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Meet Jenn Dickel of Seasonal Navigation Organizing

Today we’d like to introduce you to Jenn Dickel.

Hi Jenn, it’s an honor to have you on the platform. Thanks for taking the time to share your story with us – to start maybe you can share some of your backstories with our readers?
Hi! My name is Jenn and I’ve always loved the kinds of tiny details others hate. I grew up in a rare combo of chaos and order. I crave order, but can make chaos function surprisingly well.

It wasn’t until I was working as an Operations Manager in a warehouse that I realized this gift of loving tiny details and arranging them gives me joy, while it is a nightmare to most other people.

This was almost 20 years ago. I was totally in my element when I was handed the keys to a 4,000-foot warehouse full of delicate medical equipment and tradeshow materials. Each piece, with its own set of tiny, moving parts, and multiple accessories, that helped complete the procedure puzzle. Each part and set, sometimes multiple sets, with its own final destination in any one of the international locations we served. None of my coworkers wanted to tackle the job, but to me, it was an exciting puzzle. Armed with multiple-colored markers, I sketched out a plan that would allow us to manage everything smoothly.

This is where my love of organizing, and getting people what they need really started to flourish. I designed kits to make working in the field easier. These kits had 1000’s of pieces to manage along with additional items that could be requested. In 2008, I remember having lunch with my boss at the time and she asked me, “What do you really want to do?” I thought for a moment and said, “I want to help women live life better, to succeed, to thrive, and to enjoy life, not just endure it.” That is when the first seed was truly planted.

Alright, so let’s dig a little deeper into the story – has it been an easy path overall and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
I think life is a process of constantly learning how to navigate what is thrown at you and what you choose as a path. I grew up with two addict parents that taught me an enormous amount about how I did not want to live my life, and that I wanted to choose a different path in life. They also taught me that under all the destructive addiction, there are still beautiful, broken people who desire to be loved even when they don’t know how to treat or love others.

Alright, so let’s switch gears a bit and talk business. What should we know?
I am your Tenacious Clutter Tamer that helps busy professionals and entrepreneurs navigate new seasons of life by getting their papers, homes, and businesses decluttered and organized. This helps reduce daily stress and anxiety, so a more fruitful and productive life can be lived every day.

Getting organized makes ALL the difference in how your life flows and functions every day. No matter what season you are in right now, I can help you navigate it, so you can live a more stress-free, functional, and productive life.

Home Organizing – Decluttering, Organizing, & Moving Services
Paper Organizing – One on One, Workshops, & Retreats

What has been the most important lesson you’ve learned along your journey?
Deep down we all want to improve our lives in some way. It is a matter of how and when we ask for help to get it done. Learning we do not have to figure it all out or do it ourselves is the first step.  There are gifted people who can help us. Allowing ourselves to get help, and not shaming ourselves for wanting or needing that help, is a huge factor.


  • Home Organizing Packages start at $900
  • Virtual Home Organizing Packages start at $250
  • Paper Organizing Packages start at $250
  • Moving Service Packages start at $250

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Koontz Photography

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