Tips, tools and inspiration to support your organizing journey.
We are here to help you get free of the clutter and organized at last!
you were standing at the front door of your home right now looking in, what would you see? What would you feel? The purpose of your home is to be a sanctuary from the rest of the world, a place you can go to relax and connect with loved ones. Sadly, many homes today hold the clutter and stress from our overfull lives.
If you were standing at the doorway of your office with the person you admire most, would you be excited or ashamed? We certainly understand if your work space has become cluttered, disorganized and draining. This is what happens when your work expects more time than you can give.
Despite our modern world belief systems, we simply do not have enough time and energy to do all the things. Simplifying your life opens up space so you can a deep look at yourself and what you most want to do with your precious life.
A simple practice for anyone, anytime, is to sit. Just sit. Just breathe. Just be. How long has it been since you did this? I’m not talking about meditating or any activity that requires focus. I am asking you to sit still and simply be with yourself and the world around you. There are many opportunities throughout our day to do this. It only requires giving yourself permission.
My daughter Jessica is now 24 years old. All her life, she has taught me how to play. I tend to forget that play is a part of life. I forget that play happens every day. I forget that play nurtures me. I forget how to just have fun. I was taught when you get all the work done, then you can play. The dilemma here is that the work is never done. So, I’ve adopted my daughter’s approach of bringing in play at every opportunity.
As I continue to move through different reactions, an important thing I keep noticing is how thoughtful connection and sharing what is true for me in the moment, is supporting me in staying present and feeling grateful. My invitation to you… share your personal fears, your joys, your hope, and your gratitude. Share what is in your heart as well as what is in your head. Now, more than ever, share, share, share. Kate Fehr
The impetus of all human behavior is the yearning for freedom. Freedom is to be at-choice in every condition or circumstance. Most of humanity is rarely at- choice: we simply repeat the old reaction patterns. This is not choice at all, this is unconsciousness. You see, choice implies awareness. Increasing our awareness improves our choices, which in turn determines our freedom. Otis Woodard
Change is all around us. It is constant. Yet we often resist and go into struggle when changes arrive at our doorstep. Here is guidance is simplifying by accepting and embracing the nature of change.
If you were looking at your desk right now, would you be ready to work or overwhelmed by the chaos? What if you were looking at your kitchen counter? Are the paper piles taking over? For some mysterious reason, paper lands in every nook and cranny of our homes and offices. Here are three great options to start clutter clearing that can be done in less than an hour.
The paper piles are taking over our homes, offices and lives! Moving from paper pain to paper power starts with clearing the clutter. Here are 3 simple ways to get started that take less than an hour.
Use See it. Map it. Do it. to transform your clothes closet. Is your closet happy or heavy? Does your closet make it easy to get dressed or stressful? Wouldn’t it be wonderful to start your day gazing at your beautiful and organized closet?
Use See it. Map it. Do it. to organize your bedroom. The bedroom often becomes the dumping ground. This leads to waking up feeling tired and overwhelmed. You can organize your bedroom so that you go to sleep in a restful, serene space and wake up to a clean, fresh beginning.
Because the bedroom is behind closed doors, it’s easy to ignore the clutter that builds up there. It often becomes the dumping ground. Yet continuing to ignore your bedroom means always waking up feeling tired and overwhelmed by life. Here are 3 simple ways to get started that take less than an hour.
The 5 Steps to get organized at last It is time to learn the simpler way to organize. Earlier we talked about the foundation system of SEE IT. MAP IT. DO IT. You start with the SEE IT - take a look at where you've been. Then MAP IT - make a plan for where you want to...
If clutter clearing was easy, the piles wouldn’t be there. If organizing was easy, the chaos wouldn’t be here. Since only 10% of the population is born with the organizing gene, most people struggle.
When your piles become big problems and you feel yourself get stuck, in the mire of decisions ’cause your systems run amuck…
Your life matters in this world – your gifts, your choices, your message, your love, your thoughts, your feelings, your struggles and your growth. You are worth spending time with. So before you dive into the actions of your year and day, take the time to get clear on what matters most to you!
The new year is a new journey for you, time for new growth and adventure. But, before new can come in the old self needs to be let go. Take time to ask what you have been holding onto that is keeping you stuck. What are you ready to let go of – what habit, role, pattern, belief, person or place? Get the support you need and then take in the newfound freedom for what you are ready to become next!