I never expected to become a professional organizer. The resident slob in a home of incredibly neat people, I wasn’t sure how the organization gene managed to bypass me.
After a 10 year career as a programmer in the male dominated technology field, I decided to find something more meaningful. I spent the next 5 years as a speech and language pathologist in the public school system working with children on the Autism Spectrum, (which helped me become slightly more orderly). Still, it took having a baby and discovering the Marie Kondo (KonMari) method of decluttering for me to FINALLY get my home in order. I decided to leave things that no longer brought me joy (including that “secure” job) in order to be able to raise my son and start my own business.
I am now lucky enough to help people from tween and above to take control of their space and find what truly brings them joy. Knowing how vulnerable it can feel to allow someone into your mess, my non-judgemental demeanor allows my clients to trust me to get them joyfully through the process of creating a peaceful, more organized home.
When I’m not helping people tidy, you can find me dressing like a pirate with my kids, rockin’ out, playing cards with my hubby, creating inspiring wall art and healing others (and myself) using Pranic healing.