Kacy Paide wants to live in a world where, regardless of square footage or budget, everyone lives inside a perfect balance of simplicity and beauty.  

She believes we’re happier with fewer, more meaningful things, than an abundance of organized things.  It is her mission to deliver this to anyone who feels buried, but suspects that a lighter life is within reach.

A Professional Organizer since 2001, she has helped nearly 600 people find what they need, when they need it, freeing them to live fuller lives both in and out of the office.  

In addition to working with individuals at home, she has also transformed offices at Ogilvy Public Relations, and various law firms and associations in her hometown of Washington, DC.  She also has given over a dozen organizing and productivity presentations at The World Bank.

Kacy’s favorite jobs are with people who have come to realize that the state of their home or office is directly linked to achieving a greater vision for their life.  Combining a mix of brass tacks pragmatism and out-of-the-box creativity, Kacy works with them to get it done - painlessly. Every working day she hears a version of “this has been excruciating on my own, but with you it’s actually fun."

Through blogging, video tutorials, consulting, and public speaking, Kacy is dedicated to helping you to create a beautiful, functional space that you are proud to show off.

Kacy has been featured in the Martha Stewart BlogMen's Health, The Washington Post, Washingtonian, and Northern Virginia Magazine. Her writing has been featured in Attention Magazine.

Kacy lives in Silver Spring, MD, just outside Washington, DC with her husband, Nic.