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Time + Space for What You Love

Meet Seattle Professional Organizer, Lauren Fink Shea

Together, we’ll work side-by-side to clarify your goals + values, and bring them to life in your organized space!


Re-Purpose + Customize

I’ll show you how to use what you have to create sustainable, custom organizing systems that work for you. >> Learn More

Stay Organized

Using skills and methods honed over 10+ years teaching at the college level, I will effectively help you break-through the biggest myths of organizing. >> Learn More

Feel Empowered

I designed the H.E.A.R.T. organizing method to empower you to make space for what you love. >> Learn More

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“I love the element of surprise and discovery in organizing. The unused wire basket transforms into a ribbon holder for a wrapping closet, the unit that once contained Legos becomes the new home for craft supplies, the matching bins collecting dust in the garage actually fit the pantry perfectly. This is the magic I love! Through re-purposing, we find our purpose. Through organizing, we find we had what we needed all along.” — Lauren Fink Shea

What Clients Love about Working with Me

“I’d organized my art room many times, but I didn’t have a system to keep it organized. Lauren helped me rethink, define, purge and set up a manageable system according to my values and needs. She asked great questions and got to the essence of what I wanted.  She helped me repurpose existing furniture to create space, a sense of calm, and increase productivity.  I appreciated her ability to think outside the box, keep me encouraged and on task.  The end result is freedom from clutter, unwanted things, and a space that reflects my individuality!”

— Diane S., Ballard, Seattle

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The difference between organizing and decluttering

The Difference Between Organizing and Decluttering

We’ve all encountered people with way too much stuff who think they will solve all of their problems by getting that stuff organized. They buy the bins, they come home, and they realize that it’s actually the stuff that’s the problem, not lack of storage. I’ve been there! I came to organizing because I felt

Decluttering defined: Why this term can be offensive, and what it actually means

There’s a buzz word in the organizing world and it’s “decluttering.” When I first heard this word, I thought “Yes!” I thought, “letting things go feels so cathartic.” I was standing in a cozy Seattle bookstore, and I wanted to buy the book (The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up), run home, and take a

4 ways to practice gratitude all year

4 Ways to Practice Gratitude All Year

In the month of thanksgiving, we often reflect on the things we are grateful for. It’s gotten me thinking about ways I could make this a habit that extends beyond the holiday. Here are 4 ways to practice gratitude all year: Make it a dinner-time ritual: Share one thing you are grateful for over dinner.