Meet Shira Gill.

Shira’s mission is to inspire people to clear physical and mental clutter so they can reduce their environmental footprint, create space for what they truly care about, and live their best lives.

Meet Shira

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Helping people get out of overwhelm and into action. Coach + Organizer + Founder of the #15minwin


Shira is the creative force behind Shira Gill Home. Over the past ten years, Shira has helped hundreds of clients all over the globe, and created a process and toolkit that applies to anyone, regardless of their style, space, or lifestyle.

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Simple, sustainable swaps to reduce your environmental footprint

A few small, easy changes to your everyday habits can make a big impact on your environmental footprint.

Budget friendly and practical tips for your kitchen and pantry

The 6 things that will make your kitchen look exceptionally tidy

Understanding organization as an act of self-care

The toll that clutter and disorganization can have on your life is universal—and deeply impactful.

How to reorganize your closet without using any plastic

Wood, linen, and canvas for the win.

10 things to ditch for a quick closet refresh

Are you desperately seeking a streamlined, curated closet but don’t know where to begin?

How to stay organized and sane, back-to-school edition

Advice on wrangling the stress and mess of back-to-school life

Game changing organizing tips from pro organizer moms

Secrets for controlling clutter and managing the unique breed of mess that families make

4 simple steps to the perfect closet makeover

The first step in any closet makeover is to remove every thing from the closet.

Listen to the podcasts
Vital Changes
Organize Like a Pro
Overcoming Overwhelm
Declutter Your Life and Mind
Streamline Your Space
Cleanse Your Closet
Simplify your Life
Clear Your Mind

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"It's hard to describe the transformational impact of working with Shira. She's like your best girlfriend, a life coach, an organizer, and a stylist all rolled into one."