As a child, I enjoyed organizing my closets by colors and use. As an adult, I’ve put my organization methods to use at my various jobs (organizing and inventorying a 3500 book library; organizing and labeling a large outdoor special event storage shed for a city’s recreation division; creating and organizing a walk-in supply closet for a summer camp). I also earned a B.S. from Texas A&M (WH08P!). In 2017, I quit my local government job to travel. I loved it so much, I decided to find a way to earn income that allowed me to continue traveling. During my time on the road, I stayed with various friends and family and somehow it worked out that many of them were in the process of moving or rearranging certain rooms. Conveniently, I was there to help. Thus began Status: Organized. I hope to bring my love of organization (and skills!) to people across the country.

Organizing a Home Office for Productivity

In mid-March, lives changed drastically with the onset of Covid-19. Businesses shut their doors, offices required employees to work from home, and thousands were laid off or furloughed. This led to a previously coveted practice: working remotely from a home office. But without a designated work space, productivity remains low. Learn how to organize a home office for productivity.