Hi, I’m Heather K. Powers, thanks for stopping by! Some people call me the creative organizer because two of my passions, organizing and creativity collided and sparked a dream to launch my organizing business.
Curiosity and passion inspire me to find creative solutions for organizing systems and storage.
When we cultivate something we prepare the space by digging up the dirt. When we are willing to embrace the muck, we can create magic! When we are open to finding clarity about what we want and how we envision living, we create joy! I’m here to support you in transforming your systems and space so that you can bring your gifts into the world!
Form + function are the threads woven throughout the organizing process to bring harmonious order to your space.
During my childhood, I spent many hours in “creative-play”- cleaning, tidying, art making and playing house. These hours of ‘play’ instilled a deep love in me and today I believe this is why I LOVE ORGANIZING! I often got lost in this time, reveling in both the process and end results of order and beauty. My degree at Savannah College of Art and Design prepared me for a career in design and collaboration as a weaver and textile artist. I am process oriented by nature, but both planning and spontaneous creative play inform me about life and relationships. Part of my creative process includes teaching and I’m always curious to learn new ideas. To learn more about my work as a textile designer, please see here.
When I am expressing my creativity in my work and play I feel at home, I feel a sense of connection and of being part of something larger than myself. My career has been an expression of creativity and collaboration. Now I’m look forward to the opportunity to share the joy of collaboration and creation with you!
some of my other passions…
Gardening-as a Master Gardener in 3 states, I love to get my hands dirty and grow things, for both their beauty and function. By nurturing the earth we build fertile grounds for all our creations. As a former Beekeeper (I had to give it up after developing an allergy to bee stings I love planting for pollinators! In this way, I still support them as they support us! I am inspired by the symbolism of the hive– passion, creativity, curiosity, collaboration and organization, much of what I consider essential to savor the sweetness of life. Bees nurture one another and collaborate to create a global community!
Dance-I am not trained as a dancer but I love to move my body to music! I’ve learned to judge myself less and to allow my body to just play in the delicious feeling of movement! It’s can be magical and transformative!
Photography–I use my lens to see the world from different perspectives, whether to hone in on the details or see through a wide angle lens. Most of the photography you see on my site is my own, please email me if you’re interested in sharing any of it.
Community-somewhere on my life path, I learned I have a deep need to connect with my community. In each place I have lived, I’ve involved myself in various community and volunteer projects. I have come to learn and know so many diverse and wonderful people this way! I have learned how to see things from other perspectives which I hope has helped me to be more compassionate and engaged.