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Meet Kiera

With several moves as both a child and an adult, having three young children and being one of five siblings, you could say clutter has always been part of my life. I realized how important it was to clear out the clutter and get organized, and over the years trying to help my aging parents do the same.

 

As a mom, I found my passion in helping others get decluttered and organized and to keep what matters most at the forefront—family!

 

The process of decluttering can feel overwhelming and hard, especially when you're busy or have had a lifetime of collecting stuff. I know this personally because I am the daughter of a hoarder. And as luck would have it, my husband is the son of a hoarder. What this means is that I approach each project without judgment and with complete compassion in what I do.

Over the years, I have been blessed to help so many that I have recruited a team of women that I often refer to here and in my social media. These women are mostly moms, some with young children like me and some with grown adult children, that also understand how hard it is to stay on top of it all! Our goal is ultimately to help each individual and family be able to enjoy their homes more, without the added stress of feeling disorganized.

Real life is messy! We can help!

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Meet The Team

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Karyn Siikala

 

Team Lead Organizer

I have been decluttering and organizing since I was a little girl. My family moved a lot when I was growing up, so I got really good at living life with less. Prior to professional organizing, I worked as a Kindergarten/First grade teacher where those organizing and decluttering skills came in handy daily!   Little did I know that I would later end up a busy wife and mom of 5 kids ranging from 5 to 18 years old. 

 

With a family this large, I had to make it a priority to use the space in my home more efficiently so that we would have more room & logical space for everything.  I now get to help others do the same in their homes.  

 

Helping others to get organized means so much more to me than organizing one’s belongings.  It’s about setting goals, decluttering the unessential things that no longer support them, changing habits, and setting up an organizing system that they can follow for years to come. I enjoy organizing immensely.  It brings me joy helping others make their lives simpler and less stressed, and their homes a more appealing place to live.