Welcome! Since you landed on this page, chances are good you’re ready to transform your life and make it what you have always wanted it to be.

Using my 4-step energy system alignment that stems from 4 years of professional organizing,  life coaching and working with head and heart, i will help you leap from a life of chaos to control!
This is a dynamic mix of life coaching,  organizing,  time management, and mindfulness, where we become true partners and I make it fun to be yourself.
So, whether you’re setting out to get organized for the first time or you just need to change the way you do things, this time it will be different.

How do you know if you need Mindful Order? Can you relate to any of these situations?

Clutter is robbing you of time…

  • clockStuffed closets mean too much time figuring out what to wear…
  • Disorganized kitchen means meals take too long to prepare…
  • Do you waste time looking for things you know you have?
  • Did you realize the average person spends one year looking for lost items?
  • Is your time consumed maintaining all your stuff?
  • Do you spend your time the way you want to, or the way you have to?

Clutter creates inefficiency. Being late and being disorganized tend to go hand-in-hand. If you’re rushing to find things like misplaced car keys or a matching pair of shoes, then this can cause you to get a late start on the day. If you have to clear off the kitchen counter before you can begin cooking, making dinner takes more time. Likewise, if you have to work around piles of clutter on tables, bookcases or floors every time you clean—cleaning takes more time. But, when you clear the clutter and get organized, you’ll be able to get these unpleasant tasks done faster and easier. Which means you will… Have more time to do things you love to do.


Save Time: When you get organized, you’ll save time, and a whole lot of it at that! If you currently spend time looking for misplaced items, or rifling through stacks of paper looking for the electric bill (that was due yesterday!) then you can see firsthand how being disorganized costs you time. Because of this, every step you take in the direction of more order will have a pay off in time saved going forward!

While getting organized requires an investment of time, you’ll get this time back many times over. This means you’ll have time to do things you enjoy more…like a favorite hobby, or spending time with friends.

When your home is organized, it’s easier to get ready and be on time to any place you need to be.

Be more spontaneous: I know what you’re thinking—won’t being more organized take away my spontaneity? If the organized people you know are overly rigid, then it’s natural to feel this way. But…when you’re organized, you actually have more wiggle room to get things done. This means you can actually be more spontaneous, because things aren’t going to fall apart if you veer off your original plan for a while.

For example, if you typically stay caught up with laundry, then you don’t have to worry about delaying laundry for a day and instead join a friend for an afternoon out. You have plenty of clean clothes to choose from the next morning, even if you don’t do laundry today.

Clutter is robbing your relationships:…

  • Feeling like you can never invite anybody over because “the place is such a mess”…
  • Being impatient with a spouse or children because of all the stress…
  • Does disorganization or time management struggles keep you from spending quality time with your family?
  • Are you too embarrassed by the mess in your home to invite anyone over?

Disorganization can be very isolating. If you’re embarrassed about how your home looks, you may avoid having people over. Likewise, if you feel guilty about your clutter, you may find it hard to go out and do fun things, because you feel you should be home organizing.

Clutter isn’t pretty. (There’s just no way to sugar coat it!) But, when you declutter and organize your home, you’ll be much happier with how your home looks—even if it isn’t perfect. In time, you may actually fall back in love with your home again.


Get more organized, so you’ll be free to socialize more. When friends drop by unexpectedly, you’ll be happy to welcome them in, and when you get invitations to go out, you’ll feel able to accept the invite guilt-free.

Sometimes it’s harder to find the motivation to do something for ourselves, and easier to do it for someone else.

So if none of these other ideas are compelling to you, then consider if it’s more compelling to get organized for others. Your efforts and the new skills you learn by getting organized can help others. You’ll be more positive. You’ll be a good role model. And, if your clutter is currently bothering your spouse or someone else you live with, that stress and strain will be removed from your relationship.

Clutter is robbing you of health…


  • Trying to clean around all the disorganization is hard and harmful dust builds up…
  • Being overwhelmed drains your energy leaving you in an unhealthy state of exhaustion…
  • Does the disorganization in your life rob you of your joy and peace of mind
  • Does your clutter cause you stress?
  • Did you know that 80% of our medical expenditures are stress related (Center for Disease Control and Prevention)?


Eliminate Stress: Let’s face it, clutter and disorder creates a tremendous amount of stress. It’s stressful to worry about what you’re forgetting to do, or to be unable to do something because you can’t find the things you need to get the job done. As the clutter builds, so does your stress. But the good news is that this works in reverse, too. Every step you take to reign in control over your clutter relieves stress until ultimately you will eliminate clutter-induced stress altogether.

Clutter drains our energy. If you don’t believe me, walk into the most cluttered room in your home and simply take note of how you feel. Is it harder to breath? Do you feel stressed or anxious? Then, think about the last time you decluttered and organized. Remember that energized feeling? When you clear the clutter your home will energize you, which means you will have more energy and feel better.

Be healthier: When you’re organized is it’s easier to make healthy choices. You’ll have more time to exercise and plan (and cook) healthy meals. This can mean fewer last minute trips through the drive through, or calls for carry out, because there’s no time, energy or food to eat in!

Clutter is robbing you of money:

Money – Do you incur late fees for bills because you can’t find them? Do you spend money repurchasing items you know you have, but can’t locate? Do you spend money to rent a storage space because you have too much stuff and not enough space in your home to keep it all? Have you missed out on rebates or opportunities to save because you couldn’t find the receipt or coupon? Do you spend money eating out because your kitchen is a mess or you don’t have time to shop for groceries?


Save Money: Getting organized can also help you save money. If you pay late fees or buy duplicate items because you can’t find the one(s) you already have, then you’ll see a quick payoff by getting more organized. Being organized can also help you save money if you use your newly honed organizational skills to use coupons or take advantage of other money saving deals.

Clutter is robbing you of being successful:

  • Have you been passed up for a promotion because you are disorganized?
  • Have you missed important deadlines or attended meetings unprepared?
  • Did you know that, on average, office workers lose 40% of their workday due to lack of organizing skills (Wall Street Journal Report)?
  • Clutter is also very distracting. Your piles taunt you with unfinished tasks, and worries over what isn’t getting done. When the clutter is gone, you’ll find it easier to stay focused on the important tasks and people in your life.
  • Feel more confident.

Clutter erodes our confidence. You may worry that someone will make their way into that “one room” or find out that you don’t really have it all together the way people think you do. When you get more organized, you’ll alleviate those fears. You’ll gain confidence and feel great about your home and most of all yourself.

Why we create clutter is directly related to what our minds are thinking, how stressed we are, and what is most important to us in our lives. This is where I can help as a Professional Organizer and Life Coach.

Your mental and physical spaces are both connected at all times.


Clear up clutter in your space to gain clarity on internal issues and goals and change habits and beliefs that are not supporting your ideal life. For long lasting change, the work must happen from the inside out, starting with aligning your space with your mind.