About the Founder
Kerry lives Asheville, North Carolina with her husband and three young kids. A former teacher and busy mom, Kerry knows first hand how important it is to stay organized and on top of life in order to have time, to do the things you love, with the people that matter most.
Kerry's interest in decluttering and organizing emerged when she was in college, working as a nanny to earn extra money. While taking care of the children, she noticed her frustration when trying to find the right clothes in the kid's closets. One night, she asked their mother if could organize the closets in a more efficient way. The mom was more than happy to take her up on it, and after Kerry finished the closet, hired her to organize the entire house! Word of Kerry's organizational abilities spread, and she was quickly busy managing the organization needs of multiple families in New Orleans.
Following college, Kerry returned home to Washington, D.C. where she began teaching. Her passion for organizing and decluttering continued both in the classroom and when she started working as a personal assistant for an executive client to make extra income. After the birth of her daughter, Kerry left the classroom but continued to be a personal assistant. Early clients needed help managing aspects of their lives that they did not often have time to tend. Kerry's efforts to help her clients live more efficiently, organically evolved into examining the places and spaces in which they lived and worked. She noticed the large impact of little organizational adjustments she made in her client’s lives and homes. She developed her own personal style, and expertise over time, and extending her work from the realm of personal assistant to a full time professional organizer was a natural progression.
Referrals are the heart of our business. If you refer a friend or family member to More TIme Less Stuff and they book a project with us, you can choose getting a free hour of help (which can be redeemed once you have three free hours to put together) or passing the free hour along to your referral for when they book.