Overcoming Mediocrity - Volume VIIVICTORIOUS WOMEN
Monique Horb has a passion for helping women who are busy, tired, and overwhelmed. She does this by organizing homes and paper piles so that women can be more productive, have time and energy to live their purpose, and live the life they want. She loves to say, Life Is Easier Organized!
She began her business, Organizing Your Chaos, after experiencing depression, bankruptcy, adoption, marriage and medical crisis. These things were out of her control, and her home was falling apart. Through twists and turns, she learned that with an organized home she was able to manage.
Monique was raised in southwest Michigan and graduated from Taylor University, a Christian college in Indiana, with a BA in Sociology & Psychology. She met her husband through a friend while working at Spring Hill Camps in Michigan. They have been married for twenty-five years and have six children, two dogs and a cat. Her life experiences have pushed her out of her comfort zone and shaped the business that she created.
She loves to help women who struggle to get their homes organized. She knows that the simple (yet difficult) act of getting your home organized gives hope. Hope propels us forward, gives confidence, and allows changes to happen. This can change your life.
When asked, “How do you do it?” she responds, “I get up and get dressed.”
She believes that being willing to take off the mask, ask for help and work hard, alongside a faith in God, has changed her life. She continues to help women change their lives, and shares that we are all better when we are in community together.
Organizing Your Chaos
Get Up and Get Dressed
Overcoming depression, bitterness, and disappointment by learning how to take care of herself was the beginning of change in Monique’s life. When things around her were falling apart, she felt alone and like a failure. However, Monique learned that by reaching out to others, and by taking off the mask that she wore, she was able to let go of the things that were not hers to own or to fix. When Monique learned to act instead of reacting, everything changed, and she became free from overwhelm.