Elizabeth and Janna are cousins, and definitely have inherited the organizing gene from their mothers and grandmother! And while they both are organized, they bring two different perspectives: Elizabeth grew up on the East coast, lives in Boston, and has a daughter starting Kindergarten. Janna grew up in the West and now lives in Seattle, and is sending her daughter off to college. They each run their own business and face the same organizational and design challenges of any busy parent. Elizabeth and Janna hope that the stories, experience and tips they share will help you clear the clutter and make your home even more beautiful. You deserve it!
Elizabeth Goodsell has been organizing and redecorating since she was little, starting first with sorting and re-arranging everything in her doll house....again and again. Tapping into her innate organizing tendencies, she started That's Neat! Organizing in 2006. Having worked for many years in the field of education for small non-profits, international organizations, and a large publisher, Elizabeth has moved on from the doll house and now brings expertise in organizing people, paper, and projects. That’s Neat! Organizing is a natural extension of her interest in education, which is really about change and growth. Now instead of working with teachers, she teaches clients simple and effective methods to get and stay organized.
Janna Lufkin is a photo stylist, designer, producer and organizer with a keen appreciation for beauty and simplicity in everyday life. Moving from Boise to Portland to Seattle, her design career has included design and photo work in both the print and advertising industries. For the past 15 years she has focused her creative eye on the worlds of interior design as the owner of Turner Lufkin and as a professional photostylist with her business Photostyle. Janna's client list includes Meredith Corporation, Better Homes and Gardens, Country Home, Eddie Bauer Home, Nordstrom, Starbucks, Seattle's Best Coffee, Renovation Style, Natural Home, Home Companion, Women's Day, Do It Yourself and Before and After.
You can see more of Janna's work at BeItEverSoHumble.com