Sarah McNeeley Owner SOS SCV

I started this company because I noticed a very real need for not only business owners, but individuals had a need for assistance with one level of organizing or another.

I have found that it’s not always just an issue with clutter.  But more that some people don’t have the time or patience.  Or just can’t wrap their head around a place to get started.

That is why SOS offers to pick up the slack and help keep you organized with all your needs.

I created this company for those who dread the thought of “organizing’, because it is something that I am very passionate about.   Everyone has their niche; this is mine!

Loving what you do is key in accomplishing any task in the best way possible!


After years of working for companies, small businesses, and individuals; restructuring, rebuilding and reorganizing, what I have learned is that everyone’s brain works differently.  What process or system or feng shui works for one person can completely throw off someones else.  There are no ‘Cookie Cutter’ programs. Everyone is an individual and has individual needs.  It’s the American Way to customize anything and everything we can to our specific preference. And honestly, why not, if we have the ability to do so?


“A Professional Organizer can provide ideas, information, structure, solutions and systems which could increase productivity, reduce stress, and lead to more control over time, space and activities.”
— National Association of Professional Organizers

Why Professional Organizers​

When it comes to getting organized, some people tend to get overwhelmed especially when its not quite a “top priority,” just something that has to be done…Some of us simply have a hard time managing our day to day efficiently and effectively enough to accommodate and accomplish everything that needs to get done.
Then there are those who simply just don’t know where to start.  It seems an easier and better use of our time to simply move forward and “figure it out later”.  That’s where we come in.  We specialize in not only the physical organization, but more importantly, the maintenance of the established structure.

Just because the maid comes once a week doesn’t mean the mess is any less than the last time they were there.

Getting organized and maintaining organization is something that a lot of people struggle with, whether personal or professional.
We all have those moments in life where we simply tell ourselves we need to get organized.

What a lot of people don’t even realize is that the disorganization and the clutter and the thought that, “This could be running more efficient,” these weigh on the mind causing that extra stress that no one needs.

“Clutter is not just the stuff on your floor – its anything that stands between you and the life you want to be living.”
– Peter Walsh  

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