For our community members with children…if you’re looking for a way to keep things your children love–but avoid the clutter problem that is super common in most households, this may be your answer!
There’s a “moment” that comes up whenever we dive into a big project that we’ve been procrastinating for a long time. It’s when we realize WHY we were procrastinating, and we have to decide to move forward or give up. Today’s podcast is designed to help you know what to do when that moment comes up for you!
Sometimes “open space” might not seem like that big of a deal, but what it does for our minds and hearts REALLY matters! Join us for some encouragement and community inspiration to create and ENJOY the open space that getting organized enables us to have!
When we are afraid, there are really good reasons. And if we acknowledge those reasons and talk about them openly, we can take their power away.
Today we’re sharing an inspiring before and after, talking about some specifics of clutter management, highlighting the power of DECIDING to change, and offering some encouragement for each one of us as we adjust our mindset to get out of the overwhelm.
We teach a lot about the “how,” but the emotional side of getting organized is JUST as important. Today we’re suggesting 2 questions that can get you mentally prepared for a big change in your life!
It’s “normal” to create super long lists that don’t even have the potential of getting completed. But what if you could change that and create lists that feel AMAZING? That’s what we’re covering today!
I used to feel incredibly frustrated when “my list” didn’t get done each day. This shift in perspective has been a game-changer. Come join the conversation!
Looking for some practical motivation to get things moving and overcome procrastination? Alia (my 22-year-old daughter) and I sat down and shared how “microbursting” has become a habit in our lives that has really helped us to get past the overwhelm. The goal is for this to feel so easy that you start completing your OWN microbursts!
Does it sometimes feel like each day is a puzzle that needs to be fit together? We evaluate what’s on our schedule, which routines we want to complete, the needs of our family, friends, and neighbors, the work we need to do, etc. There’s also a bigger life puzzle–where we consider which projects and decisions will best help us to achieve our goals. Today’s podcast was recorded out on a walk–and I hope the thoughts and ideas here are helpful to you!