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 NLOLogo

Being organized has always come pretty natural to me, but when I was working a full-time job, taking care of two babies and my husband was gone a lot for work, my life got chaotic.  When the company I was working for restructured, and I was permanently laid-off from my job, I spent the first few months of my unemployment cleaning and organizing every square inch of my home, garage, and vehicles.  All of the things I knew I had gotten behind on in the last year.  And then it hit me…forget the job search… how many people are in the same situation that I was? I bet a lot of people!  I felt so much better after I got things organized again.  I could make other people feel the same way.  I could  help relieve their stress and make them feel like they could enjoy their free time again.  I could change peoples lives by helping them get organized!

My Professional Organizing business soon developed into much more. I have expanded into the residential and commercial cleaning business as well.  I have experienced staff  that are able to meet your cleaning needs. Besides organizing and cleaning I have done trash-outs, personal concierge services, event planning and even some design work.  Do you need custom painting for that newly cleaned and organized room? I can do that too!

I really enjoy what I do and I think that it is wonderful that I can help so many people, while doing what I love!

Member of  National Association of Professional Organizers.
Member of the Crivitz Business Association.
Member of the Crivitz Area Woman's Club.

 

  • NAPO Code of Ethics

    This Code of Ethics is a set of principles to provide guidelines in our professional conduct with our clients, colleagues, and community. As a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers, I pledge to exercise judgment, self-restraint, and conscience in my conduct in order to establish and maintain public confidence in the integrity of NAPO members and to preserve and encourage fair and equitable practices among all who are engaged in the profession of organizing.
    ( To learn more about NAPO code of ethics click here!)