5 Resources That Can Help You Get Your Life In Order

Bringing order to chaos is not easy. Whether you are attempting to organize your home, day, social life, or even your health, there are seemingly endless ways to go about it. Fortunately, there are a few companies that are here to help. In no particular order, here are some female-led businesses that can help restore order to your existence.

At #1, STIL is a company that was launched in 2015 by Marissa Cristina to empower women to be their best, most organized selves. The company offers organizational tools for women who want to take charge of their busy days and buzzing social lives.

STIL offers a variety of items to help with organization, including work kits, journals, pouches, and tote bags. Planners are geared toward specific areas of interest such as academia, fitness, and wellness.

Coming up at #2 is Order Out of Chaos. This company's mission is to provide hands-on education, guidance, and coaching to parents and students through customized programs. They are equipped to assist children with and without learning issues. Leslie Josel is the writer of "How to Do it Now Because it's Not Going Away: An Expert Guide to Getting Stuff Done," a primer on time management and study habits for teens and college students.

Josel launched Order Out of Chaos in 2004 after her son was diagnosed with ADHD, executive dysfunction, and other learning differences. Originally focusing her practice on working with the chronically disorganized, she expanded her business in 2010 to include coaching services and educational tools on topics like improving time management and developing strong study skills.

In at #3, The Home Edit was founded by Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin, who began with a desire to reinvent traditional organizing and merge it with design and interior styling. Whether a spice rack needs a makeover or an entire home needs an overhaul, these two will happily assist. While every project is rooted in functional systems that can be maintained for the long term, there is much emphasis placed on transforming the space visually as well.

Shearer and Teplin work with any space in the home, from bedrooms and kitchens to closets and pantries. The duo provides in-home services as well as video chat assessments. The company promises to pay meticulous attention to detail, institute carefully considered organizational systems, and imbue every project with a signature stylized aesthetic.

At #4, momAgenda offers a range of items like day planners, home organizers, and accessories. Nina Restieri began the company in an effort to help mothers in particular bring their family responsibilities, careers, and social lives together in harmony.

Restieri was a successful ad executive and businesswoman who struggled to keep up with her hectic schedule while raising four children who also had busy schedules. She became frustrated at the lack of organizational tools geared toward mothers, and after a year of extensive research, her company was born.

Last but not least, at #5 is LynSire. The site's creator, Rosy, is a vegan blogger and content creator. She has been vegan since 2011 and uses the blog to share her tips on living a healthy lifestyle, including her favorite recipes and cookbooks.

LynSire also focuses on beauty-related topics, Rosy's current favorite outfits and style, as well as her eco-friendly lifestyle choices. The site contains resources on how to go vegan and helpful links to documentaries, books, and Facebook support groups.