A nationally recognized organizational expert and freelance writer, Lea Schneider brings both experience and expertise to her articles. With a focus on home-centric, home office and small business copy, she walks readers through how to make simple and lasting changes in their space and routines.
Lea's writing is found on numerous high-volume websites such as TwinCities, Young Upstarts, Small Biz Daily, Homes.com, Caldwell Banker, Motherhood Moment, 1-800-Got-Junk and Redfin. She has written for national clients including Groupon and The Home Depot, where she served as an organizational expert. She's proud to write for Perficient Digital, the leading digital transformation consulting firm. Other clients include companies that focus on marketing, interior design, residential organization, productivity expertise and more.
As a professional organizer, author and speaker, Lea's expert advice and insights have reached audiences across the country through a variety of channels including top publications, broadcast and social media. Her advice has been seen in newspapers, such as The Washington Post, The Denver Post and Omaha World Herald to prominent magazines such as Better Homes and Gardens publications and Parents to many websites including ThisOldHouse.com and TwinCities.com.
As a writer, she puts her organizational expertise to work writing and guest blogging on all areas of organization from clutter management to storage concepts, space and time management, family routines and productivity tips. Her writing has been featured in Rubbermaid's Adventures in Organization Blog, The Housekeeping Channel, What's Cooking America and many more.
Her journalism background includes feature writing for The Fort Myers News Press (Florida), The Commercial News (Illinois), and The Jackson Sun (Tennessee), with stories earning her recognition from both the Tennessee and Illinois Press Associations. As a copywriter for a full-service marketing agency, her experience includes website copy, newsletters, press releases, articles, brochures, radio ads and more.
Based in Nashville, TN, her writing company is Lea Schneider LLC.