Nathalie's KeyNote

Less Mess Less Stress  


We're drowning in clutter. Many people tend to put the blame on the size of their home. But the reality is that we own too much. We buy excessively and we accumulate unnecessarily. Whether we realize it or not, clutter takes a toll on our lives.  Not only it makes us waste time and money, but it also affects our happiness and well-being.  


In her talk, Nathalie shares the transformation that happens in individuals and their families, not only with their physical spaces but also at a mental and emotional level, when simple yet effective solutions are put in place to get organized or regain control over their schedules. Nathalie's passion and enthusiasm for her topic shine through her talks.  The audience walks away with the motivation to start their organizing journey and plenty of pragmatic tips and solutions to achieve a clutter-free and organized life. 

About Nathalie

The change that happens when you declutter and get organized isn't just with your physical space, it's at a mental and emotional level where the real magic happens, says Nathalie. Nathalie is a professional organizer and the founder of Get Organised & Beyond. She works with individuals who feel overwhelmed by all the stuff they have accumulated in their home and life. 


She helps them face the discomfort of decluttering, establish systems, and embrace new habits so they can create and maintain a clutter-free, organized and peaceful home and make time for the important things in their life. Nathalie is also the author of a blog and is regularly published in the media. 


She has been speaking for organizations such as Airbnb, DBS, Ikea, National Library Board, Prudential, Robinsons, and SAP. Prior to setting up Get Organised & Beyond in 2013, Nathalie has spent over 20 years in the supply chain field, planning and managing large projects, optimizing warehouse space, processes and systems, and driving efficiencies. Nathalie is originally from France and has been living in Singapore since 1998. 

Core Expertise





Don't take our word for it