POSSE is a Certified Professional Organizing Company based in Bergen County NJ specializing in “whole-home” decluttering for true residential organization whether our clients are dwelling, selling or moving.

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Organize To Dwell

Organize to Sell

Organize to Move

Have you been in your house for years, but it still doesn’t feel quite like a haven? Is it so cluttered and disorganized that you really don’t want to spend time there? If you would you like to untangle all the disorganization in your current space and fall in love with your home, you’ve come to the right professional.

POSSE can help you get organized and put function and clarity in place so you can come home to peace and calm. We can even prepare maintenance packages to keep your home decluttered.

Have you been living in your house for years and now want to sell, but the thought of going through every room full of possessions paralyzes you? Are you looking to properly and professionally organize your property so you can start over in some place new while earning the most profit selling?


POSSE’s professional organizing services can help you declutter and organize your home before you go on the market, making sure to earn the most you can while preparing for a smooth move.

Moving is something most people dread, but not when you have the help of a Certified Professional Organizer. We can help you with the hundreds of decisions about what to take, pack, donate, sell, junk, recycle and shred amongst many other tasks properly organizing your move.

POSSE can help you prioritize all your moving To Do’s. We can even work right alongside you on moving day and then be instrumental in the unpacking and setting up of your new home.



POSSE’S Favorite None-Cluttering Gift Giving Suggestions for December:

  1. Give Your Time, Talent or Treasure – My gift recipients always like to be given my organizing help, acts of service or money to buy what they like.
  2. Repurpose or Upcycle – Is there something special in the house or jewelry box that could use a little updating as a gift? My husband recently reset my engagement ring in white gold from it’s yellow gold and it looks brand new.
  3. Give Consumables – Give items people can use up and then they disappear so there is no clutter. Presents to eat, drink and watch are fun.
    Ask for a List or Enlist Suggestions – I know there is no element of surprise here, but it certainly keeps clutter at bay when we get what we need, love or use.
  4. Give to a Cause – Lots of people are doing this now. Instead of giving a physical gift, a donation is made to a charity in their name instead.

I think most people realize how much consumerism is advertised on our technology. So, let’s combat the onslaught buy not purchasing beyond our necessities, budget and carbon footprint.