Hi, I’m Jenn, founder & owner of Bless Your Nest, and I have a confession – I love to organize!
It’s always come naturally to me, it’s my form of creativity that brings me joy and energy.
I’m a wife and the mom of 4 teenagers. Our home is a restored farmhouse from 1901, so, we’ve had to be creative by maximizing every inch of space provided in this charming old house. There is no “open concept”, the closets aren’t deep, and we don’t have a basement – just a small storage space over our garage. But it works for us because we are intentional about how we make the space work for our lives. And that’s my goal for each and every client – to turn their home or office into something that gives them life and helps them solve that puzzle that’s been keeping them from using their spaces in a way that’s beneficial to their lifestyle and personal goals.
I haven’t always been a professional organizer, I just wanted to serve others – which is what led me to attend nursing school at the University of Kentucky and earn an RN, BSN. My patients were always my reason for going to work. I worked in home care, various units at the hospital, and eventually cancer research. But I just really loved the people. This led me to open a small retail boutique in 2008 so that I could serve my community in a new capacity. Along with my mom, we opened Little Sprouts Boutique (a mix of new and resale items for kids, women and home). After 10 years in business we were faced with a major decision – rebuild our family business into an online retailer with a small brick-and-mortar presence, or close. We chose to close, as the idea of selling primarily online took away my love of working with our customers face-to-face and building that relationship. We closed up shop and I spent the following months trying to find a new way to reach my community and serve in an impactful way. And, in 2019 Bless Your Nest was born, and we’ve been working with families and organizations to help them live free of clutter and disorganization by getting to know their wishes and goals and then crafting a sustainable plan that works for their lifestyle and personality.
So. if you struggle with cluttler, or if the idea of organizing that trouble spot in your house or your life just seems too overwhleming – don’t worry. I get it. And I’d love to help.