I'm Angie, a Chicago, working mama of two and I love living an orderly life!
Managing life with little ones and my own small business is no small feat and I realized early on that if I wanted to "do it all", I needed to get organized - insert, The Orderly Mom.
From my home to my finances to my every day routines, I like to be as buttoned up as possible so I can maximize my time, energy and efforts.
Being orderly helps me feel less stressed and frazzled and more accomplished, empowered and in control. My hope is that my tips, tricks and tried and true processes will help others too.
Looking forward to getting to know you on my Instagram page @theorderlymom!
Help busy moms feel empowered and in control amidst the chaos of parenting by developing organizational systems.
I hope to help you...
1. SHARPEN YOUR ORGANIZATION & DE-CLUTTERING SKILLS
Take the initiative to remove the extra “stuff” that’s not only crowding your home but your mind. You’ll feel lighter without it.
Then, organize your things by giving them a “home” - a specific place where they can live. This is key because knowing where something belongs is how you can keep an organizational system in place.
2. USE YOUR TIME MORE DELIBERATELY & EFFICIENTLY
When you have a plan or a process, you’re able to maximize your time and energy and get things done. You’re no longer wasting time thinking about how to do something or where something should go - instead you can embrace routine and processes that support your life.
3. BECOME MORE FINANCIALLY ASTUTE, CURIOUS AND
I’m a strong advocate for women learning the ins and outs of personal finance and planning towards their own financial future. Don’t leave it up to your husbands - or partners. Being knowledgeable gives you the confidence to participate in financial decision-making and, if necessary, manage your own finances. Once you know enough, you can implement a financial planning system that aligns with your goals and priorities.