Time + Space for What You Love

Meet Seattle Professional Organizer + Coach, Lauren Fink Shea

Together, we’ll work side-by-side to clarify your goals, part with what no longer serves you, and create organizing systems that support your lifestyle right now.

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

Declutter + Organize

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

Feel Empowered

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


“I love the element of surprise and discovery in decluttering and organizing. The wire basket we no longer need for one thing 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! You don’t necessarily have to buy anything new to get organized. Often all that’s needed is a fresh perspective, and a thoughtful guide.” — 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

Latest from the Blog

The Paper Tamer

The Paper Tamer

This week, I’m sharing my favorite way to keep my desk tidy: The Paper Tamer! Why is paper so overwhelming? Even though our world is more digital than ever, in my own home and my work with clients paper is still ever present. We’re overwhelmed because we have receipts, coupons, mail, magazines, catalogues, voting and political

Organize a remote learning space at home

Organize a Remote Learning Space at Home

Kids at home? Wondering how to Organize a Remote Learning Space at Home? Look no further! As a professional organizer, former teacher, and mom, I’ve got some things to try! But first, here’s a look at our space: This year, both of my boys are learning remotely. One just started kindergarten and the other is

Organize a school supply closet

Organize a school supply closet at home

With school likely online this fall, now is the perfect time to organize supplies! It will get you into the back to school vibe. Here are some things to try: Get your kids involved Take out all your art and school supplies and ask kids to sort them like-with-like. Eliminate what no longer works or