About me

Hi! I'm Lisa. I'm a former corporate marketer who found that helping people discover the joy of being organized is far more gratifying work!

I'm on a mission to help individuals and business owners get control over their "stuff" so they can be more productive and feel at peace in their homes and workplaces.

I lead a busy and full life near Boston with my husband, his two teenage kids, and our cats, Billie Jean and Renji.

I know what it’s like to have...

  • a demanding job
  • a chaotic schedule
  • out-of-town family
  • different opinions
  • competing priorities
  • outside influences
  • a limited budget
  • a lack of closet space
  • not enough time
  • not enough energy
  • and too much stuff.

Sound familiar?


Asking the right questions to get the full story

Home Design

Creating living spaces that are effective and pleasing

User Experience Design

Making something easy based on the user's needs, challenges, and goals

Human Factors

Designing for humans' innate capabilities and limitations


Accommodating a user's physical or cognitive challenges

Visual Design

Using color and other devices to make something pleasing to look at

Why choose me?

I love people! And I love to make their lives easier. So I've spent more than 20 years building a skillset around human-centered design.

Design is all about solving problems. To create the perfect solution, I need to understand the who, what, why, when, where, and how of your problem.

The answers to these questions, combined with empathy, helps me come up with organizing solutions that are perfect for you — based on your strengths, challenges, needs, and goals.

Because these solutions are custom tailored, it will be easier for you to keep them going after I'm gone.

Credentials & affiliations

Some of my inspirations

Don Norman

Author of the book The Design of Everyday Things, he coined the phrase “user experience." He's widely regarded for his expertise in the fields of design, usability engineering, and cognitive science.

“If you want a golden rule that will fit everybody, this is it: Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful.”

Articles by don norman
Articles by don norman

Gretchen Rubin

Researcher, author, and speaker on the subjects of habits, human nature, and happiness.

“The most important step is the first step. All those old sayings are really true. Well begun is half done. Don’t get it perfect, get it going. A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Nothing is more exhausting than the task that’s never started, and strangely, starting is often far harder than continuing.”


Mary Poppins

Fictional nanny with practically perfect skills in organization, persuasion, and motivation.

"In every job that must be done, there is an element of fun. You find the fun, and — snap! — the job's a game!"

Learn from mARY Poppins
MARY Poppins on IMDB

Apartment Therapy

Saving the world one room at a time! Apartment Therapy helps its readers make their homes more beautiful, organized, and healthy by connecting them to a wealth of resources, ideas, and community online.



DailyOM promotes a universal approach to holistic living for the mind, body, and spirit and supports people who want to live a conscious lifestyle. It offers messages of consciousness and awareness to people of all walks of life.


No Sidebar

An inspirational Facebook community for sharing thoughts about minimalism, simple living, and finding happiness. Hop over to their website for a course that will inspire and encourage you to design a simple life.

“The first step in crafting a life you want is to get rid of everything you don’t.”

No SidebaR Community
No SidebaR Community
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