Part 1: Turn your home into your oasis
While clearing clutter / organizing may sound to you like the opposite of a vacation, it can actually help you create spaces that look and feel like you’re on one.
Think I’m crazy for saying that? Maybe so! But at least hear me out in this video: LINK:
What I do know is what I hear from clients, and what I’ve experienced myself. The lightness, freedom and abundance (of what you really want) that comes from getting rid of what’s holding you back – I can’t say enough about it!
Where’s the best place to start? Awareness. Watch the quick video above, then take action below. On Day 4 I’ll show you what to do with what you’ve uncovered!
Take Action: Grab a pen and paper and jot down:
Where’s the clutter in your home? What’s driving you crazy? What in your environment is getting in the way of that more relaxed, feeling and looking good place you love escaping to?
You’re not actually having to do or get rid of anything! So have fun with it!
Part 2: Work smarter, not harder
Chances are, you have too much on your plate AND you’re working a lot harder than you need to. In this video, I’ll share:
- what could be keeping you stuck
- the WORST place to keep clutter
- one thing you can do immediately to change it
Part 3: Clutter in your life: here’s what that means
Clutter in your life (from the small annoyances to the paralyzing overwhelm) is telling you something. Here’s how to recognize it and how to create a spark that’ll not only turn things around but make magic happen.
Getting crystal clear on WHY you’re doing something is what can keep you motivated – or help you realize it’s just not worth your time and energy.
My big “why” when it comes to clearing clutter (of all kinds) is that it creates the best foundation for the following to happen:
Designing your best life is ultimately what decluttering and organizing is about in my opinion. Making life easier and more enjoyable.
When you have synergy with home (part 1) + work (part 2) + life (part 3), you have a strong foundation that’ll pull you through those “failures” and move you to those “successes” faster and smoother.
Now don’t get me wrong! Gorgeously (is that even a word?) organized cabinets and closets are fabulous. Just don’t neglect the other clutter, because that’s the kind that will keep you overwhelmed and block the really good stuff that’s waiting to come in.
So how would I help a client who wanted it all? I’ve put “it all” into something you can have too: (CLICK HERE)