Amber Davis

My house, business and life are stressing me out! The endless piles of laundry, filing, kid’s school papers and overall life in general are piling up around me! I claim to be an organized person but looking around my office clearly I am NOT!

And so it begins! New Year’s weight loss resolutions, efforts to be healthy, promises to be a better person and try harder! Finally, the endless opportunities to GET ORGANIZED in the New Year!!

Many of us work to help support the family. Trying to get everything done seems impossible! Studies show a dirty, disorganized house can cause health issues from bacteria and mold! Endless clutter can also cause injuries and the stress of a messy home can really weigh on you.

It’s time to bring calm, order and control to your life! Not just pinning it on Pinterest but actually doing it!!

Let’s get started together!

  • 20 minutes of housework can help you mentally and physically! Pick a spot and get started! Your spirits will be lifted and stress level will lower!
  • Find a ‘weird’ spot and clean one daily….you know the top of the fridge, front of the washing machine, top of the cabinets, vents in the bathrooms! You get the idea!d
  • Make a plan that works for your family!
  • Ask for help from your family! They live there too!

Need help? I am offering a FREE consultation! E-mail me a picture of your problem area and let me offer solutions ideas!

Blessings to you in the New Year and good luck!

Amber Davis is a 17 year direct sales associate with The Lonagberger Co. and currently director for at Thirty One Gifts.  Holding a degree in business administration and marketing, she previously worked in the business industry. After the birth of her second child; family took priority over work and she left her full time position. Now a mother of four, she believes firmly in direct Sales and the endless opportunity it provides! “I can’t imagine ever returning to a traditional 9-5 job,” she said. She firmly believes in doing what works for your family. She helps her husband on the family farm and writes her own blog: Adventures in Farm Life. This, she said, is a work in progress and mostly serves to share family photos. In her free time she loves to travel and enjoys volunteering.