About

Welcome to the Organized Optimist – a blog where I share my favorite tips and tricks for organizing this sometimes messy thing we call life.

I’m Jess, a 20-something Chicagoan who always believes in seeing the silver lining. I love coming up with ways to organize and simplify everyday life, while enjoying all of the sweet, harmonious moments it has to offer. Keep reading to learn a little bit more about the girl behind the blog.

Some facts about Jess:

  • There’s no such thing as too much coffee (or tea) in my book
  • I believe that a nap & a good laugh are the cure for many of life’s little sorrows
  • I think that kind words carry more weight than we often realize
  • I’m a firm believer that fresh flowers make everything better
  • I love exploring old architecture
  • Fall is my absolute favorite season
  • Brunch is my favorite meal
  • Writing is one of my favorite hobbies
  • I was a Journalism major before declaring my major as Psychology
  • I received my Master’s Degree in I/O Psychology from Roosevelt University in Chicago
  • When I’m not blogging, you’ll find me working full time in the field of Human Resources
  • If I had to choose two words to describe myself, they would be organized and optimistic – hence, the organized optimist.

Whether it be through a decorative DIY, handy printable, or dose of optimism – I hope my posts help bring some order and positivity to your days!