Most people were not born organized and very few were taught by their parents or teachers. The good news is that organizing is a very learnable skill for the majority of the population. But it’s like learning any skill; it takes time, practice and most of all commitment. Sure we can do it for you, but the real lasting change happens when you learn to do it for yourself. The process is different for everyone. And until you’re ready we’re here to support you.


Mishele Vieira has been organizing individuals, families, and corporations since 1983 improving their systems, surroundings and profitability. Her background includes sales, marketing, and operations management in the media and technology industries. 

The skills and talents developed from her corporate background were used to launch her professional organizing business, with the goal of empowering individuals and companies through designing functional spaces and systems free from clutter and chaos. Mishele works with her clients to determine what challenges they face in getting and staying organized. Getting to the root of the challenge without judgment, she helps clients release and reduce the “stuff” that often overwhelms them.

Validating each individual’s or company’s style, she partners with clients to develop solutions that work and can be easily maintained. Focusing on each individual’s unique abilities, she coaches clients in maximizing their productivity achieving their goals and doing what matters most.

 A graduate of UC Santa Barbara and Communications Major, Mishele is an active member of NAPO, the National Association of Professional Organizers, San Diego and Los Angeles. She co-chaired the Southern California Winter Conference. Currently Mishele is serving her second consecutive year on the Board of Directors as the Director of Professional Development. In May 2007 Mishele became one of the first in history to receive the official Certified Professional Organizer (CPO®) designation in it’s inaugural year. She has designed and developed a workshop “managing chaos” to teach individuals how to create a plan to keep chaos from seeping back into their space, schedule and life.