Now’s the time to sweep out the old air and the stale energy to allow the fresh, new energized breath of spring to enter.

The only way to keep your space organized without effort is to never, ever enter that room again. However, if you're like me, then you want to actually use the room and your possessions. So what do you need to keep the organization you've established? — A Maintenance Habit —

Are you in the middle of change?  The change may involve changing jobs, relationships, homes, cities, health challenges, or just changing attitudes and goals.  Some changes are exciting, some are scary.   Changes can be both positive and stressful or just stressful.  I always see change as an opportunity to look at my life from a different angle (whether I'm ready to or not).  Sometimes we may feel that the change is happening to us and we have no control over it.  But we do have control over how we respond.  We can take charge of our transition to the new or we can dig in...

a little bit is helpful: 3-minute dose of mindfulness. Start by doing a little bit. It's so much easier than expecting you to take it on all at once. It could be organizing your garage, clearing off your desk, or learning to juggle your tasks (aka time management).

Luckily, I am an organizer who deals with chronic disorganization and overwhelm, so I was able to take the advice I often give out to my clients:

We need to be realistic about how much time and energy we have these days. So let's Get Real. Set realistic goals and expectations. How long does it really take?

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