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...

Don't let it in the door!  You've put in a lot of work on your organizing project. You've created the space to enjoy your things and you've put in the time to maintain what you have. But what about new items? How do you bring in new items and prevent your hard work disappearing under clutter again?

The first stage of organizing is CLARIFY. You need to get clear on what you really want and need before you start so you’ll end up where you want to be at the end of your organizing project

Creating space in other areas of your life is just as important.  Personal and professional change, growth and development also require space to succeed. You need sufficient space to see yourself as you want to be and do the things you want to do.

Transition is the process of getting from one chapter of your life to the next chapter, or even a different book all together.  Sometimes the change that requires you to transform your life is expected and welcomed.  At other times, it blindsides you and you're left grasping for understanding.

March 27, 2018

Living a Clutter LESS Lifestyle means: 1) Being aware of my strengths as well as my challenges. 2) Having the desire to change habits that cause clutter. 3) Bringing home less and letting go of more...and more.

I challenge you here and now to make as many decisions as possible in the coming year and celebrate the 'wrong' as well as the right decisions. Because the more you decide, the better your decisions will be.

This year, rather than give your friends and loved ones something to hold (and dust and move and store), why not give them memories instead?

February 12, 2017

Get the motivation to start, keep going, and finish the task or project you want. ID your reasons. Add some fun. Beat the clock. Rename it. Make it social. Start!

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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