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Organizing is a process that profoundly changes the way you live your life and affects the way you spend your time. With heavier workloads, advancements in technology, extracurricular demands, and overloaded schedules, Laurie recognizes the importance of teaching her clients how to balance their time and prioritize their schedules.
To Laurie Martin, sharing the pathway to effective and efficient organizing is a passion. Through workshops and one-on-one sessions, Laurie seeks to calm chaotic homes and stressful lives by helping her clients articulate and focus on what matters most, simplifying.
Her passion is working one-on-one with clients, teaching, guiding, and equipping them with the essential organizational skills to succeed in life. Organizing is a skill that can be taught, but it takes time and patience. Laurie helps to build customized organizational systems and structures in each of her client’s homes and lives.
Laurie is a Certified Professional Organizer (CPO) and has been organizing for 10 years. She is a member of NAPO (National Association of Professional Organizers, NAPO-NC, and ICD (Institute of Challenging Disorganization. Laurie has completed her Level I and Level II certificates from ICD. She is a Golden Circle member of NAPO, as well. Using her years of experience working with children, Laurie has developed and written a curriculum for helping children and teens get organized.
Laurie grew up in Greensboro and earned her B.A. in Child Development and K-6 Licensure from Meredith College. She moved to Charlotte, North Carolina in 2001 to teach at Trinity Episcopal School. She created, designed, and implemented the "Healthful Living" curriculum for grades K-5. Laurie won 3rd place in the country for the Most Creative Teacher of the Year Award by Dole Food. She went on to become a professional organizer in 2006 and now runs one of the largest organizing companies in the world. She currently lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, with her husband David and their two young children Allison and Blake. She is a board member of the Joe Martin ALS Foundation and actively supports local Charlotte non-profits.