My name is Meggie and I’m the Owner and Principal Professional Organizer of Organized Life Design.
You can often find me chasing a toddler, binging a tv drama or enjoying a glass or red wine (generally not all at the same time). I married a smart and stubborn Italian man (did I mention, he’s a hunk?). We have two beautiful girls, two crazy dogs, two businesses to run and a partridge in a pear tree.
Here’s the thing – organizing is my jam. It’s my stress relief, my passion, my gift and talent straight from the Lord above. I truly believe God wants us to use our gifts and talents to work for the greater good in His kingdom, so here I go!
I know what you’re thinking, my house must be PERFECT. Here’s the truth: Perfection sucks.
I live in the same chaotic world you do with obligations, errands, work, chores, kids, clients, hobbies, animals and a spouse.
We have to balance expectations and recognize that being organized does not equal being perfect.
I want you to break up with the word perfect and set the tone with me.
What “organized” looks like is specific to your lifestyle, ability and let’s be real – it has a lot to do with anyone else you share space with.
Being organized means doing enough so that you can stop stressing and get back to life.
At Organized Life Design, we create unique, tailored solutions for your business and home. From pantries to closets and workflow process to task list management.
Organizing your life, your office and your world allows you to be the most productive YOU.
I’m Miriam, a Principal Organizer with Organized Life Design. I’m wife to an awesome man named Richard — my favorite person in the world! Family, friends and Jesus are most important to us.
I’ve gotta tell you, I wasn’t super organized from birth! I wanted to be organized from a young age, and taught myself over the years how to implement and maintain systems that are practical and work for me (and now us!) Most of my life I’ve lived in small spaces so I learned to get creative with space and be mindful of the belongings that I choose to keep (I LOVE to donate items that I know longer need!)