Are you ready to get unstuck?
Do you want to pare down, get organized, and take back control of your home but you just don't know where to start? As long as I can remember, I've enjoyed helping people who feel overwhelmed by their possessions and surroundings create an organized space that suits them. You deserve to have a home that feels like it fits you!
As a Certified Professional Organizer®, I help my clients sort through their things, determine what they really value and want to keep, and find simple, creative ways to store everything neatly so they can maintain it with ease. (See below to read more about the CPO designation.)
My eclectic background -- B.A. from Yale University in Art History, Assistant Buyer of Bras and Shapewear (aka girdles) at Filene's, milliner (hat maker) and owner of shoe and hat store Head Over Heels in New Hampshire, stay-at-home mom of two girls, and wife to my great artist/professor husband (See, that art history degree came in handy after all.) — makes me able to organize all different kinds of homes and situations. I've juggled lots of different things in my life, so I get that you're struggling with things too!
I look forward to helping you take back a sense of control over your space. Together, we will organize your home for the life you want.
Want to learn how I can help you get organized?
What is a Certified Professional Organizer® (CPO) and why should I hire one?
The CPO designation is the ONLY independent board certification in the organizing industry. A CPO has earned this credential by proving they embody the founding principles, have the requisite experience (at least 1,500 hours), adhere to the BCPO Code of Ethics, and comprehend the entire body of knowledge required to pass the Board of Certification for Professional Organizers® (BCPO®) examination. To become a CPO, an organizer must demonstrate a minimum of 1,500 hours of skill-transferring work with clients. In hiring a CPO, you can be assured that you are hiring a professional organizer dedicated to best practices and continuing education and who has attained the highest level of certification.