Invite Eliza to speak to your group about simplifying your space and your life! She engages a group with experience, enthusiasm, and plenty of humor. Topics include but are not limited to:
- Simplify 101: It’s not just about getting organized.
- Minimalism: It’s not about deprivation
- The link between physical clutter and heart/body/mind/life clutter
- Getting and staying organized in any space (hot topics include closets and paperwork).
Our rate for a 30-60 minute talk is $150. We accept Venmo payments, cash or checks made out to Simplicana, LLC. We do ask for a $75 non-refundable deposit in advance that can be paid online or via Venmo.
“I love Eliza’s no-nonsense but humorous decluttering talks…the kind where I think she is speaking directly (and only) to ME and my clutter, and then realizing others are nodding their heads too. She’s inspired me, with a gentle nudge, to continue to declutter. I still have her voice in my head when I look into my closet, kitchen drawers and other clutter-magnet areas!”
Mona Raglow, Queen of Implementation and mother of the monaplanner©
“Eliza’s presentations have everything going for them; on-point content, universal tips/tricks to get organized and the perfect combination of fun, goofy and professional. She keeps the audience engaged and leaves them inspired to apply what she’s taught. I always leave her presentations energized and wanting to learn more. And oh yeah…she raps!”
Robyn Stevens, President of Robyn Stevens Feng Shui
“I have had to chance to see Eliza talk about organizing and decluttering a couple times now and am amazed with the passion and knowledge in which she speaks. I have never not managed to not leave with a new idea or technique to try!”
Mike Deathe, Public Speaker and Owner of K.I.S.S. Dog Training
“Eliza has a way of inspiring a group, not just providing them with tips on how to organize one’s life. Her mix of humor and practicality had the audience feeling confident about making changes. She took the scary and uncomfortable out of getting our sh*t together!“
Robin Westphal, Director, Livingston County Library