Hi, I’m Tiffany, and I started Simple Organization to provide organizing and time-management strategies to help others develop a more organized approach to home, work, and school. As a divorced parent of a teenage son, I understand the delicate balance between raising children, progressing toward personal goals, working in your career, and being a good steward to others and to yourself. It sometimes feels impossible to keep it all together! Simple Organization is designed to offer strategies to living a more simplified lifestyle.
My approach to organizing is focused on creating systems that work for you (and your home). The goal is to help make things better (and that doesn’t mean perfect). My specialties include working with families of elementary, middle, and high school students as well as college students and educators. Primary areas of interest are divorce recovery, work-life balance, and time-management/productivity strategies. I also have a wealth of experience in working with Black women interested in managing their energy and creating an environment where they become the best possible versions of themselves.
What happiness looks like to me…
quiet, peaceful morning hours.
sitting on my patio.
charitable giving and life-changing causes.
planners (and all things office supplies).
traveling around the world.
car rides with my son.
you can do anything, but you can’t do everything.
in managing and replenishing your own energy so that you’ll have much to offer others.
broken crayons still color.
your new life is gonna cost you your old one.
Official Bio: Tiffany Blassingame is the owner of Simple Organization. As an educator for more than 15 years, Tiffany has extensive experience in supporting students, parents, teachers, and administrators in developing and utilizing time management and organizational skills. She is trained in both positive psychology and brain-based coaching through the International Coaching Federation. Tiffany has a BA in Early Childhood Education from Columbia College and a M.Ed in Education Administration from Clemson University. She has varied experiences with public school and private school families and students. In addition, Tiffany works as an Educational Advocate with students who have dyslexia, dysgraphia, ADD/ADHD, anxiety, executive function issues, and English as a Second Language. Her varied experience in these areas makes it natural for her to specialize in student organization. Tiffany is a member of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO) as well as a member of the National Association of Black Professional Organizers.