Being disorganized caused school and work failures, made me disappointed in myself, and held me back time and time again. The tipping point came when I was home with my toddler surrounded by diapers, toys, and endless laundry. With hands balled into fists, my shoulders so tight they had crept up near my ears, and a lump at the back of my throat that was only going to disappear with crying or yelling, I was so tired of living this way. My home was causing anxiety.
I spent the next two years creating a method that would make space for the messy, creative, passionate busy person that so many of us are. Who knew that would turn into starting a professional organizing business in 2010, being named one of the best home organizers in Austin for the last five years running, and being hired to train professional organizers worldwide?!?
It turns out that not being naturally organized is a great gift. I know exactly how my clients feel and what they’re struggling with, so I can help them create solutions for who they really are and systems they can maintain so that they get (and stay) organized. I can help you do that too.