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meet the team: 

Cabri Carpenter

Many roads led us here. Between growing up with family members that were hoarders, to living in an RV full time in her early 20's, & accidentally decluttering and organizing a local corporate business...

 Minimize Then Organize was born. 

Each project is an opportunity to challenge her, but also find new, fun, creative ways to declutter and organize.

When not organizing, she spends her free time reading personal development books, drinking *all* the sonic drinks, and hanging out with her furr-child, Hennessey! 

Favorite words:

"I don't know where I'm going from here, but I promise it won't be boring." -David Bowie

Lara McNutt
Lead Organizer

Lara joined the Minimize then Orgnanize team in 2022 and has any been taking care of clients ever since. 

Organizing has always been a passion of Lara's. From the time she was a little girl, organizing was a creative outlet and stress reliever for her. Now her husband is happy she has clients homes to organize instead of constantly rearranging their pantry at home.

When she is not organizing, she enjoys all things social media and photography. She also spends her time on the patio with her husband Micah and their 2 kids, Lincoln & Jordan! 

Favorite words:

“I used to want to fix people, but now I just want to be with them." - Bob goff

Cayla McCabe
Lead Organizer

Cayla joined the MTO team in 2022 and has any been a force to be reckoned with since. No seriously, she is like a hurricane that swoops in and leaves you with an organized home..

With a knack for getting to the meat of the problem and also using her empathic nature to read clients, Cayla has a superpower to helping clients achieve their goals quickly and efficiently.


When she isnt helping clients and their projects, she enjoys her plant babies, all the animals, and all things the color green. Her most important job is being a wife to Maci, and a mother to their sweet baby boy - Sage! (See the green theme?)

Favorite words:

“It's no use going back to yesterday, because i was a different person then."

- lewis carroll

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