1. Meet Your Liberator: Jessica Haney

    During the 20 years Jessica Haney worked as a nanny, she saw the ins and outs of many busy family homes. Now she’s taking the best organizing tips she learned along the way and putting her talent to work as a liberator at Major Organizers. Working with children can be equally rewarding and exhausting. How did you know that professional organizing would be a great career fit for you after two dec…Read More

  2. Resolution #1: Get Organized

    Resolution #1: Get Organized With each new year comes a sense of a fresh start. As we pack away the holiday decorations, we see our home—and all its flaws—in a new light. This year, resolve to take charge of your space and all its contents and finally live the organized life you crave. Picture It What’s the first step in the process of getting organized? Having a clear vision of what an orga…Read More

  3. Meet Your Liberator: Melissa Smith

    What do the retail and hospitality industries have to do with keeping your home in order? A lot, if you’re Melissa Smith. She’s taking skills she honed in the corporate sector and putting them to work to help families keep their stuff—and their lives—in tip-top shape. In your professional life, you’ve had a lot of experience in the corporate world. What inspired you to take a leap into o…Read More

  4. Do’s and Don’ts for Winning at the Holidays

    Welcome to the thick of the holiday season—a time we look forward to and dread in equal measure. Traditions and time with family and friends bring joy, but overloaded schedules and pressures of shopping and hosting can leave us stressed out. Here are some do’s and don’ts to help you navigate common holiday stressors and come out on top. Holiday Shopping THE CHALLENGE: You want to shower your…Read More

  5. Meet Your Liberator: Stacey Conley

    Many families are stuck between a rock and a hard place when it comes to getting their homes and lives organized. Keeping too many things is overwhelming, but the idea of parting with possessions isn’t any better. Enter Stacey Conley, a geology-loving organizing pro who’s on a mission to help families get liberated from what’s weighing them down. You have a bachelor’s degree in geology. Ho…Read More

  6. Be Grateful for Your Clutter!

    Piles of paper on the counter, overflowing closets and mountains of dirty laundry can be overwhelming, but if you look at them through a fresh perspective, they also can be reminders of the abundance of blessings you have in your life. For example, those papers may be work-related, which means you can feel grateful to have a job. Those closets full of odds and ends mean you have had money availabl…Read More

  7. Meet Your Liberator: Deanna Beaver

    Deanna Beaver was a busy stay-at-home mom when she decided to go back to work. She knew she had a knack for helping others get their things in order. When she found out about Major Organizers’ mission to help restore order to households without passing judgement, a new career was born. You worked as a seminar coordinator before you became a mom. Was it hard to take the leap and become a professi…Read More

  8. Conquer Holiday Décor Clutter!

    The air is crisp, the leaves are turning vibrant shades of red and gold and the days are getting shorter. For many of us, these signs mean one thing: It’s time to decorate for the holidays! The anticipation, though, can turn to dread when you open the closet or attic door and are buried in an avalanche of decorative pumpkins, skeletons, wreathes, garland and various other festive ornaments. Befo…Read More

  9. Incorporating Furniture into Home Organizing

    How many times have you looked around at the clutter in your living room, bedroom, or kitchen and wondered how it all got there? If you’ve found yourself in this position before, you’ve probably also wished there was an easy and beautiful way to keep your space organized without sacrificing the overall style of the room. You might be surprised to learn that there are many items of furniture th…Read More

  10. Meet Your Liberator: Suzanne Rippel

    Suzanne Rippel was born to organize. She has a degree in human ecology and family studies, and she worked for years in medical billing. Now, she’s taking her knowledge of people and their environments—along with her expertise in keeping the details in check—and helping families get their homes and lives in order. With such a varied background, how did you become interested in organizing? I h…Read More