Changing lives is what I do.
I have endless passion and energy for transforming clients’ spaces and lives. My signature livelifeEASY system helps clients break the cycle of clutter and start living a life they can enjoy.
From enterprises in Europe to huts in Africa, I have organized it all. I am an expert at helping people free themselves from both external and internal clutter, results you can see on the outside and feel on the inside.
I’ve been featured as an organization expert in many different media outlets, including television, radio, magazines, newspapers and online, where I share my EASY living strategies.
Giving back has always been an important aspect of my life. Watching World Vision commercials as a child inspired me to head to Africa when I was old enough. After joining Global Volunteers, I ventured into a remote village in the heart of Tanzania where I helped the local people build a better infrastructure.
In 2003 I became a Big Sister. I am thrilled to say sharing time with my ‘Little’ is still one of my greatest joys. As a Big Sister I have been an active member of committees and events that have raised both awareness and money for this worthwhile cause.
Chairing Autism Ontario’s Ride, Stride, Roll and Stroll for two years was challenging, but very rewarding. During that time, autism awareness increased dramatically and the fundraising efforts were doubled.
Currently I facilitate meetings at the Elgin-Middlesex Detention Centre to help female inmates consider alternate life choices. Sound interesting? It is! Helping and supporting others fills my heart.
The Ontario Government recognized my efforts and presented me with the ‘Leading Women Building Better Communities’ award. I was labeled “an ambitious powerhouse and a role model for women entrepreneurs.”