Let’s just say that as a child, I took more pleasure in re-arranging my bedroom closet than the average kid. Soon enough, I was organizing for other people. Now, as the owner of Nicely Done Organizing, I have made a career out of it.
Equipped with a business degree & masters in social work, I set out to make the world a better place through AmeriCorps VISTA and work at non-profit organizations. I quickly learned the importance of simplified processes and was challenged to make the most of limited resources. Most importantly, this work reinforced my belief that people have the ability to positively impact their own lives and those of others by making small-yet significant- changes.
As a professional organizer, I find it exceptionally rewarding to help clients make adjustments in their thought patterns, daily habits, and physical spaces that result in less chaos and more time to do the things they enjoy. No matter how big or small the project may be, I use organizing strategies that fit well with how you, the client, naturally operates. My clients are from all walks of life, and each of them has a unique set of goals. I thoroughly enjoy using this broad spectrum of experience to help people think, act and be more organized.
I am a Golden Circle member of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals and of its New England chapter. In addition, I am a long-time subscriber to the Institute for Challenging Disorganization.