Hi! My name is Jenna and I’m a professional organizer/organizational stager and I have a business called Top Shelf Organizing. I love working with homeowners, getting their homes and spaces in order, or making their new house feel like a home. I also work with Realtors, like Leisa, preparing homes that are about to go on the market. I love taking crazy cluttered spaces and turning them into a space that is cohesive, simple and neat. It’s not a “one size fits all” world and neither is organizing! Just because something worked for one person doesn’t mean it’s going to work for someone else… And that’s ok! I make sure each space is as unique as the client I’m working with. I hope these simple blog posts will help you in your quest to love your Home in Music City!

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Recent Posts from Top Shelf

Are Winter Clothes Causing a Clothing Jam in Your Closet?

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Eating an Elephant February Newsletter Keep a bag, box or bin in your bedroom (in the closet or under the bed is ideal so it’s not out in plain view) and…

Begin The New Year By Looking Back

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January Newsletter Christmas is over and the new year has begun! January is a great month to look back over the past year to see what items in your home didn’t get used.…

A Post-Christmas Tip

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Christmas is coming! If you’re like most families you probably have your Christmas tree, decorations and lights up already. If the entire process made you frustrated, invest in some key organizing products now, so…

Final Post

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Well, this is going to be the final blog post for Eating an Elephant.  After talking it over with friends, praying about it, thinking through where I want to focus…

A Guest Post to get You Questioning Your Spaces

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Guys, it’s already the end of September!  Can you believe it?!  This year is flying by and once we hit mid-October the holiday season is basically upon us (YAY!) which means…