"I was skeptical, actually cynical--inside scoffing at the whole thing. Really? What could some seemingly obsessive-compulsive Japanese woman teach me about anything? And, who cared about her perfectly folded bras or my gym clothes. But, as a favor to my son, Noah, I took a class in Kondoism taught by the Jasmine. What I learned was that tidiness and order are hugely influential on your state of mind--your peace and composure. And, that is what you get from Kondoism--a sense of peace and composure in your life, a sense of order among your things. The goal is get from your things the same sense of order as in a Japanese rock garden--not one pebble too many and everything is where it "belongs." That said, how do you get there? Hire Jasmine--kind, patient, funny, flexible. She made it a pleasure to confront chaos over three sessions...and, she followed-up by checking on my remaining progress. The lesson is worth it, and so is the teacher. I am not sure anyone else could do as well as she at making me receptive to something that was so good for me and keeps getting better."
~ Gary Silverman
"Jasmine Milligan has a notable gift in helping one understand their relationship to the objects they possess. Through my Tidying process with her, as I let go of objects from my past, I easily moved forward with my life."
~ Anthony Arevalo
"When Jasmine had me write my intention of why and what I wanted from tidying, well I knew it was a real thing.
My intention was simple. I wanted to clear out the old and create new space for the new, while letting someone else benefit from those things that at one point brought me joy. I'm not going to lie, it was really hard at times. What I realized through this process, those "pieces" of my life hold memories of things I simply didn't want to have to look at. Jasmine showed me a way to trust the process and honor myself in a way I hadn't thought of before. She was amazing, kind, considerate yet strong in her intention of helping me do what I hadn't been able to do on my own. I really appreciate your talents."
~ Renie Anderson