Owner | Lead Organizer
I've been an organizer my entire life! Reflecting back on my childhood, I can remember routinely decluttering my home and the overwhelming satisfaction I received by creating a purposeful and functional home. My mother would often ask me where an item was and knew exactly where to locate it! I've even been told that at just two years old, I would intently clear an entire coffee table of items just to place the items back in an organized manner. I had a unique talent for utilizing space to its maximum potential. I could not have imagined that this enthusiasm for organizing and systems would one day blossom into a career.
As I grew older, I became passionate about helping people. This passion led me to study psychology as an undergrad and pursue a master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. During my master's internship, I began working with a client that was a hoarder. That's when it clicked! I became aware of the undeniable connection between physical space and mental health. Clutter and disorder was more than just an external issue. It ran much deeper and provided more information about a person than I could have imagined.
Fast forward to today, I still enjoy meeting with clients for therapy as that part of my career journey will always have a special place in my heart. But now I place more of my focus on the joy I get from developing systems to create order in all spaces of the home. Whether you're an organized person and just don't have the time or you have no idea where to start with this organizing thing, I'm here to help! My goal is create personalized organizing solutions that work for you so you feel empowered to implement healthier living habits. Every home tells a story. That story may be saturated with grief from loss, permeated with exhaustion from an overburdened parent/partner/busy professional, or just flooded with the busyness and responsibilities of every day life. Whatever it is, let's change that together! It is my hope that these systems not only change the narrative of your home, but change you! When you take charge of your personal living space, it provides a beautiful foundation for your overall quality of life.
Ordered, LLC promises to conduct ourselves in a professional manner- maintaining open communication with you, allowing you as the client to be an active participant as you choose, and to respect you, your space, and the decisions you make throughout the organizing process.
As a wife and mother of two, I understand how the demands of life can place the needs of our homes further down on the to-do list or honestly, not on the list at all! Together we can reclaim your space and create the environment you deserve for a happy YOU! I look forward to partnering with you in this journey toward an ordered space, mind, and life.
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manager and a program director. I was particularly drawn to smaller nonprofits because I was able to build long-term organized systems for program implementation and reporting. When I decided I wanted to focus a career on the daily skills I really enjoyed doing, I realized that organizing and helping people were at the top of my list. Since beginning my career as an organizer, I have felt so enthusiastic and satisfied in my work and I can’t wait to continue it for years to come. I'm excited to work with you!
Organizing has always been a big part of my life in both my personal and professional time. I see organizing as a way to feel empowered and find peace in your environment which is key for living a confident lifestyle. I have always prioritized being organized because it makes me feel very prepared and calm knowing that, regardless of what else is happening in my life, I can breathe and feel relaxed in my home.
I also love to use my organizing skills as a gift to others. I remember as a teenager, one of the things I would do for my mom on Mother's Day or her birthday was to create a giant organizing to-do lists for myself where I decluttered the house and tidied all of our spaces. The feeling of relief I saw in her made me feel so happy and I realized that that kind of work was something that I could do to help others.
I have always had a passion for improving the world around me so in college, I obtained a B.S. in Sustainable Development where I studied ways to design functional, sustainable systems for all. In my professional career before organizing, I worked for several nonprofits as a farmers market
I realized at a young age that I was extraordinary, and I've always been capable of many things. I learned that I had many talents to share with the world. Young people are often pressured by society to take a traditional path in life, such as attending college and settling for a single lifelong career, but I've always known that path wasn't for me. Entrepreneurship was introduced to me a few years after I graduated high school, and it was one of the best things that ever happened to me. I felt relieved, and now, more than ever, I was able to express myself. I’ve never felt limited in my work because of the opportunity to use multiple talents. After broadening my knowledge of entrepreneurship, I began to experiment, eventually launching my own Vegan baking company and a partnership cleaning business.
After getting into the business, I noticed that cleaning was very therapeutic, so I started looking into other potential opportunities for people like me. That's when I came across professional organizing. Discovering professional organizing felt like a nostalgic moment, instantly transporting me back to my childhood. As a child, I was always very neat for my age, which my mother admired in comparison to my other six siblings. As I approached adolescence, that trait
remained as living with so many people under one roof was a recipe for disaster. I was determined to ensure that everyone had an organized space so that we could all think clearly and reduce the overwhelm caused by clutter. I was always the one who unintentionally kept things clean, tidy, and decluttered, and I quickly began to find comfort in organizing spaces and staying clutter-free.
Although I knew entrepreneurship was the best path for me, I've always found comfort in caring for and helping others. Organizing has always come naturally to me, and I am excited to see what the future holds as I pursue this profession. I’m looking forward to collaborating with you!
Let's be honest... for some, it just comes naturally, while others may struggle. For those who struggle, just the thought of starting to sort through items and declutter a space or multiple spaces in your home can be overwhelming. But it doesn't have to be stressful. The space may have become so cluttered over months or years that it simply becomes the norm. But it doesn't have to stay that way!
Home organization does not mean that your home has to look staged and ready to sell. To me, it simply means assigning everything a home and ensuring that each item returns to its home when it's finished being used. It's about creating a system that makes it easier for you to maintain the Organizing your home allows you to be in charge of your space and belongings, instead of them being in charge of you. When you are able to take inventory of what you have and become more intentional in the ways you store and house your items, you are able to find what you need when you need it, save time, space, and lots of frustration.
Maintaining a clutter-free space is all about creating an organized system that works for you to keep your belongings in place. Disorganization can cause stress and anxiety, which negatively affects other areas of your life. I'd love to help you restore peace and create joy not only in your personal living space, but in your life.