Are you feeling overwhelmed and that there aren’t enough hours in the day to get everything done in your business and life? 

Then you’re in the right place as a work from home Solopreneur Coach, Virtual Assistant, or Blogger! 

 Here, you’ll find tips, tools, and strategies to add at least 60 extra minutes a day! That’s 7 hours a week to do more of what matters most to you.

What will you do with your extra time? 

Not as Organized as You Want to be in your Business & Life?

Imagine having a dedicated desk or office space that is inspiring yet functional. You gain back 7+ hours each week of focused tasks and get more done in less time. You can find what you need when you need because everything is in its place. You have flexibility in your schedule for when life happens, and you enjoy your self-care and time with family and hobbies.

I get it. 

If you’re like me, we’re not naturally organized and tend to procrastinate. I learned how. Together, you can too, one step at a time.

What Clients Say...

I would highly recommend Jennifer! I have truly enjoyed working with her and thankful for all of her organizational help! ~ Traci Huffman, Photographer


“In my intensive with Jennifer, I felt like we accomplished a LOT in a little time. While this was all something I’ve done in the past, I came to a point in my life where I needed the accountability to create some structure back into my life in order to be effective toward making my vision a reality. Though it’s structured, I also know how to adjust so there is flexibility. The main thing is that weekly, I’ll be working on the important things rather than those unimportant things that just fill time.” ~Holly Wade, Holly Wade Wellness

Meet Jennifer

Hi! I’m Jennifer Vaaler, your Time Management Coach & Strategist.

Believe it or not, I wasn’t always good with my time or organized, and am a recovering procrastinator. 

It wasn’t until 2011 that I finally learned how to manage my time with flexibility and create an office space that’s inspiring and functional for maximum efficiency. 

I had to learn to put systems and processes in place to create the structure I was used to at a “regular job” to prevent overwhelm as a one-woman show. Once in place, I gained more customers, had a schedule that worked for me, and utilized my small work space.

Since then, I’ve helped clients get their schedule, desk, papers, and home office space in order.