Less Stuff

More Love

Better Life

I help people to focus on the things that matter most: who we love, what we do, how, and why we live…because everything else is just stuff. As a professional organizer, social entrepreneur, and author of ClutterFree Revolution, my professional practice is focused in 5 areas:

  • organization,
  • operational systems,
  • time & task management,
  • content creation, and
  • professional networking.

I’m honored to have had my work featured in Inc., Aspen Magazine, Aspen Sojourner magazine, Modern Luxury, Interiors Colorado, Lifestyles magazine, and my own column (“Life.Simplified.”) featured twice-monthly in the two largest newspapers of the Aspen Valley.

My wife and I own a home with our daughter, on a quiet street in Downtown Carbondale, nominated by Outside magazine as “Best Town Ever” and listed in Men’s Journal as “50 Best Places to Live.” We think so, too.

My wife has a successful massage therapy practice. Life is simple. Our work is rewarding to us and meaningful to the people we serve. We lead with heart and integrity and our clients feel like family. We buy second-hand, local, and organic whenever we can. We grow vegetables in our garden, volunteer in our community, and actively look for opportunities to rediscover gratitude and bliss. We try to live intentionally and feel honored to call the Roaring Fork Valley our home.

People assume I’m a Life Coach, but that’s not my background. I hold a master’s degree focused in experiential education and curriculum development, so my approach is as an educator, a project facilitator, and a guide to fast, effective, long-lasting results.


  • University of Maine, Masters of Arts in Teaching
    Focus: Curriculum Development and Experiential Education
  • University of Maine, Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
    Focus: Political Philosophy
  • University of British Columbia,  Vancouver, BC
    Study Abroad Focus: Cultural Anthropology
  • Certified Community-Based Restorative Justice Facilitator
    Longmont Community Justice Partnership
  • QC Design School 
    Advanced International Organizing Professional
  • Brendon Burchard’s Experts Academy Graduate


  • Intentional Solutions (Intentional-Interiors, LLC)
    Founder and Principal Consultant (2012-Present)
  • Habitat for Humanity of the Roaring Fork Valley 
    ReStore Division Director
  • YouthZone
    Division Manager
  • Challenge Aspen International
    Program Coordinator
  • City of Aspen, Wheeler Opera House
    Managing Supervisor for Front of House
  • Aspen Historical Society 
    Director of Curriculum & Education
  • Aspen School District, Aspen Middle School
    7th Grade Teacher: Social Studies, Language Arts & Integrated Studies
  • Roaring Fork Leadership (Class of 2014) + RFL Mastermind (2017)
  • Advisory Board, Rising Crane Cuong Nhu Martial Arts (2014-Present)
  • Business Advisor, Roaring Fork Business Resource Center (2013-2015)
  • Carbondale Public School Steering Committee | Our Children Our Schools (2013-2015)
  • Board of Directors, Third Street Center, Carbondale, CO (2009-2012)
  • Community & School-Based Restorative Justice Facilitator (2008-2010)
  • Board of Trustees, Victims Assistance & Law Enforcement, 9th Judicial District (2007-2010)
  • Child Protection Teams | Pitkin & Eagle Counties (2007-2010)

BonedaleBonedale Business Cooperative

100% no cost, free-range & home grown. Thriving on good Karma and the barter vibe, we share our individual talent and expertise for the collective good. We collaboratively help promote, network and cross-pollinate good business and best-practice. Members are encouraged to host free workshops, make referrals, give recommendations, and participate in community events in support of other local entrepreneurs. Share what you know. Generate some buzz. Network a little if that’s your thing. Host a free workshop. Ask questions. Make a recommendation. Give a testimonial. Gather at Bonfire Coffee or Third Street Center or Dos Gringos Burritos, or your living room if you like. Reach out, scheme something stellar, collaborate, or just grab a drink at Carbondale Beer Works. NO RULES. Do what you like, we’re FREE!  (Founded by Evan Zislis)



My family and I understand that what we do with our stuff is just as important as how we invest our money. Together, we are committed to giving generously to the organizations we believe help make our community a better place for all of us.

Every year, a portion of our small business income goes to supporting local agencies and organizations that support students, families, the arts, and environmental preservation. In addition, we volunteer our time in support of local organizations through boards, committees and by donating silent auction gift certificates.

If you are interested in our donated services to benefit a local nonprofit organization of the Roaring Fork Valley, please let us know.

The ClutterFree Revolution is not just about helping people to simplify and get organized. Our bottom line is leaving this planet a little better than we found it. Together, we’re committed to human rights, fair trade, and environmental preservation. That’s why ClutterFree Revolution Academy has teamed up with 1% for the Planet, a world-renowned foundation matching philanthropic donors with 501(c)3 non-profit organizations focused on environmental sustainability. “Saving the world” is not just a subtitle on the book cover; it’s the heart and soul of the ClutterFree Revolution. Why? Because nothing else matters if we’re not doing everything possible to ensure peace and prosperity for our children. Join us! We’re not just tidying up, we’re getting organized for good!

TEACHERS are the real superstars of this country. That’s why I’m dedicated to supporting public school teachers with COMPLIMENTARY services every month throughout the school year. “2 for Teachers” is a 100% philanthropic scholarship program devoted to supporting teachers (across the country) with FREE organizational consulting. If you’re a public school teacher, let me share a few simple strategies guaranteed to help you simplify and get organized – in & out of your classroom! (I think you’re awesome & don’t worry – it’s my treat!)