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I've been asked if I was born organized . . . or was it something I learned over time?

There's no simple answer, but my best guess is . . . both. I have early memories of organizing stacks of packaged soap underneath my grandmother's bathroom vanity. She had a ton of tiny soaps and every time I visited I would pull them all out and organize them by size. Then I would reorganize them by color. Then I would reorganize by shape. Or maybe by the name of the hotel on the front. It was endless fun, and my grandmother never complained about the temporary mess or made me stop. I was in heaven! As I got older I moved many times and have few mementos from my own childhood. These transitions taught me that “things” are not important in the grand scheme of life. People are. Experiences are.


As an adult, I served as a project manager for nearly two decades. With a focus on personalized service and customer satisfaction I’m always striving to meet and exceed my clients’ high standards and expectations. My educational background includes a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and a Bachelor’s Degree in Natural Resources & Environment Studies. I participate in ongoing education locally and online through the National Association of Productivity & Organizing Professionals (NAPO). I believe accredited education shows my level of commitment to clients, that I adhere to a Code of Ethics, and that I take client projects very seriously. I am a Certified Professional Organizer® (one of approximately 400 in the entire world!) and currently have Specialist Certificates in Essentials of Organizing, Residential Organizing, Life Transitions, Household Management, and also Workplace Productivity.


Other than spending time with family and friends, I love exploring my adopted state of Wisconsin. Oh, and dark chocolate with sea salt!

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