About Me

Brenda McElroy Professional Organizer and Speaker

Brenda McElroy Professional Organizer and Speaker

I understand the challenges of a busy household or office. Life is hectic. With my experience and organizational skills, I can help you make the choices necessary to regain control over your home, office, or schedule so that it truly reflects what you value most.

As a member of NAPO (National Association of Professional Organizers) I adhere to the professional guidelines in NAPO's Code of Ethics. I serve my clients in an atmosphere of trust and confidentiality, respecting each person and his or her belongings.

I was born and raised in the San Joaquin Valley of Central California, married the boy across the street, and now have three grown children, a son-in-law, daughter-in-law, and three grandchildren. I find joys and challenges in each new phase of life.

Serving others with my organizational skills is not just a job; it's my passion. I understand that inviting someone into your office or home can be uncomfortable. Many clients feel embarrassed and imagine that their own situation is worse than everyone else's. Let me reassure you that I promote a nonjudgmental atmosphere in which we can work together to bring about the changes you long for. Please contact me to find out how you can become organized by choice!

 

"I still can't believe she helped me tackle that ominous task in my garage. She is amazing! I couldn't have done it without her help. I learned so much about organization and simplifying our life by taking her class and then working alongside her."
- Kim
"Brenda's information has been invaluable. I now open the mail immediately when I come in the house and sort it according to the folders. It has eliminated so much clutter!! I carry the action folder with me in the car each day so I can take care of things when I'm out. I've gotten a lot done and crossed so many things off the 'To Do' list."
– Nancy
Brenda with Peter Walsh, author of  It's All Too Much!

Brenda with Peter Walsh, author of  It's All Too Much!