away!
- There is hope, but you have to be ready to embrace the process of getting to a new beginning.
My mission is simple: Underneath the clutter is your best life.....let's work together to uncover it.
So that is Professional Peggy. What is real Peggy like?
I am from a big family, the 7th of 8 kids. When I left home, I headed to Auburn University (War Eagle!), earned my degree in Special Education, then worked in the corporate world for Sprint long distance.
35 years ago I married my husband RB, who has a gift of making me laugh. In 1990 I "retired" to the life of being a mom to my three children, Koren (mother to my G-baby Barnes), Banks, and Whitman. Life was a whirlwind of cooking, cleaning, carpooling, and committees with some tennis tossed in and an occasional indulgence in a good book. Then life happened, I needed to go back to work and I uncovered my passion for helping women get their lives in order.
I love spending time with family, hate to exercise (but do it anyway), wish I were crafty(but am sorely inept in that area), and have a real desire to see a lot of the United States (especially if you could beam me there since I can't stand riding in the car.)
I am competitive at just about everything, have been accused of being Type A and ADD all in one sentence, and I love to learn new things.
I have hurt, been hurt, doubted I had any gifts or talents, been fearful in the midst of very trying circumstances and wondered how I was going to get out of some extremely dark days. I have learned to lean on God and learned when you walk through the fire and face the pain, you do eventually end up on the other side, a better version of you.