Jessica LitmanProfessional Organizer | Writer
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Welcome to The Organized Mama!
My name is Jessica. I am a wife to an amazing husband, mother to two kiddos & a fur-baby, writer, organizing coach/professional organizer, wanna-be decorator, exclamation-mark enthusiast, and lover of creativity. I am also the founder of The Organized Mama; a professional organizing firm and blog that focuses on teaching families how to lead neat and calmer lives, one drawer at a time.
A Little About Me
Born and raised in Minnesota, Indiana Hoosier at heart, and calling Chicago home, you could say I am a 100% a Midwest girl! In my previous life, I was an elementary teacher turned special education teacher turned director of special education. I retired from teaching when my son was born, which led to me organizing during nap time. As I was organizing and decorating our home, I decided to start sharing my tips through this blog. Little did I know that this blog would turn into a full-blown professional organizing firm that has worked with countless clients around the North Shore of Chicago!!
Organization have always been a form of therapy for me. Keeping order has helped me through some rather difficult situations that have happened in my life. Whenever I am feeling sad or stressed, I always make time to organize or redecorate a space in our home. I feel much lighter after a good organizing session, or a total room transformation! For more on my organizing story, read this post!
The Organized Mama was created as an outlet for myself to share my organizing, decorating, and DIY projects. Now it has grown into helping others achieve an organized home with tips, tricks and tutorials!
A Little About the Organized Mama
At The Organized Mama, I share tips, tricks, and tutorials on organizing, along with supporting families lead an organized life! We do this both by helping in-home clients and through blog posts on organizing topics.
As a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (aka NAPO), I have learned techniques for ways to break down how to organize spaces in your home and life based on new information from industry-leading experts. The Organized Mama team works with families or individuals to create organizing systems that work for them. We are not a “one-size-fits-all” organizing firm. We develop ways to organize your family based on your needs. Plus, we create beautiful and functional labels for all aspects of your home! For more on in-home organizing, please email Jessica at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On The Organized Mama blog, our goal is to inspire you to get your home and life organized. We share tips, tricks, and tutorials that you can follow. Plus, I love using printables to get things organized, so you will most definitely find tons of printables as well. To find out more about getting your home and life organized, here is a great place to get you started!
Home decor projects are an easy way for me to branch outside my comfort zone, while still keeping things creative. I have learned a ton of tips on how to decorate your home to make it feel cozy while still living minimal. I do this by creating a modern farmhouse vibe with minimal decor. I find this works to keep things cozy in our home. For more on home decor projects I love, here is a great place to start!
Ever wonder how to pull all the tips and tricks together from The Organized Mama into practice for your own home? Well, I have printables, labels, and more in The Organized Mama store! Head over to check it out!
The best way to stay connected on all things The Organized Mama, is through our free email newsletter, which gives you access to all my organizing and crafting tutorials!
You can also find me on Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook, and YouTube where I share lots of fun tips, thoughts, and a daily dose of inspiration. (I’m just hanging out @OrganizedMamas for all my handles.)
And, I always love to hear from you, so never hesitate to say hi! Email me at email@example.com.
“Clutter Is Nothing More Than Postponed Decisions.”
~ Barbara Hemphill