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  • Modular Closets Feature
    Meet Jill Moore, founder and owner of Organized Jill.  Jill is a certified Professional Home Organizer in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Together with her team, she creates systems in her clients’ homes based on their needs that are functional, manageable, and sustainable for their lifestyles. She transforms their homes, decluttering, categorizing, organizing, and styling her clients’ spaces Read More
  • A House is like a Garden
    With the spring planting season soon upon us, you’ve no doubt spent some time outside preparing your flower beds and gardens: removing leaves, clearing out fallen branches, and pulling weeds. But just as our plants need an ordered space to thrive, so too do we as people need an organized home. After all, a house Read More
  • Professional Level Decluttering
    Have you ever wondered about professional level decluttering? Do you ever wonder what if a Professional Home Organizer, like myself, showed up at your house right now there’s a handful of things they’d immediately throw out without a second thought. Interested in what those things are? Keep reading! Item #1: Flimsy Kitchen Utensils You know what Read More
  • The Elephant in the Room
    I would like to discuss a very hot topic, the metaphorical elephant in the room, that has been circulating the internet & the  Professional Organizing world with all kinds of comments, likes, & criticisms; I am referring to the latest Kardashian pantry that is #pantrygoals for some people and #cringe for others. If you haven’t Read More
  • Pantry Happiness
    Sweet sunshine and pantry happiness! This week was such a fun week- I got to break out my drill, TWICE, to install new pantries for two awesome families! Pantries come in all shapes, styles, and sizes; but some things are similar- including my favorite pantry storage enhancements.  Pantry storage containers are all the rage on Read More
  • A Good Time to Declutter
    Do you ever just feel it in your bones… it’s a good time to declutter. This past weekend was an unusual weekend… It was the first time in a very long time that I was not working on Sunday. And what will I be doing on this day off, you might wonder. Perhaps sleeping late, Read More
  • The Ketchup Drawer
    This week, it is time for a kitchen intervention. I would like to talk about kitchen drawers and a phenomenon that I see in 98% of homes that we organize. And that is the ketchup drawer. An entire drawer in kitchens that people across the Triad (and elsewhere, too, I suppose) have decided to dedicate Read More
  • Getting the Band Together
    Assembling a Professional Home Organization team is a lot like getting the band together. Everyone’s instrument has to be in tune with each other for successful outcomes for our clients. We have to work together in perfect harmony to stay on task and flow through our organization sessions. I want to shine a light on Read More
  • Back To School Organization
    It sometimes can seem that as soon as that last bell rings in June, it’s already time for back to school organization. Before you know it, you will be bombarded with all the new supply lists from teachers, and faced with the tasks of preparing your children’s rooms for the back to school shuffle. Summer Read More
  • The Land of Long Lost Leftovers
    Is your fridge the land of long lost leftovers? Does food often get shoved to the back and forgotten about? If so, this post is for you. If there is one thing that has been sweeping the social media feeds, it is videos of people meticulously organizing their refrigerators, served fresh with a side of Read More
  • How to Declutter your Home in 30 Days
    This week I am going to share with you the one thing that I know you’ve all been waiting for, direct from your favorite Home Organizer: How to Declutter your Home in 30 days.  Before You Start: Decluttering an entire house can easily feel overwhelming, but with a few considerations you can combat overwhelm and Read More