Home Page

Would you like to

  •    Relax and enjoy organizing?
    •    Make your kitchen, work room or living room fun, pleasant, creative - and functional?
    •    Unclutter your space and your life?

I help you in organizing your home,
home office and small office.

I'll help you think outside of the box to get something into the box.

I collaborate with you to find comfortable, affordable solutions for your challenges.  We'll create accessible spaces you can enjoy for your work, hobbies, games, whips and chains, or even your pots and pans.  We'll be organizing your closets, your files, your garage, you name it!

Why do you have so much trouble doing this yourself?

There can be many reasons.  I wish everyone considering getting help from an organizer understood that it is nothing to be ashamed about or embarrassed by.  Everyone has strengths and weaknesses.

When you need help organizing, most often you simply need help discovering what systems will work for you.  I can guide you to that discovery and coach you through to a completed project.

        •    Many of my clients lack skills to structure their surroudings - their closets, bookshelves, desktops.  They weren't always taught how to organize themselves.

            Others have the ability and knowledge, but events such as illness, work transitions, or changes in family cause them to fall behind.

        •    Some cannot find a starting point, or prefer company while they create their systems, or cannot find the tools they need to accomplish their goals.

I'll help you gain the education and resources you need to get organized and keep yourself organized even as your circumstances evolve over your lifetimes. The results will never be perfect, but they will be effective and satisfying.

I want you to laugh during this adventure.

Please call me at 425-947-3976 for a free 1-hour walk-through and discover what we can unclutter together.

I enjoy sharing my knowledge on-line.

"Marie Kondo reconsidered: Not everyone feel the 'magic' of tidying up." is on the front page of section H, NW Arts & Life, of the Sunday, August 9, 2015 Seattle Times.

"Why Being Organized Saves You Money", Houselogic.com

"16 Expert-Recommended Steps to Spring-Clean Your Kitchen", LIVESTRONG.com

"10 Ways to Cope with a Tiny Kitchen", Paste Magazine

"TV Room Ideas for Small Spaces", SelfStorageFinders.com

"5 Decluttering Tips When Sending Your Child to College", SpareFoot

"RX for Organization: Declutter Your Medicine Cabinet", SpareFoot

"Showered with Baby Gifts? Here's How to Handle Your Bundle of Stuff", SpareFoot

"Tidy and Thrifty: How to Get Organized on the Cheap", SpareFoot

"Get Organized Month Profile", The Examiner

Look for my book reviews on 
Amazon. I'm Lauren Williams, the Casual Unclutterer.

Do you want a quick start? Buy my
"Do You Have an Organizing Style?" Guide.



Member of the
Center for Sex Positive Culture

Happy patched (whee!) member of Seattle girls of Leather. Grateful recipient of SgoL's 2014 Spirit Award.

Certified as an LGBT Business
Enterprise by the
 National Gay &
Lesbian Chamber of Commerce
Member of the Greater Seattle
Business Association


I was proud to sponsor Seattle Leather Reign, October 17 - 19 2014, 
KinkLincs - a Leadership and Community Building Symposium and Leather Reign and WA State Ms. Leather Danelle's 2014 Northwest Leather Dinner.


Visit Lauren's profile on Pinterest.
Website Builder