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A Little Bit About Me

Hi, my name is Jenny Cervantes Wilson (she/her), Certified Professional Organizer®, and I am here to assist brave individuals seeking help to change their lives. As your organizer, I help you go through your things to find those that serve you and your goals, and then help set up your environment to suit you. Along the way, we’ll figure out how you can give yourself the time and energy to keep your space fitting your best future. I am a member of NAPO (National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals), as well as NABPO (National Association of Black Professional Organizers).


My Services

Professional Organizing


Ready to make your home fit your real life? Let’s get it sorted. We will talk through your goals and make a plan just for you and your home. I will help you make that plan a success one hour at a time. You will make every choice that is right for you in a judgement free zone.

Reset Cleaning


Is your home overwhelming? Not quite ready for the full organizing adventure? Hire me to bring your home back to a more manageable state. I can reset your home to make it safer and more comfortable. Let’s talk about what you need done and see if I’m the right fit for you.

Packing, Unpacking, Set Up


Already stressed about moving? What if you don’t have to stress about buying boxes, packing paper, and tape too? Hire me to take care of that for you. I’ll come and pack your things with care, providing all the supplies and labeling the boxes so unpacking is so much smoother. Don’t want to unpack either? I can sort that out too!



LK, Allen TX

Bottom line, if you’ve been putting off hiring a professional organizer and you live in DFW, hire Jenny.


TG, Euless TX

Jenny was absolutely amazing! This was truly a worthwhile investment, not only for my home, but also for my sense of well-being.


CS, Flower Mound TX

We are so grateful for Jenny’s kindness and sweet energy to help us get our home back in order!! We have a beautiful, peaceful home again!!



Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

How do organizing sessions work?

They vary depending on the client and we'll adjust our approach for what suits you. Generally, we'll go section by section so the work doesn't get overwhelming and it's easier to bring your home back to usable at the end of each session. So we'll choose a space in your home, such as a desk, and go through the items one by one so you can choose what to keep, then we'll talk through the best way to store the items and set up "homes" for everything, put those things away and place labels on what you want labeled. Then we'll gather up the trash and donations. I'll help you take the trash to the trash can. 

Do you take away donations?

Yes, I'll take away whatever I can lift on my own and will fit in my vehicle at the end of the session. And if you itemize your taxes, I will bring you a receipt for the donation.

Do you buy organizing products in advance?

I don't recommend buying anything before we go through your possessions and you choose what you want to have in your home. Most households already have plenty of storage items we can use.

Ok, but would you go shopping for organizing products if requested?

Yes, absolutely! If you find there are items that would help with the function of your home, I'm happy to go shop for you. You would pay my hourly organizing rate for this service.

Do you have a minimum number of hours for a session?

Yes, I book a minimum of 3 hours per session.

What does CPO® mean?

CPO® stands for Certified Professional Organizer. The National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals describes it this way:

"BCPO® Certification is a voluntary, industry-led effort that benefits the members of the organizing profession, as well as the public. It recognizes those professionals who have met specific minimum standards, and proven through examination and client interaction that they possess the body of knowledge and experience required for certification. This program recognizes and raises industry standards, practices, and ethics. For the public, while the CPO® designation is not an endorsement or
recommendation, certification of professional organizers maximizes the value received from the products and services provided by a CPO®."

Do you bring any supplies with you?

Yes, I bring trash bags, tape, a label maker, and a few small plastic bins. I provide these as part of my service at no additional charge.

If I have questions can I text you in between sessions?

Yes, absolutely you can! Please keep in mind that I turn my phone off during work so it may be the next day before I reply.

Do you assign homework?

Nope! Clients are of course welcome to work on anything they'd like in between sessions but most people are running to stand still so to speak and don't have time to add any tasks. We focus while I'm there and with time, our work makes the rest of daily living more manageable.

My home is very dirty. Like really, really dirty. Will you still work with me?

Absolutely! I believe that everyone deserves and comfortable and safe home and I am happy to work with you to move your space toward a safer environment. I offer "reset cleaning" for just this purpose. Sometimes clients need help cleaning the space before they are able to sort through their items and organize.

Reset cleaning seems vague, can you give me an example?

Yes, here's an example of a recent reset cleaning: I ran loads of laundry during our day together, moving them from washer to dryer, then putting them away. I washed the dishes (this can take hours depending on how many dishes there are!). I gathered the trash and recycling and took it to the trash bins. I cleaned out the expired food in the fridge. I cleaned out the cat boxes. I made what I call tidy piles of things like paperwork and mail for the client to go through. I put things like toys and shoes away. And I did a basic wipe down of the surfaces and floors. 

Do you offer professional cleaning services?

Nope, the "reset cleaning" I do is to get a home to livable and safe. Professional cleaners do much more detailed, fast work than I do. Some people have me in first before their cleaners come!

I think I'm a "hoarder." Do you work with people with hoarding tendencies?

Yes! I have experience working with environments up to a Level III on the ICD's Clutter-Hoarding Scale. I'm in training now (early 2024) to increase my knowledge on best practices and strategies to help clients affected by hoarding disorder and chronic disorganization.

What are your "dealbreakers"?

I require access to a functioning restroom during our sessions and I will not stay in an environment where there are angry raised voices, threats of violence or violent outbursts.

What is the earliest session time available?

10:00 AM

Do you provide an invoice?

I CAN provide an invoice but I prefer to simply text you the information or include a notation on the Venmo/PayPal/Zelle request. I feel like an invoice is just one more thing to clutter your desk or inbox.

Do you work with a team?

No, I work alone but if you need a team for your project I can recommend some fantastic people I know who run team-based companies.

Do you provide estimates prior to starting a project?

No, because each client and space is different. I can tell you about how long previous projects took with other clients to give you an idea of time + cost. If you have a budget you want to keep to, we can discuss your goals and rank the objectives so we tackle the most important areas first.

Do you offer free consultations?

We will have a no cost intake call either by phone or Facetime where we'll discuss your needs and goals and see if we're a good fit. If you prefer an in-person walk through, you would pay my hourly organizing rate for this service.

Do you build furniture during a session?

Yes, provided it is free standing and a size and weight I'm able to move around on my own.

Do you install shelving?

No, I don't hang anything on walls.

Do you make decisions on your own?

No, the client makes all the decisions on what to do with their items. However, the client can make a list of basic decisions, such as what they consider trash, a certain clothing size that all can be donated, a type of item that all need to be kept, and I can move through the space with those guidelines.

Do you work for free or reduced rate in special cases?

No, I don't volunteer as an organizer but if this is what you need, I can give your information to other organizers in our area to see if they are willing to work with you.

Do you charge additional sales tax?

Sales tax is included in my hourly rate.

How come you're not on Yelp, Angi, or other service sites?

I like working by referral because that means you are here based on the word of someone you trust personally. I have testimonials here on the site and I have TikTok and Facebook accounts so you can get a feel for how it will be working with me.

Speaking of testimonials, you started your business in 2020, why do you have so few testimonials?

I don't ask my clients to provide reviews because it seems like just one more thing added to their already overloaded to do list. My clients are usually so busy and almost always combating executive function difficulties. If they offer, I'm delighted and add them to my site but I don't want them to feel pressured.

Do you have insurance?

Yes, I have commercial general liability, and professional liability.

What training have you had?

For my standard education, I have a degree in Economics and Finance from the University of Texas at Dallas. As for my love of organizing and working with neurodivergent clients, I've absorbed so much information from books, YouTube, social media, spent 30 years helping others with their spaces, and took dozens of classes through NAPO. 

I earned specialist certificates in:

Brain Based Conditions

Essentials of Organizing

Household Management

Move Management + Home Staging



Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan Area, TX, USA

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