Michelle Morton is a DIY mompreneur who inspires others to simplify their lives. She doesn’t just talk the talk, she walks the walk and her daily life is living proof of that. She is a different voice with a different message. Once a single mother, to a stay-at-home mother and now a momprenuer, but always a mother, Michelle dearly understands the challenges of being organized, living simply and making the time to achieve her personal and professional goals. After many years of letting her personal life take over and get in the way of achieving her professional goals, she decided once and for all to take control. Now it’s her chance to help you! She does not claim to have all the answers, but she will certainly share what works for her and what does not. Michelle will share her simple tips on conquering chaos, saving you space, time and money – TODAY. She has decided to combine her heartfelt passions and be a voice of change! With style and a special savvy for decluttering and getting organized, she hopes to be a support system for those juggling single parenting (both moms and dads). She also wants to help others who want to become entrepreneurs to achieve their personal and professional goals

A New York native and the eldest of three sisters, Michelle’s zest for making a difference in the lives of others started when she entered the paralegal profession. But soon realizing where her focus lay, Michelle became a stay-at-home mom raising three young boys. She started her business, Clutter Control so she could be “that” mom that other moms would call for help, and to be that friend who lends an extra ear. More than anything else Michelle wants to be that person who mentors someone to believe in themselves and to start living their dream life.

Michelle has trained with top professionals in the organizing profession and with over a decade of experience, Michelle has shown clients how to conquer the chaos with humor and encouragement. She loves teaching you that getting organized is not a one-time goal; it is a lifestyle that will give you the time you need to spend with your family and with yourself. Clutter is stressful, but Michelle hopes that you will think about the life you are living and the choices you make everyday. She is just like you—trying to find a way to live a simpler, cleaner, healthier and less stressful life.

Michelle has been featured in several national magazines and online journals, always enthusiastic in her mission to teach others that YOU can do it for yourself too! She lives a very simplified life in Raleigh, NC, with her husband and three boys (ages 15, 11 and 7) as she tries to teach them the finer points of organizing.

Although Michelle is not a sports fan, she spends a great deal of time on the ball field with her boys! When she’s not working, you can find Michelle amongst piles of laundry trying to conquer that bottomless pile (you know the one!) while enjoying a brownie or two or three.

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  1. Hello! i also saw you in a magazine…for women first…the adrenal fatigue article, which is why I picked it up. I just got diagnosed and I’m having tons of trouble with the diet. The carb cravings are a killer! Of course, I’m a mom, a step-mom, a student, and have a full time job, so let’s just say I’m a little less than organized.

    I look forward to reading more!

    • Hi!

      Yes, the cravings are hard. Are you doing the meditteranean diet? Just be easy on yourself and give yourself time. I know it is hard and a big change. I would be happy to answer any questions that you may have I can’t give medical advice LOL! but I can share my own experience.

      Thanks for connecting!

  2. I just changed my diet and I have noticed the difference in my health. I think many moms get so caught up
    in family life that they neglect their own health. Thanks for your article in For Women First.

    • Yes, I agree as Moms we do seem to put ourselves last on the list and even though we know we need to take care of ourselves we seem to lose sight of that with all of our responsibilities. I am happy to hear that you are noticing a difference in your health already. Keep up the great work! Let me know if I can be of any help.

      All the best,
      Michelle

  3. Dear Michelle,

    My friend read your article in the First Magazine..and it sounds like what she is going through, and has been from doctor to doctor trying to find help..can you please contact me through my email address,

    Thank you
    Mary Carman

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