Hello! I’m Isabella Guajardo a.k.a “Bella,” founder and Chief Executive Organizer. I started Bella Organizing in 2007 under the name Girl With A Truck™, which is now the Move Management component of the company. Bella Organizing is an independently woman-owned business.

Bella Organizing is here to help you reach your goals. When you call on Bella Organizing to organize and redesign your space, we are committed to making your home comfortable and functional in ways that compliment your personal style, and creatively incorporate minimalist principles while reducing, recycling and re-purposing.

Through the Bella Organizing move management services, we assist those going through divorce, selling or buying a home, with a geographic career transition, through the death of a loved one, and some of the most challenging periods of life during which assistance with getting paperwork and physical surroundings sorted and in order, packed, moved and/or stored is required. You can count on Bella Organizing to get the job done and help you move forward in life.

Isabella Guajardo is a San Francisco Bay Area professional organizer and member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO). The Bella Organizing Team travels to work with clients throughout the Greater San Francisco Bay Area, California USA.


Read about Bella Organizing in the January 2016 PopSugar Home feature: Make Your Closet the Best Part of the House — Without Breaking the Bank
Isabella Guajardo is interviewed in the January 2016 article Getting Organized: The Emotional Challenge of Tidying Up
Bella Organizing Featured in the Spring/Summer 2014 issue of Carmel Magazine Making Space for Rooms To Breathe
Bella Organizing Featured in the Spring/Summer 2014 issue of Carmel Magazine Making Space for Rooms To Breathe
Kathryn McKenzie of the Homegirl Radio Show interviews Professional Organizer Isabella Guajardo for holiday and New Year tips to get organized.
Monterey County The Herald
January is Get Organized month – Isabella Guajardo provides tips for dealing with holiday clutter in the New Years Day 2012 edition of Monterey Herald Home & Garden.
San Francisco Magazine
Nina Martin chronicles Bay Area individuals who are forging their way through the current economic meltdown to create new businesses and reinvent themselves. Isabella Guajardo, professional organizer, is interviewed for the “Reinvention” piece in the June 2010 issue of San Francisco Magazine.
Avance Hispano
Isabella Guajardo in interviewed by Avance Hispano about starting her professional organizing business in 2007 under the name Girl With A Truck – “Una camioneta con alas” (p.22)
Winner of the 2013 San Francisco
A-List for Best Home Organization
Monterey Peninsula Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards
Nominated in the top 3 Services to Residents
Winner of the 2010 Woman on the Rise Award
Winner of the 2009 Oakland Indie Awards “Innovator” category