My diverse background enables me to help clients achieve their organizational goals. I have been organizing since age five, when I sorted my crayons by color and label! I have taught gymnastics and music lessons, counseled young woman at my church, and spent hundreds of hours researching nutrition and the gluten-free diet. These varied experiences assist me in creating systems that reflect my clients’ styles and needs.
I graduated from Portland State University with a Bachelor of Music and educator’s license. While teaching band and choir in Klamath Falls and Astoria, I finished my Master of Education degree. I also completed the Organizing Academy in 2005, a three-day comprehensive training program that equips professional organizers with business and organizing skills.
Being gluten-intolerant, I understand how living with food sensitivities can be difficult. I have also learned that taking time to prepare and enjoy healthy meals with family and friends improves quality of life. Along with my business, I enjoy singing, hiking, blogging, and cooking gluten-free meals with my husband, Jim.