Virtual Organizing

A Brave New World

Virtual Organizing is a cutting edge solution to easily interact with you without having to be physically present. You may have financial, distance or time constraints that prohibit an in-person session. Virtual Organizing steps in to address these limitations and allows for anyone, anywhere to avail themselves of my organizing services.

How does this work?

My virtual clients and I meet once a week via SKYPE and discuss immediate goals. We make a plan for the up-coming week and discuss scenarios to getting your goals accomplished. All sessions are one hour in length per week.

Does this really work? Let my virtual clients tell you themselves.

"No one is more amazed than I to finally start to have my home back. I never thought that I would have to rely on a professional to weed through the clutter that had overtaken our lives and destroyed our home at its core. And I owe it all to Eileen Koff. It felt sad, yet encouraging taking the steps to hire a professional organizer. I knew from one conversation with Eileen that she and I would work well together and that she could help me conquer my family's disorganization — and we've been working virtually! It's a method I knew nothing about, but it fits in perfectly with my lifestyle (working mom of two) and my finances.

I have never met Eileen, but she is a woman who has had such a profound effect on my family, and our quality time together. In just four 'virtual' sessions, we have attacked the kitchen, uncovering a kitchen table that hadn't been seen in months. It has brought my family together for meals, conversation and precious time we had let slip by.

I look forward to tackling other areas and know that, similar to a diet, this is a lifestyle change for me. I will not go back to an unorganized life. The benefits of what Eileen is teaching me are invaluable and precious. I encourage everyone to enlist her help and expertise. There is no measure to what you can take away from it."

Leslie Donnelly

Services We Offer:

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Virtual Organizing

Home Residence Organizing

Photo Organizing

Becoming a Professional Organizer

Time Management

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Dear Amy-

We are happy to write you about Eileen Koff.

Both of us are musicians and teachers; Dorothea Cook is a violinist who teaches in the Community Music Programs at Stony Brook University, at the Knox School, and has a private violin teaching studio; Peter Winkler is a composer and professor in the music department at Stony Brook.

We live in an old house filled with the residue of many years of family life. We had read many books about organizing, but we really needed the hands-on experience of working with a wise and thoughtful professional to turn our good intentions into reality.

We met Eileen Koff at an open house at Innovative Nutrition, the health store in Setauket, and quickly decided that she was what we had been looking for.

Eileen doesn't do your organizing for you. She is a teacher, and a very good one.

One of her important lessons is that it's not just about organizing things. We are learning from her that to be organized, you have to understand yourself, your values, what you love, and what your true priorities are. Sorting all that out isn't always easy, and it can require some serious soul-searching.

The organizing process involves both tangible and intangible things; it involves time-management as well as decisions about what to throw out, what to keep, and where things go.

Like all good teachers, Eileen can sometimes makes you a bit uncomfortable, as she challenges your old habits and ways of doing things. But as she says, it takes the eyes of a stranger to help you see your surroundings as they truly are.

The transformation of our house will not happen overnight, but Eileen is teaching us skills that we will be using for many years to come. Best,

-- Dorothea Cook and Peter Winkler