The Organized Mama

Teaching Families How to
Lead Neat & Calmer Lives

The Organized Mama

Teaching Families How to
Lead Neat & Calmer Lives

ABOUT US

The Organized Mama is a professional organizing firm and lifestyle blog based in the North Shore of the Chicagoland area.  We develop ways to organize your family based on your needs and create beautiful and functional spaces for all aspects of your home! We offer a wide range of services from empty-nesters looking to downsize to growing families needing to create organized spaces for the entire family.  We  also share tips, tricks, and tutorials on organizing through blog posts so you will learn how to stay organized.

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Helpful Back To School Organization Ideas

Helpful Back To School Organization Ideas

When it comes to getting ready for back to school organization, there can be a lot to think about! Collecting all the school supplies, creating space for all the bags/books/shoes, and finding areas of the home where homework can be completed.  It can all seem so...

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How To Create A Functional Mud Room

How To Create A Functional Mud Room

I am in the process of helping design a mud room for a client with TONS of organizational features that can grow with their family. Which got me thinking about back-to-school and helping others create a functional mud room for their families! A mud room doesn't have...

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Easy Back-To-School Checklist Tutorial

Easy Back-To-School Checklist Tutorial

Anyone else starting to think about back-to-school?? As a former teacher, August always gets me in the school mood, so I love all the back-to-school shopping, organizing, and prepping!! I get the kids drawers organized so they can find their clothes. I like to make...

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DIY Kids Game Bag Tags

DIY Kids Game Bag Tags

I really hate the boxes that kids games come in. Like I don't understand why they are so ridiculously big for a small thing of memory! Instead of storing that giant box that takes up so much space, I remove the box and put the game into a baggie. I either use just a...

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