After assisting executives in the corporate environment while managing a home for over 20 years, The Stuff of Life Organizing and Coaching founder, Carla Mazzuchelli, decided to combine what she had learned in each area to create a business of her own.


Looking to assist people in reducing the stress of everyday life by helping them learn how to manage their time and resources more effectively, Carla joined the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) in 2006.  Shortly thereafter, she began sharing the knowledge she had acquired through business and personal experiences, independent study as well formal training classes with clients who had been struggling with “stuff” for some time.


As an active member of NAPO’s Long Island neighborhood group, the Professional Organizers of Long Island (POLI), Carla served as the group’s Facilitator in 2008 and also coordinated the annual GO (Get Organized) Month project.


In 2008, Carla earned the title of Certified Professional Organizer® from the Board of Certified Professional Organizers® .


Carla has been awarded certificates by Franklin Covey in “Project Management” and “What Matters Most® - The Time Management Workshop for the Entire Business of Living” and by Rockhurst College Continuing Education Center in “Shortcuts to Creating and Maintaining Organized Files and Records” and has also completed training in “Basic Chronic Disorganization,” provided by the National Study Group on Chronic Disorganization (NSGCD).


After studying coaching and motivational interviewing techniques with Denslow Brown, Laura Berman Fortgang, Phyllis Flood Knerr and Dr. David F. Tolin, Carla was trained as a Life Coach by the Life Coach Institute and earned her certification in 2009.

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