Heywood Park Collective was created to share methods, insights, techniques, guidance and elbow grease with others faced with a life filled to capacity - and too much stuff! 

“Tidying ought to be the act of restoring balance between people, their possessions and the house they live in”.
Marie Kondo
 

"Growing up in a military family, I know what it means to relocate often.  As careers brought more moving in adult life with children, the stress that life's "stuff" can create caused me to pause and find a better way. Building my business as a professional organizer, I draw upon life experiences including success as an entrepreneur, a human resources professional, and my college education in Social Work.

My approach is facilitative, transparent, genuine and joyful.  I love this work and truly enjoy guiding others through the steps to sparking more joy!

Attaining Silver Certification as an official KonMari Method (TM) consultant has given me the tools and experience to help others process the "letting go."  The deeper understanding of the joy a clutter free life can bring comes with patience and intention. Grateful for the opportunity to help others!"

  Tricia Fidler, Heywood Park Collective

Tricia Fidler, Heywood Park Collective

 
  Sparking Joy at the KonMari Consultant Training Seminar - August 2016

Sparking Joy at the KonMari Consultant Training Seminar - August 2016

 “With well over 150 tidying sessions completed, serving clients experiencing varied life transitions, its so gratifying to reach Silver Level KonMari Certified.”  —Tricia Fidler, Heywood Park Collective, KonMari Consultant. August 2018.

“With well over 150 tidying sessions completed, serving clients experiencing varied life transitions, its so gratifying to reach Silver Level KonMari Certified.”

—Tricia Fidler, Heywood Park Collective, KonMari Consultant. August 2018.

The organize the world movement has begun.

 
Keep only those things that speak to your heart. Then take the plunge and discard all the rest.
— Marie Kondo

Based on the groundbreaking bestseller "The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up" by Marie Kondo, the KonMari method of organizing has blossomed into a worldwide festival to clear our clutter.  Living simpler lives, with fewer belongings, choosing what we wear, read, eat from, relax with and store for posterity is trending!  Organizing or "tidying", based on an individual perspective of what brings us each joy, is the founding principle of this method.  

The message is resonating on a deep level.  Here's why.  It is personal, not prescriptive.  Our hearts tell us what to keep. There are traditional home organizers who approach a space by focusing on storage (designing, purchasing, adding) or set decision grids assigning numbers or analytical tools at the outset.  Where this can succeed for a time, KonMari organizing follows a process of organizing by category (not by location or where the item is used) at the start. It has exponential possibilities once you master one category in your space, the benefits compound as you perfect your individual "joycheck". That is the "life changing" aspect.  The "magic" comes in when this paradigm impacts how you purchase, continue to declutter, and feel lighter and more intentional - allowing you to enjoy spending time doing the things you love with the people you love. 

 

 
 Marie Kondo, author of "The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up" and founder of the KonMari TM method.  To learn more about Marie Kondo and the Organize The World movement please visit www.konmari.com.

Marie Kondo, author of "The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up" and founder of the KonMari TM method.  To learn more about Marie Kondo and the Organize The World movement please visit www.konmari.com.

As a graduate of the KonMari Consultant Certification training seminar, we join a network of "tidying" consultants that continues to grow to help clients move to a clutter free life. This community shares skills to improve our level of service to clients.

When you finish putting your house in order, your life will change dramatically”.
— Marie Kondo
 Using the KonMari "vertical" fold, clients see clearly and can choose easily, the clothing in drawers. Uses space much more efficiently, too.  Having a system like this makes mornings effortless. 

Using the KonMari "vertical" fold, clients see clearly and can choose easily, the clothing in drawers. Uses space much more efficiently, too.

Having a system like this makes mornings effortless.