Hi, I’m Jill, your nonjudgmental, compassionate organizing expert.
I live and work in Madison, Wisconsin, where I help clients organize their homes.
With 18 years in business, I’ve developed proven systems and methods that make clients feel supported, encouraged, and empowered while we work together.
I love what I do, and I want you to enjoy the process of decluttering, organizing, and paring down. I’m here to help, with zero judgment and an open heart.
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Control the clutter (and have fun too!)
You’ve set organizing goals but don’t know how or where to start
You’ve bought organizing bins and don’t know what to do next
Your things need a home or need to go and you struggle with decisions
You get frustrated when you’re trying to find an important document in your paperwork piles
You’re motivated and ready to be organized, you just need some direction and accountability...
Then you’re ready to get down to work with me.
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You aren’t the only one with too much stuff and too little space. Here’s a solution to regaining control. If you can’t shut the closet or cabinet door, then remove some items until it all fits and the door closes. Look for things you don’t use or don’t like. Do the same when a drawer…Read More
Let’s talk about NOT “shoulding” on yourself. I’ll share some examples. * I should keep this because I spent $$ on it. This is a sunk cost. We buy things to use and enjoy and then pass them along if they no longer serve us. * I should save this awful piece of art my…Read More
I stink at choosing gifts because I agonize over each gift, buy it, return it and cross my fingers they like it. Then I wised up and decided to stop buying stuff for the sake of buying stuff. It didn’t feel aligned with who I am (the Queen of decluttering). I wanted to be more…Read More