About Us

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Oh Hello,

Thank you so much for visiting our site. My name is Edriam Salter, the vessel behind Grace & Organization. I am a child of God and lover of all things bow, tulle, food and colours. 

Do I only like bows because they are cute? Maybe………. I Kid!!!

In addition to them being cute, bows signify something meaningful to me – they hold things together. Usually when you tie your shoe lace, it is two pieces being knotted together into a bow to tighten the shoes on your feet to ensure that they do not slip off your feet.

In the same vein, my love for bows inspired the Grace & Organization logo to be a bow as it signifies two pieces coming together (God’s Grace and Organization) to ensure that the different facets, priorities and activities of one’s life hold together nicely and to avoid slip offs. 

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The Mission of Grace & Organization


Grace & Organization offers journaling+planning tools to help users spend time with God and do away with excuses through proper planning and prioritizing.

The Mission of Grace & Organization


Grace & Organization offers journaling+planning tools to help users spend time with God and do away with excuses through proper planning and prioritizing.

The Mission of Grace & Organization


Grace & Organization offers journaling+planning tools to help users spend time with God and do away with excuses through proper planning and prioritizing.

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Vision of Grace & Organization

To ignite intentionality in the hearts of people to value spending time with God daily, uncover the many benefits associated with it, operate under God’s Grace and bring meaning to their day through planning. 


Vision of Grace & Organization

To ignite intentionality in the hearts of people to value spending time with God daily, uncover the many benefits associated with it, operate under God’s Grace and bring meaning to their day through planning. 


Vision of Grace & Organization

To ignite intentionality in the hearts of people to value spending time with God daily, uncover the many benefits associated with it, operate under God’s Grace and bring meaning to their day through planning. 


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Our Story and the Why behind Grace & Organization

During 2018-2019, I had so much going on and I just did not know where/how/when to start, and what/who to prioritize. To give you an idea, these were the things I had to deal with, all during the same timeframe (September 2018 - December 2019): 

  • part-time student at a language school; 
  • full-time worker with requirement to work overtime some weeks (44+ hours); 
  • full-time graduate student; 
  • teaching assistant at my University (i.e., part time job);
  • volunteer; 
  • leader and servant of God at my local church; 
  • studying to pass a French exam which I needed to keep my job; 
  • making time for God to use me and being intentional about spending time with Him;
  • making time for family, friends, mentees, events, etc.; and, 
  • doing background work to kick-start the DNTSTWG Movement.

Despite my jam-packed year with competing responsibilities and priorities, I still came out victorious and excelled in each of the areas listed above. At the end of 2019, I received several awards and celebrated many victories: 

  • passed my French exam after seven tries;
  • received a promotion at work and secured an indeterminate position; 
  • received a total of three teaching assistant positions from my University and left a positive footprint in the hearts of the professors and students; 
  • received the “Leader of the Year” Award from my church; 
  • received the “Most Dedicated Ministry Worker” Award from my church; 
  • received an award from my Assistant Deputy Minister from work; 
  • received the “Outstanding Contribution as a Volunteer” Award from the Member of Parliament in my riding; 
  • finished my two years Master’s program in one year three months (a semester early), and left a positive footprint in the hearts of my professors, supervisor and classmates;
  • completed the background work required to launch the DNTSTWG Movement; 
  • grew closer to God and was used greatly by Him to bring hope to others; and, 
  • maintained family bond, friendships and formed new relationships.

Our Story and the Why behind Grace & Organization

During 2018-2019, I had so much going on and I just did not know where/how/when to start, and what/who to prioritize. To give you an idea, these were the things I had to deal with, all during the same timeframe (September 2018 - December 2019): 

  • part-time student at a language school; 
  • full-time worker with requirement to work overtime some weeks (44+ hours); 
  • full-time graduate student; 
  • teaching assistant at my University (i.e., part time job);
  • volunteer; 
  • leader and servant of God at my local church; 
  • studying to pass a French exam which I needed to keep my job; 
  • making time for God to use me and being intentional about spending time with Him;
  • making time for family, friends, mentees, events, etc.; and, 
  • doing background work to kick-start the DNTSTWG Movement.

Our Story and the Why behind Grace & Organization

During 2018-2019, I had so much going on and I just did not know where/how/when to start, and what/who to prioritize. To give you an idea, these were the things I had to deal with, all during the same timeframe (September 2018 - December 2019): 

  • part-time student at a language school; 
  • full-time worker with requirement to work overtime some weeks (44+ hours); 
  • full-time graduate student; 
  • teaching assistant at my University (i.e., part time job);
  • volunteer; 
  • leader and servant of God at my local church; 
  • studying to pass a French exam which I needed to keep my job; 
  • making time for God to use me and being intentional about spending time with Him;
  • making time for family, friends, mentees, events, etc.; and, 
  • doing background work to kick-start the DNTSTWG Movement.
Edriam Salter