What a difference Carolyn made. We started in the kitchen and moved on to the study. My home office has never looked so tidy and organised. I feel very positive about my new-found space which will benefit my work enormously. Carolyn is friendly, approachable and supportive, and would recommend her to anyone.
— Caroline E, Cardiff.
Our house had been on the market for some months. We contacted Room to Flourish to give us some ideas of how to make the house look more appealing to buyers. Carolyn suggested we put some of our photos away, reorganise the kitchen and generally declutter to make the house look bigger and brighter. We feel that the house looks its best now, and I’m sure we’ll find a buyer soon.
— Lynsey S, Cardiff.
Carolyn provided the impetus clearly needed to help declutter several rooms, with work being carried out sensitively and systematically. Unwanted or unused items were given to charity or discarded, resulting in more space being made available. Those items remaining were arranged in such a way that they were grouped together more logically, thus and more easily available.
A big thank you to Carolyn for a job well done!
— Stuart H, Cardiff.
I have known Carolyn for many years, first as a Personal Assistant and Postgraduate Programme Administrator at Cardiff University and later as a dear friend and confidant.
Carolyn’s new venture – Room to Flourish – is an exciting and innovative enterprise for which she is highly suited. Whilst working at the University, she managed a big office move which involved organising and streamlining paperwork and different systems of working. Carolyn did this in an inclusive manner which ensured that all office colleagues were on board and involved in the process. The essential qualities of listening, confidentiality, guiding, whilst quietly motivating are vital to the spirit and future success of this initiative.
I wish Carolyn all the best in this exciting adventure which I am sure she will approach in a caring and professional manner to help others to build an environment in which they too can flourish.
Dr Delyth H James, October 2016