DECLUTTERING. PRODUCTIVITY. CREATIVITY. ADULTHOOD. IMPERFECTION. GLEE.

(a few of the things we're discussing / embracing over here at New Order...)


Foto: Rebecca Sanabria Art: Neil Wax

Foto: Rebecca Sanabria Art: Neil Wax

Hi, I’m Fay and I like to shake up old beliefs about clutter and organization. For a decade, I've helped folks declutter their lives, access creativity, and feel better about being adults. 

We do things a little differently around here...This isn't about getting it right all the time or the perfect "after" photo. It’s about getting rid of shit you don’t need (whether that's inner clutter, outer clutter, or digital clutter) and making it easier to do what you want to do and make what you want to make. Oh, and screw perfection. A little better is a little better.

The best way to dig in is to grab my book New Order: A Decluttering Handbook For Creative Folks (And Everyone Else). It's available from Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Books-A-Million | iBooks | Indiebound | Powell's | Ballantine / Random House.  

I keep in touch with my subscribers in small bites, sending ideas / tips / musings about clutter, creativity, adulthood, and a lotta subjects in-between. Sign up below

I should probably also tell you: I love working with creative folks because I am a creative folk, goshdarnit. I attended school as an acting major (if IMDb pages are your thing, mine exists here). And a few years after I opened the doors of New Order, I started writing sad songs. (Those songs have since been heard on a bunch of neat television shows.) But more notably, this creating thing has brought lots of glee and wonder (and therapy) into my life. And a big reason I've been able to create efficiently is because my decluttering and productivity skills are in check (usually). So it's all connected here, seeeee?

And not to worry: if you don't consider yourself creative, you're probably still in the right place. Creativity can mean cooking a beautiful meal or going full throttle on your model airplane hobby. This stuff is for everyone. Welcome aboard.


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Official Bio: Fay Wolf founded New Order in 2006. Since then, she’s guided hundreds of creative folks (and everyone else) toward less inner and outer clutter, more creativity and productivity, and maybe even a happier adulthood. She has a One-Minute Tip video series with Apartment Therapy and has been featured as an expert on OWN Network's Home Made Simple. As an artist, Wolf digs through her own clutter to release songs and creative projects out into the world. Her sad tunes, available on iTunes and Spotify, have been heard on a long list of TV shows, including Grey's Anatomy and Pretty Little Liars. She's also acted on stages across the U.S., and in shows like 2 Broke Girls and Bones. Wolf is a Golden Circle member of the National Association of Professional Organizers and lives on the West Coast. 

Featured in / on: The Advocate, Apartment Therapy, Art Hive Magazine, Best Products, Better Homes & Gardens, Beverly Hills Magazine, Community Table: American Profile, Coucou Jolie, The Craig and Robbie Hour, CU at USC, Don't Steal This Morning Show, Etsy Up / Creative Live, Family Circle, Fast Company, GEV Magazine, The Globe and Mail, The Guardian, Hello Giggles, Her Agenda, Hollywood Today Live, A Hot Cup of Joey, Huffington Post, I Am That Girl, InStyle, The Joyful Organizer, L.A. Confidential Magazine, Lifehacker, Lonny, Los Angeles Times, The Muse, Nate Corddry's Reading Aloud, New York Times, Oprah.com, OWN Network's Home Made Simple, Organized Island, Organize Mindfully, Parade, PopSugar, Quartz, Ramshackle Glam, Reader's Digest, Refinery29, Romper, Smart Bitches Trashy Books, The Tig, Wall Street Journal, Working Mother, Yahoo's Easy Does It, and more. Explore some recent press here.

For Speaking + Media requests, please contact me here.

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Based in Los Angeles, California. Open to travel. Thank you.