Leslie Norman goes by many titles with her clients…from Tetris Queen to MacGyver to master “shusher.” Over the years, organization was the key to finding balance to make time for the people & things that matter most. She is excited to share this skill with the Ozarks. Leslie gives 110% to every client. She thrives on helping clients simplify so they can focus on what really matters. All services offered by Leslie & her team are top notch, but her move management skills are Unmatched!!
Leslie graduated from Kansas State University in 1999. After almost a decade as an engineer & do it all mom of two toddlers, she retired when their family moved to Springfield. Fast forward another almost decade (& one more child!) Leslie found herself with three kids in school, feeling that pull for something that could add value to her family & others. Enter 2B Organized!! Leslie & her team are passionate about helping others in the Ozarks find their own balance!
Leslie lives in Springfield, MO with her husband, Ryan; 3 children, Kate, Kennedy & Ryder; & 3 dogs, Smoke, Sofie & Gray. Along with volunteering at her children’s schools & the PTA, Leslie has previously served in roles of coach & troop leader. Leslie teaches Pilates, is a master seamstress & a pretty good home chef! She enjoys hosting get togethers, traveling & spending quality time with family and friends. Leslie has always described any event in her home as “Organized Chaos” & that pretty much sums up her life!
- I love to travel with & without my kids. The experiences gained from our travels together are memories that will last longer than 2 extra paperweights in my house.
- My favorite gifts are experiences over things.
- 75% of what comes out of dishwasher should live within 2 steps of the dishwasher.
- Use vertical space in garage & storage rooms using wall mounted hooks & shelving. Especially love wire rolling shelves.
Favorite Organizing Products
- Woven baskets for closets, don’t snag clothes. Plastic baskets for pantry, easy to clean.
- Bin labels. We all say we don’t like being told what to do. However, when told where to put things back, it tends to happen naturally.