I’m Nicole, the founder and the “Nic” of Neat With Nic. I wasn’t always an organized person. My mom often reminds me that when I was a kid, she’d scold me for being messy. But something happened to me when I moved away to college. Maybe it was because I was on my own and had to learn to fend for myself; or maybe it was my mother’s example and years of persistent training; but living alone made me want to be organized.
I’ve never looked back. Being organized has helped me manage my life, my home, my studies, my work, and even my relationships better.
I became so well-known for this skill, that friends often ask me to come over to help when they’re feeling overwhelmed by stuff. In fact, that is how this business was born.
I organized one of my best friend’s house (and life) and she was so pleased with the results, she suggested I start organizing professionally. Word of mouth spread quickly and I’ve been proudly serving people with a diverse and broad range of organizing needs and budgets.
I have both a Bachelors and Masters degree in Accounting, which has fueled that analytical side of my brain that is required to do this job successfully.
I was born and raised in Miami and am fluent in English and Spanish. I live with my husband, Scott, my son, Brody, and our many animal babies (the number changes constantly). Since the birth of this business, my son’s interest and passion for organizing has blossomed. He is always eager to give me ideas and insight and often serves as one of my “crew” in picking out the perfect tools for our clients’ homes and offices. Scott, who is very handy, is always available to bring my vision to life and build the systems I create in my head. Making this a family affair has been one of the biggest rewards I’ve received for taking this leap.
The tools and skills I’ve acquired in my personal and professional life are exactly what I bring to your space so that you, too, can enjoy a life free of clutter and chaos.
What is the best part of being a professional organizer? I would say it’s seeing the look on my clients’ face after seeing the transformation they never knew was possible.
What’s the worst part of my job? My tired feet at the end of a project day.
Other passions: Protecting & loving animals.
Things I love: Cuban coffee, brownies, Golden Girls, scary movies, lychee martinis, and going to bed early so I can wake up early.
Funniest Things That Happen To Me: I can’t go to a party without someone asking me for tips, advice, or asking me if I can “please take a quick look” at their spaces. I ABSOLUTELY love it… Bring it!