MCS Services

I’m so excited to freelance my services to MCS sufferers in the local Seattle and Bellevue areas. For folks too fragrance sensitive to hire a typical house cleaner, personal assistant, or taxi service, I’ve discovered I can help out while minimizing the risk of contaminating your environment. Contact me for more details and let’s talk.

Types of work I do:

Cleaning

Highly experienced in a range of various non-toxic methods, I love to clean without toxic products! Some of my favorite tricks include:

  • Bona ami to scrub out sinks and tubs
  • Miele HEPPA certified vacuum cleaner
  • E-cloths, which use just water to pick up 99.9% of germs and also polish glass beautifully
  • Baking soda and vinegar
  • Lunatec dishclothes for dishes
  • Organic coconut oil soap, with no other ingredients

I can use your supplies or bring my own.

Housekeeping/Organizing

Managing a household requires a very different skill set than mere cleaning. I’m able to notice when something needs doing and do it. If disorganization is driving you crazy, tell me what you want and let me work my magic! I love helping smooth out the wrinkles in your home to make it work better for you.

Personal Assistant

I love to help. Whether it’s fetching coffee or shredding paper or booking an appointment for you, every small task directly supports you achieving your goals. I’m a strong advocate for being nice to yourself so you won’t get any judgment from me for anything you want or need. I can assist both remotely or in person.

Driving

Ever wished you didn’t have to fight Seattle’s ridiculous drivers? I have years of experience driving Seattle traffic and an exemplary driving record to boot. I’m happy to take you wherever you need to go. We can use your car, or I have one seat to spare in my fragrance-free 2004 minivan for an additional fee.

Other

I’m pickier about which clients I take on than I am about what exactly I’m doing for you. If you have something in mind you want my help with and feel we might be a good fit for each other, please don’t hesitate to reach out!

Updated: 10/31/2017