Professional Organizing Services

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Dragonfly & Lotus Organizing

Helping You Live Your Ideal Life

At Dragonfly & Lotus Organizing, we specialize in professional organizing services for your home, workplace, or school using the life-changing KonMari Method®. Our mission is to help you find peace in your space by creating an environment that supports your well-being and helps you feel less stressed, overwhelmed, frustrated, and distracted.


Transform Your Life with Dragonfly & Lotus OrganizingOur Process

At Dragonfly & Lotus Organizing, we make the process of transforming your space easy and stress-free. Here's how it works:
Contact Us

You can get in touch with us by phone, email, website contact form, or in person. We’re here to answer any questions you may have and help you get started.

Video Call

Our first step is a complimentary video conversation designed to help us get to know each other. During this meeting, we’ll discuss the process, explore your goals, and answer any questions you may have. This conversation will prepare you to schedule your organizing session(s).

Schedule Your Session

Once you’re ready to get started, we’ll schedule your organizing session(s). These sessions can be in person or virtual, depending on your preferences and needs.

Our business core principles are transformative, personalized, and compassionate.

We believe that organizing isn't just about cleaning up, but it's about creating a space that supports your well-being and helps you live your best life.

We take a personalized approach to every client, creating a plan that’s tailored to your needs, lifestyle, and goals. We’re compassionate and understanding of the challenges that come with decluttering and organizing, and we’re here to support you every step of the way.

At Dragonfly & Lotus Organizing, we believe that a peaceful and organized space is the key to a happier and healthier life. Let us help you transform your space and your life today.


Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some common questions and answers about our organizing services
Will you force me to throw away my belongings when organizing?

No, we will never force you to discard any of your belongings. You have full control over what you decide to keep or let go of. We will help you improve your decision-making skills and offer guidance if you need it.

How long does it take to organize my space?

The time it takes to organize your space depends on various factors, such as the size of your home, how much clutter you have, and how many categories we need to work through. For example, a 4000 sq ft home may take some clients 55-65 coached hours to complete a full festival, while others may only need a few coached hours if they work independently.

What should I do to prepare for the organizing service?

It’s best to eat a satisfying meal before our session and stay hydrated throughout the day. If you live with others, let them know you’ll be busy during our session and need quiet time to focus.

Do I need to be present for the organizing service?

In most cases, yes, because we need you to make decisions about what to keep and what to let go of. We will recommend storage solutions after the decision-making phase, and you can request that we store items or shop for you.

Do you organize items belonging to my family members?

Yes, if your family member wants to tidy up, we can work with them after we finish working on your possessions. For jointly owned items, we will structure a protocol for you to ensure your partner is comfortable with the process.

Do I need to buy anything for the organizing service?

No, we work with your current possessions and will not require you to buy anything new. You may choose to buy things after we finish sorting, but it’s not necessary or encouraged. In fact, some clients make money by selling items they no longer need.


We value sustainability and conservation.

We do not want to waste resources. The most important resources we wish to protect are your money, time, energy, and space. During our process, you will practice recognizing what it most important to you. This practice will help you avoid wasting money, time, energy, and space on people, places, and things that do not serve you.

Going through this process allowed me to see how having piles of papers and unfolded laundry was causing me daily stress. Looking around for things and not finding them caused me much frustration. Clutter caused chaos in our house. Now, having a place for everything gives me freedom and mental ease. During Covid, things piled up, and I didn’t have good systems for things. Jennie walked me through identifying what was most important to me and then finding a way to organize what I was keeping. She was patient, non-judgmental, and thoughtful in her approach. I valued how deciding what to keep, give, and toss was up to me. I have a small closet, yet I still donated several bags of clothes. I have loads of treasured books and was able to rehome boxes of books as well. It takes time to go through the process, and I recommend doing it as soon as possible. This way, as life happens, you have a place for things as soon as they come into your home. The principles are simple, but walking through this process taught me how to think differently about using my space. Decluttering was truly a form of self-care, and I highly recommend it!
– Marie
I’ve organized the home several times in preparation for a move, but those were stressful. This tidying experience was enjoyable, low-stress, and easy! The tidying category that brought me the most joy was clothing. I could see everything I owned in one space, reflect on some great memories associated with each piece of clothing and quickly decide what I loved and no longer wanted. My closet is my favorite space, which still brings me happiness one year later. Looking at my closet, I immediately feel stress dissipate because this space is so organized. It is a great way to start and end each day! The entire house looks beautiful, serene, and intentional! Documents tend to pile up in my office. Tidying these documents gave me a massive sense of relief and a foundation for keeping documents more organized!
– Sean
I had no idea what to expect when beginning my tidying journey. Trepidation was real. But after session one, Jennie had set my mind at ease. I am beyond grateful for the outcome, and that outcome is pure peace of mind. Although I sure didn’t think so pre-tidy, I really do have a place for everything! Over the years, we had stashed books in every corner of our house. Going through each of those books reminded me of what I love about holding on to them, and yes, the vast majority I did keep. It was never a question of why; keep them if they “spark joy.” Joy was sparked with cookbooks containing handwritten notes from loved ones passed, books that my parents and grandparents read to me, and books I read to our son. Many of our books have so much more meaning than their printed content, but they had become stashed away and forgotten. But now they have been “joy-checked” and have a place all their own. My house has more animals occupying it than humans, and we wouldn’t have it any other way. Organizing and tidying our pet supplies and areas was an absolute game-changer. Over the years, I had accumulated so many pet items and I had them EVERYWHERE. But after our sessions, everything has an organized place of its own. Some of the items are sentimental ones that I now have in a more loving place, thanks to Jennie. Others were items that I no longer wanted, and I was so pleased that Jennie had a list of places where I could donate them. Knowing that others will benefit is wonderful! Our paper trail was one of the most challenging things to sort out with our house. It was not because it was emotional, hard to do, or stressful. Simply, it was something that I did not want to do. It is a relief that stuff is either gone or organized now. I had no idea what stress it placed on me just knowing it existed in our home!!! Crazy to think about now, but I’m glad we “tidied” that portion of our life! I LOVED finally going through my sentimental things. I talked about each one as I held them, and no one stopped me. I listened to each time I had a memory. This was not stressful by any means; it was cathartic and lovely. Now, everyone in my home has their own box of memories kept in a safe place. I love knowing that we have those all together now.
– Mills