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The Accidental Home Organizer

Life took me on a bee-line path that ultimately led to organizing. After a career in the financial industry, I worked as a nanny (long story!) That was one of the most rewarding times than any other for me. I was able to see first-hand the difference I was making in the daily lives of the families I supported. 

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Jinnette Smith Jackson
Your Home Organizer

Before I became one myself, I had a unique perspective of just how hectic the lives of moms can be on a daily basis. However, I was not only able to support them when they needed it most, i got to learn along-side them all at the same time.

Without even realizing it, I had become an "in-house" professional home organizer because I naturally wanted to make the daily routines of the home flow more smoothly. I would even enlist the help of the housekeepers, while the families were on vacation, and we'd organize the whole home. Imagine their faces and appreciation when they returned home. Think HGTV Dream Home reveals!

"I love it when you come to organize, it's so much easier to clean afterwards"
A.G. | HOUSEKEEPER | MEMORIAL VILLAGE

Despite not realizing how I'd reinvented myself, what I knew for sure, was that once the homes were organized, parents were always grateful. But above all, less stressed. This in turn made my days so much better and playtime and daily routines more fun. In addition, it made the housekeepers' jobs a lot easier. Ask the housekeepers' and parents of the home with 8 kids- 7 under the age of 12- whose entire attic was a playroom. #everyonewins

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Fast forward to now being a proud boy mom and the times when it's not always possible to be fully organized. To be completely honest, most days my home is by no means a Pinterest-perfect picture. Between running my business, organizing other families homes, taking care of my own and keeping an active little boy engaged, some days can get pretty hectic and some things just have to be left imperfect. After all, above everything else, I'm a real mom and wife and my home is as lived in as any other. However, I've been able to pull from my organizing experience and my days as a nanny/house manager to implement systems and practices into my own home to help me navigate through it all- without overwhelm.

I bring that well rounded non-judgemental support and organizing know-how and experience to moms and their families so that they to are able to enjoy their homes without overwhelm. 

I truly believe that being organized isn't about Pinterest-perfection. Rather it's about simplifying everyday life. Because when your physical space is organized it gives your mental space a boost. Isn't that what all moms need?!