I am a professional organizer and an active member of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO). Through NAPO, I earned a certificate in residential organizing. In addition to providing professional organizing services through my company, Organized by Jenny, I am also a blogger and published author. My book, “Get Organized: The Busy Mom’s Guide to Organizing Your Household,” is available on Amazon in both paperback and Kindle formats.
I speak from the heart with true dedication for sharing my knowledge with program participants. Participants walk away from my presentations feeling engaged, motivated, and equipped with the resources to set and reach organizational goals.
Previous Speaking Engagements
- Friendship Village, Schaumburg, IL.
- Sedgebrook, Lincolnshire, IL.
- Township High School District 211 Adult Continuing Education, Palatine, IL.
- Schaumburg Business Association, Schaumburg, IL.
- Chicago Chapter, Internationral Assocation of Home Staging Professionals, Elk Grove Village, IL.
- Schaumburg Township District Library, Schaumburg, IL.
- Des Plaines Center, Des Plaines, IL.
- Downers Grove Public Library, Downers Grove, IL.
Phone Number: 615.669.4416
The Top 10 Organizing Tips to be Successful in Business
Good organizing principals helps business owners become more efficient and productive. In this presentation, Jenny shares strategies to help individuals better manage their time, gain control over their paper piles, and create systems to tackle tasks and projects. Individuals walk away with the steps necessary to put an organizing plan into action, resources, and worksheets that are effective tools for implementation.
The Art of Organizing: How to Create a Clutter Free Environment
This program is perfect for those who struggle with maintaining organization in the home and feel that lack of organization is affecting the quality of life. The class will explore the reasons behind why someone is situationally or chronically disorganized as well as touch on the three areas of disorganization: objects, data, and time. Techniques for organizing these three areas will be described in details and take home resources will be provided. Finally, participants will learn the value of “maintenance” in the organizing process and how to overcome procrastination and backsliding.
Eliminating Clutter to Foster Seamless Life Transitions
This program is perfect for someone in a life transition such as moving and/or downsizing. Specific resources will be shared regarding dispersal of household items such as furniture, personal collections, books, and clothing. A section of this class will focus on the moving/downsizing experience for seniors. Moving and downsizing can be overwhelming for everyone involved and the task may seem insurmountable. Come learn a step-by-step process to ease the transition no matter what your stage in life!
Organizing Your Life Legacy
A disorganized estate can put tremendous burden and stress on heirs. If you’ve completed an estate plan, what is the next critical step? Learn strategies to organize, store, and share your estate plan, along with other critical life documents such as financial and healthcare information. Additional information will be shared on protecting your most loved assets and collections while also learning resources and strategies to disperse items in your home that carry less emotional and real value.
Thank you for speaking to our chapter in October. It was extremely informative and we know everyone really enjoyed it. We think you were our best speaker all year!!
Thank you for all your help!!
Latest Blog Posts
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