I have always been passionate about having organization in my life. As a little girl, my dolls had to be organized just so. Many teenagers require constant reminders to clean their rooms. Not so for me. My drawers, closet and bathroom were carefully and creatively organized. Early on, I realized when I had more organization of my things, I felt less stress and more confident.
As I grew so too did my desire to help others achieve organization in their own lives. Joyously, I became the first phone call for family and friends needing help with moves, closet clean-outs, and other organizing endeavors. Those were opportunities to feed my passion for the organizational process and help my loved ones achieve a little less chaos in their lives. The process, from beginning to end, was also an opportunity to enjoy seeing those around me become visibly more at ease as their spaces became transformed.
I have learned much along the way – organizing a small dorm room at TCU was a different adventure than creating organization amidst the chaos of life at home with my husband and two young sons. Now, I am thrilled to have the opportunity to help others throughout our Dallas/Fort Worth community create a well-organized life.
After all, we all crave the balance an organized life can bring us. For many of us, we simply don’t know where to begin. Maybe you’ve always struggled with organizing yourself, your home or your office. Maybe life has surprised you recently (perhaps a move in home or office, a new baby or need to clean out a childhood home) and you are just needing a little help sorting things out. I would love to help you sort your fort to create artful organization out of your own beautiful mess.