Some thoughts that can make it hard to let go?

This can be a hard decision.  There are reasons why this is hard.  

Are you……

  • Hanging onto items because you paid a lot of money for them?  
  • Feeling like you have to keep gifts that were given to you even though you don’t use or love them? 
  • Holding onto those treasures that once belonged to your loved ones out of a feeling of responsibility and guilt?  

I hear comments from my peeps like these a lot.  

“I paid a lot of $ for this, how do I let it go”.  

We are not likely going to get the same amount of money that we paid for something. Instead of letting it go, we tend to hang on to the item like we have strings attached to it. Even though we are not using it or even planning to use it we just cannot seem to let it go. There could be a feeling of failure or guilt about the object especially if we have never used it. It feels wasteful and we think that we “should” be able to get $ for the thing. The reality is likely we are not. The thing is we all make mistakes. It’s okay, we are human. We can accept that we made a mistake and move on from it. 

Do a little research and see if others are selling a similar item.  What are they selling the item for and more importantly, what are they actually getting for it?  Is it really worth your time and energy to try to get the amount that you believe the item to be worth?  Have you tried to sell an item only to realize you spent a lot of time and you still have the object.  Maybe it’s time to part with the thing.  

“I cannot let go of this gift that was given to me by my friend, what if she comes over and I do not have it out on display or her feelings get hurt”?

Gifts are given with good intention from the giver, however, once a gift is given, it is an exchange of energy that is now up to the person who has the gift to do whatever they want with it.  Gifts do not have to be kept forever!  Would the gift giver want you to struggle with this decision about keeping this gift or not.  It’s really okay to re-gift too as long as you remember where the gift came from and you do it discreetly.  

“I cannot part with these items that my mom loved so much.  I feel like I won’t be honouring her memory by letting them go”. 

Do you feel like you are the responsible one who needs to be the keeper of things? Were you told by a loved one that these items will be worth something “someday”. Maybe you were told that you “should” never get rid of these items.  Oh my!!  Well, things have changed!  Your life has changed! These heirlooms or other items are likely not going to be as valuable as you think.  Are you afraid of forgetting or dishonouring your loved one?  There are ways to honour your precious memories without keeping everything. Your memories of your loved ones are in your heart, not in their belongings.

Remember:  “You do not need to clog up your home with things that you do not use or do not love” 

What do you think? Are you able to let go of items like this? It is okay to donate these items to someone who will be able to love and use them. Do you need some encouragement? Hop on a call with me here and I can help.

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Welcome Spring!

Yay it’s Spring!

It’s that time of year when we feel motivated to clear out from the long winter in anticipation of longer daylight hours knowing that spring is just around the corner. I always like to do a couple of projects in my home knowing that soon I will be spending more time outdoors.

Warmer weather allows us to open windows and to get some fresh air flowing through our homes. It’s a great time to declutter what no longer is loved or used and no longer serves us. We do change as time goes on which means our space needs to change as well. Being able to open the doors can give us that lift we need in order to get motivated. I love getting outside and seeing that new growth sprouting out of the ground. Mother Nature knows when it is time to make a change. Here are 7 of my tips that I hope will help you to get motivated.

Seven Tips for Happy Spring Cleaning/Clearing

  1. If you have houseplants this is a real growth period for them. They love the stronger sun, usually indirect lighting and the extra watering and attention. It’s also time to plant some seeds if you have the space and a great window.
  2. This is a great time to get all of the garbage, newspapers, and cardboard ready to get out to the bin or to the curb because it’s easier to get out and about.
  3. When the sun is shining through the windows and you are seeing the dust on the windows, on the blinds or the dust bunnies on the floor, clean it up right then. These are often areas that are unseen.
  4. Have you been noticing any winter clothing (coats, boots, mitts) that are scuffed up, missing buttons, with rips, holes?  They really need to go!  Hopefully, soon we can get rid of these things and next year they could be replaced with something better.  You deserve the best, my friend!
  5. Cleaning up the entrance way, shaking out some rugs, sweeping the floor can really feel good and can really pave the way for new energy to come through your door. It is the first area people see when they come into your home!
  6. Seasonal change of clothes.  You might not want to rush this but it can be helpful to start thinking about what you may not have worn all winter. It might be time to let go of some of these clothing items. Then you can assess your spring wardrobe.
  7. Sell or donate something that is big that you would like to let go of. Once the weather is clear you might not mind people coming in to your home to pick up the item.

What are your best tips for Spring Cleaning/Clearing? Please share below…………..

Do you need more help to get motivated?

I can help you and would love to work with you. I work virtually with you offering my expertise, guidance, support and accountability. Here is a link to book a 20 minute Coffee Chat with me or just send me a quick email and we can make a plan.

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The Rise of Trinketization

Trinketization Definition “cheap goods that are mass produced for tourists to be then seen in yard sales the summer after the trip” Wow!

I learned about this last week in my “Declutter Your Life and Mind” Facebook Group. Wow! I looked up the meaning of the word and it was hard to find a lot of info. There are, however, a number of articles written on this subject. Here is just one of them. It’s called Trinketization and The Manufacture of the Exotic. So Interesting!

Photo by David Tip on Unsplash

This came up during a discussion about Why we have clutter? There are a lot of reasons why we save clutter or why we collect it. They are as unique as the individuals themselves.

Some of the thoughts that group members had were: our parents had clutter, living through the depression or our parents did, loneliness, advertising, keeping up with the Jones’, endorphin high, lack of direction, laziness, sales, inability to part with things, collecting things, whew!! It seems there is so much more going through our daily lives than our parents or grandparents had. We pick up literature like handouts, junk mail comes in, thrift shops or yard sale finds, cheap stuff on sale, on and on. It can feel like there are just too many choices.

What if we look at our thoughts and beliefs that come up as we work on our stuff.


Our items might give us a lot of comfort and a feeling of safety. Perhaps our stuff helps us to feel less anxious. The thought process goes something like this:

“Without this, I’ll feel really vulnerable”

“I could never tolerate getting rid of this”

“I feel comfortable around my stuff, it makes me feel better”

Mistakes or Loss

Getting rid of possessions can feel like a loss of opportunity or information and seems like it could be a mistake that could feel really big. The thought process goes something like this:

“If I let this go it could mean losing information that might be important”

“Throwing something out and finding I needed it later would be a disaster”


We might think that all of our items are special, have value and need to be saved.  Even unimportant things like old receipts or empty containers can seem very important.  The thought process goes something like this:

“This is so unique that there is nothing else like it in the world”

“If I can imagine a use for something, then it must be worth saving”

“If I don’t keep this information now, I won’t be able to get it again”

“I could only give this to a person who would appreciate it properly”


Possessions can represent who I am, who I was or who I imagine myself being  – an artist, a Crafter, a Designer, items from a past job or previous relationships. The thought process goes something like this:

“Part of my thing is sharing, I like to buy things to give to others”

“Throwing away this possession is like throwing away a part of me” 

“I love finding and purchasing this art work, craft supplies  and some day……..”


Items are kept (preferably in sight) to avoid forgetting important things.  The thought process goes something like this:

“Saving things means I don’t have to rely on my memory”

“My memory is so bad I need to keep things in sight or I’ll forget about them”

“My past is important to me so I try to hold onto it”


A Belief that perfection is possible and that mistakes are terrible.  The thought process goes something like this:

“I feel like I have to read and understand everything before I can discard this article, newspaper or magazine ”  

“I must organize everything exactly right or I might as well not do it all” 

Possibly you can relate to some of those thoughts and beliefs that come up for you and think about whether they are true or not  Maybe you can challenge some of those beliefs.  

Ask yourself? Is this absolutely true? What is the evidence that this is true? Could you think differently about this thought? What would be an experiment you could try to challenge this belief?

Please share your thoughts in the comments below or lets set up a time to chat. I offer 30 minute complementary consultations.

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My 2022 Year in Review

2022 in Review

It is so good to look back and to assess what we have done, what went well, not so well, what we are proud of and what we could do better. As we wind down 2022, I would like to share with you my review of 2022.

I tend to make a list of things I want to accomplish for the year and I did pretty well with my list this year.

I had a number of things on my DIY list and I was able to accomplish a few of them.  

  • got my Grotto (aka Garage Door) repaired and painted
  • side door and window frames painted on grotto 
  • planter boxes spray painted black
  • new back deck 
  • new front porch
  • new office space  – I now have walls and a door 

And more to come…….I just love fixing up my house – makes me so happy

Near Death Experience

You may recall this story which happened in late spring and was very scary to say the least.  Lost a big part of my huge maple tree in the backyard but other than some patio furniture and a big cleanup, no one was hurt.  Link here if you would like to read more of the story.

The Voyage and the Return

I wrote my second Chapter in a multi-author book which was released in June 2022.  It is called “A Change of Heart – A Love Story”.  I purchased quite a number of books which really came in handy when I was laid up with my broken ankle.  So many people came forward with meals, books, flowers and messages of healing and hope for me.  I was able to gift my friends with a copy of my book.  Here is the link to purchase if you are interested.  The stories are all so inspirational. 

Or if you send me an email, I will send you my chapter.  No cost!

I offered my first Masterclass online “The Magic of Decluttering” and it was a great success.

You can sign up here to get more information.

I was on a roll and then I fractured my ankle on July 19 and had to have surgery on it. This happened on the first day of our planned summer vacation so it was no fun at all. I continue to heal as it is a long healing process.  

There are blessings in everything that happens to us and even though they can be hard to see sometimes I know they are there.  I feel grateful that I am able to walk again especially after being non weight bearing for over six weeks. The fact that I can drive again is amazing to me.  Just to have that freedom.  So much we take for granted.  

Some of the things I learned from breaking my ankle: 

I have learned that:

  • I don’t always have to do everything and I can ask for help
  • there are many people who love me, care about me and support me
  • my partner and grandson will be there for me when needed
  • I am more resilient than I thought and I never give up.  (Well that last part I already knew)
  • I need to slow down and pay attention and honour my body
  • I am so grateful that I can walk and drive again.  (We take so much for granted)
  • I can surrender to what is
  • I am a good patient and always keep a positive attitude
  • I am respected in the community and I am amazing.
  • I can do more than I think I can
  • healing takes timebad days happen but then the clouds clear and the sun comes out and it feels like hope.

Space For You

I took a break from focussing on my business during the first part of my healing and just concentrated on getting better.  I did a lot of reading, meditating, napping and just listening to my body and taking care of me.  

The Facebook Group Declutter Your Life and Mind has continued to be active and quite vibrant with lots of great discussion and inspiration among members.  

I felt honoured to take on the admin for The London Facebook Group and this has been very eye opening and I am learning a lot.  

I was actually considering closing down my business but I cannot imagine not doing this work. This work has been my passion for so many years and I decided I am not about to stop now.  So here I am continuing to serve you and work with you to help you to clear the physical and emotional clutter from your home and life. 

What do we want for 2023? How can we be the best we can be? This is what I posted in one of my groups today

“I just read that a high quality life has more to do with what you remove from your life not what you add to it” What do you want to remove from your life for 2023?

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Get Organized After the Holidays….(even if you are feeling stuffed)

Holidays can be a hard time for a lot of us and if that is the case for you make sure you are extra kind to yourself.  There have been a lot of changes in my family which has made it difficult for me as well. I have really just focused on the blessings in my life and I am so grateful every day for love, good health and for you. I love this work!

If you are having trouble getting Organized after the Holidays, I have a few tips for you:

Gift Wrap

If you are done with all of the gift wrapping or have a few more to do (like I did – I finished yesterday) then you can put all of it away.  Think about your system for how you store it away.  I have rolls of wrapping paper from years ago that is slowly getting smaller.  There is a spot under my stairwell where they fit perfectly.  All of my other wrapping items (tissue and bags) live in a big shopping bag.  

Ready for an after Christmas visit with my grands

Tip:  Take the tissue out of the gift bags.  If it is still good fold it up and if not throw it out.  Fold up your gift bags that are still in good condition to be used for next year.  Store all in a shopping bag or a box.

Christmas Cards 

I usually get a few cards.  Always a surprise as I don’t give many out myself.  The last few years I kept them and cut out the pretty pics to use for gift tags.  This year I didn’t use any gift tags.  I love to keep my cards to look at the next year when it’s time to get out the Christmas Decor.  Old Christmas cards have come in handy for arts and crafts with my grands. So fun!

Christmas Tree

How long do you keep up your tree?  I have always kept mine up until after New Year.  They are so pretty and I could leave Christmas lights on for many months. Are there a lot of ornaments you are not using?  It can be a good time to decide what you don’t need or want moving forward.  However, this might not be the best time to donate.  What about putting them in a bag marked “donate” for next year when you open up that decoration box?  Hmmm?  I think I will do that as well.  

I bought a small tree this year from Michaels (a Craft Store) and I just love it.  My bigger tree was donated a couple of months ago and I hope it went to someone in need.   

Simplifying for the Holidays

What are your best tips or Organizing After the Holidays?  Please share in the comments below


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The Most Searched Topic – Trauma and Clutter

Looking back over my posts for this past year and trying to come up with the most popular post for the Blog Carnival was tricky. How could I just pick one? So many good posts this year lol

It was up to us to interpret the word “best.” It could be based on the number of comments, social media shares, or some other metric, or it could be based on our own feelings about a specific post.

The Top Searches this year according to my blog site were……….

trauma and clutter connection

connection between trauma and clutter

do well trauma and clutter connection

So my most popular post and the one that I decided to choose is………….Getting Help to Declutter When You Have PTSD 

Many people I work with talk to me about their past trauma and the losses they have experienced. Having those life experiences has an affect on us and in some cases it can mean having difficulty dealing with the clutter in our lives. 

Here are a few ways trauma can affect us: 

: having a lot of our treasures around us can be a form of protection and create a feeling of safety and security – ie: our stuff cannot hurt us but relationships could

: trauma and losses in our life can cause us to want to soothe difficult emotions with shopping and accumulating possessions 

: our stuff can distract us from feeling our emotions like sadness, anxiety, feeling upset or depression

A Couple of Updates

I have switched over to Convertkit so my blog posts might not look the same as they have and it is definitely a learning curve for me so fingers crossed that it all goes smooth and easy. 

Are you having trouble with Getting Started or Understanding why Dealing with all this clutter is so challenging? 

I have the solution in my Mini Course and its free! It’s called Clutter, Acquiring and Letting Go – Three Keys to Success 

This course will help you to assess where you are on your decluttering journey. It is so beneficial to look at what is REALLY going on in these three areas and to look at what lies just beneath the surface. Developing more awareness and insights will help you to make some positive changes. 


The Good News is……..that everyone can make progress!

Here is the link to sign up for the mini course.

Happy Decluttering!

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Let’s Get Cozy with Hygge

Have you heard of Hygge?

It’s pronounced Hyoo-gah and it is a Danish word meaning Cozy.

Did you know that in Denmark it rains about 179 days a year and the sun is a rare visitor? Apparently, the happiest of all people live there and one of the contributing factors is the practice of Hygge.

Hygge is all about creating coziness in your home, your surroundings and in your life. This is a great time of year to practice the art of hygge. There is a different feeling in the air once the November snow falls and lays a beautiful blanket of white over Mother Earth. It’s cold outside, and we are all warm and cozy in our homes. On these days, I am in my happy place especially if I don’t have to go out anywhere. That is the feeling of hygge.

This time of year makes me think about making a big mug of hot chocolate, getting cozy under my furry blanket and settling in with a good book. Nice soft mood lighting, maybe adding some pretty lights (I love white ones), and lighting a few candles (keeping safety in mind, of course) help to add to the ambiance.

We recently picked up a soft rug from the Flea Market near our house and it really has warmed up our living area. A few new pillows and I am loving our cozy space. I really crave comfort food at this time of year especially after coming in from the cold. I am thinking about hearty soups with crusty bread, anything with gravy, chilli and creamy pasta dishes with cheese. (Anything with cheese really for me) Also, hygge is about treating ourselves and our families to all the good things like enjoying delicious pastries or other desserts. As I write this I am craving some gooey cinnamon rolls which is on my list for my next shopping trip. Yummy!

Clearing Clutter is also an important aspect of Hygge. The more you work on the excess clutter in your home the more hygge you will feel.

There are many books on the subject of Hygge and this is one I have read.

Are you starting to think about decorating and getting ready for Christmas or other holidays? Entertaining perhaps? Here are a list of blog posts written by my Professional Organizer friends. Get ready to party with these expert tips on Organizing for a Celebration!

I am so excited to tell you about the Clearing Clutter Boot Camp – coming in January of 2023.

Eight Week Support Group on Zoom – once a week

This group is for you if:

  • You likely know what you need to do but……every time you get started you end up giving up after a few decluttering sessions. 
  • You have read all the books on decluttering only to find them sitting on a shelf mostly unread and collecting dust. 
  • The clutter in your home drains your energy, you are tired, don’t know where to even start and just feel like going back to bed and curling up into a fetal position. 
  • Overwhelm has stopped you from dealing with the clutter!

Clearing Clutter Boot Camp can help!

Some of the benefits are:

  • Having a safe and supportive space to share with other like minded individuals
  • Motivation and inspiration from Peers knowing you are not alone
  • Having accountability for your decluttering efforts and journey 
  • Examining what is underneath the clutter struggle and why it is so hard
  • Learning some skills and strategies to make some changes in your life and home
  • Taking the time just for you and putting yourself first
  • A safe and supportive Facebook Group to share your questions, challenges and successes

Having the support, accountability and sharing challenges and successes with others will make all the difference. 

Clearing Clutter is always easier with support!

Would you like to schedule a Coffee Chat with me? You can sign up here for a free 20 minute call.

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Do you have trouble with focus?

This was me last weekend – funny story 

“So today I am watering my plants and I notice a big branch has broken off my Christmas cactus. I am thinking okay well I will take that branch and some flowers that have wilted out to the compost area.  Then I notice a beach ball in the back yard and I know it belongs to the neighbours so I throw it over the fence. I then go into the house and I want to look for some herbs to make a special tea and there are all these donations in the way. So I decide to take the donations out to the car. Then oh no!  I see the beach ball blowing down the road.  I put the donations in the car and then I notice that the beach ball has stopped right in front of the other neighbours house. So I start to hobble (still healing from a broken ankle) and just as I get close to the beach ball a huge wind comes. Beach ball continues to head down the street. Hopefully it finds a new home.” 

I actually ended up doing some yard work which was not on my radar at all but it was a beautiful day and I could see what needed to be done.  I am just so grateful that I can get out and am able to do some of these things now.

Can you relate to this?

Focus can be so challenging when it comes to working on our stuff. It’s so easy to get distracted by other things going on, our intentions which can be unrealistic and all the shiny things we are finding.

Here are some Tips To Help You to Stay Focussed

  1. Get Grounded. Have a light meal or snack, and get yourself some water or a beverage of choice. Take a few minutes to just slow down your thoughts by focussing on your breathing. Be kind to yourself.
  2. Start small. One drawer, a small area in a room, a shelf, a pile of papers.
  3. Using a timer aka the Pomodoro Technique. I really love this method and use it a lot. I especially like it for writing but it also works for anything you are working on. Think about how much time you have and jump right in. It can be surprising what you can do in a short period of time. Here is more info on this technique.
  4. If you are feeling overwhelmed, easily distracted and its a space with a lot of stuff…..a really good trick is to use sheets to hide some of the other piles that you may have not looked at in awhile. Stay focused on the one area you are working on.
  5. Eliminate distractions. Turn off your phone, even better leave it in another room. Let others know you wish to not be disturbed, close the door. Listen to some quiet music if that is helpful to you.

Clearing Clutter Boot Camp – Coming January 2023

This 8 week Support Group (online) is for you if:

You likely know what you need to do but……every time you get started you end up giving up after a few decluttering sessions. 

You have read all the books on decluttering only to find them sitting on a shelf mostly unread and collecting dust. 

The clutter in your home drains your energy, you are tired, don’t know where to even start and just feel like going back to bed and curling up into a fetal position. 

Overwhelm has stopped you from dealing with the clutter? 

Join the waitlist by sending a quick email to me at with the Subject line Boot Camp

Happy Decluttering!

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Getting Help To Declutter When You Have PTSD

If you have had a lot of trauma in your life, then you will want to have a Professional Organizer/Mental Health/Support Worker/Family Member who has knowledge and experience working within a Trauma Informed Approach. It is important to have positive support to help you with your decluttering efforts and to help you to move forward.

What to look for in a Support Person (for the worker and then the client):

Trauma Awareness

Worker: Someone who has an understanding of trauma and the possible causes.  You can learn more about the link between Trauma and Chronic Disorganization here A worker should have knowledge of the emotional, physical and psychological responses of an individual especially if they are feeling very overwhelmed.

Client: If you are in crisis, facing eviction or an emergency clean up you are likely not able to focus on what you need to at that time. An informed worker will help you with some calming and grounding strategies, help you to feel in control of what you can and help you to feel comfortable and safe.

Safety and Trustworthiness 

Worker: This will take time so it is important to get to know your client and perhaps look for some commonalities. Help the client to become aware of the safety concerns using a harm reduction approach. Let your client know that you are there to help them to create safety and comfort in their living space and to advocate for them if needed.  It is important to be concerned and focused on getting to know the client first. Doing what you say you are going to do to help and following through with the client will help you to gain their trust. I love this Maya Angelou quote.

“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will NEVER forget how you made them feel.” 

Maya Angelou

Client: Remember this is a relationship that you are working on with your Support Worker and of course trust is going to be very important. This is very personal and emotional work and it will take some time to get to know if you and your Support Worker are a good match. You will know after a number of sessions as to whether you can trust and work with this Person.

Opportunities for Choice, Collaboration, and Connection 

Worker: Offer the client options for support and help. Let client know about possible other supports in the community like support groups or other Support Workers ie: mental health. If the client is in an emergency/crisis situation help the client to be aware of where her important things are like medications, purse, wallet and keys, remote control, etc. Encourage and take the lead from your client. They really do know best about their own life.

Client: Get some support for yourself. Join a Support Group for people who are struggling with clutter in person or online. You are not alone. Learn more about yourself and what is underneath the clutter. Start to look at the reasons you save things and why you have difficulty with letting go. You are important and deserve to take this time just for you. You can make positive changes in your life!

Strengths Based and Skill Building 

Worker: What is the client doing well? Comment on those positives and build on them if possible. No need to fix anything that is working well. Encourage your client to come up with some ideas and solutions to help to make things work better. Teach and model some new skills that will help client to move forward.

Client: You are the expert in your own life. It is important that you are working with someone who encourages you to take charge of your life. Someone who will listen to your stories about your life and your possessions, support and teach you some new daily living skills and can help you to make those important decisions that you can feel confident about.

Have you had positive experiences with Support Workers and/or friends or family members who have helped you in your home?

Please let us know in the comments……

If you would like more support and accountability please join the Declutter Your Life and Mind closed group on Facebook

Need more support? Book a 30 minute free Coffee Chat with me!

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My Healing Journey (I am back!)

Here I am with my partner back out in the world again (I am on the right)

It’s been quite the healing journey for me as most of you probably know. Yeah, it’s been almost three months since I fractured my ankle although it feels so much longer.  I remember when the doctor came to me and said I could have surgery or not. He said I don’t know how long it will take to heal if you don’t have the surgery and there are no guarantees. He then said the recovery would be 3 – 6 months with the surgery. I felt like I had no choice. I just cried when he left.  He said this so very matter of factly. I guess he says that every day to his patients. Who knows? His expertise is surgery not human relations. However, I am very thankful for the work he did on my ankle. Those doctors are miracle workers.

The good news is I am on the mend.  I am walking mostly without a walker, getting around and can even get up and down stairs now. I know its not over yet and I am just at the beginning stages of physio but I am determined to be in the best shape I can be.  I am so excited to get my health and life back.

I have had a lot of time to reflect on my life, realized some things about my partner which are all good.  She was so there for me when I needed her!! I mean when something like this happens you really do realize who is there for you and what is most important. I feel so blessed to have the support of the family and friends that I have. 

I got back into reading books (not about decluttering, surprise, surprise) and this feels so enjoyable. Just really brought back those memories I have as a child laying on my bed and reading those novels I just picked up from the mobile library in my neighbourhood. It later became Eastwood Branch Library in my city. I just love it when I can’t wait to get back into the book I am reading. It has kind of felt like a dying art to me so I am so happy to have this pleasure back.

I discovered some things that I wouldn’t have if I didn’t have this issue. I discovered Transcendence which is kind of like a yoga flow but with dance and movement online and available to anyone no matter what their physical issues or status is. Its so fun! Through this I also found a Mentor who is helping me to work on every area of my life in order to be the best me I can be. I am sleeping so much better these days and I contribute it to my meditation practice. There are always blessings!  

I have certainly had to slow down which is hard for me as I always feel like I have to be doing something and I have this need to always be productive. I have had to allow others to help, have had to let go of some things (well a lot) and also have had to let go of some control as well.

I took a bit of a break from work while I have been healing and it was just a good time to re-asses and decide where I want to go from here. The best news of all though is that I am ready and so excited to get back to doing what I love which is working with you one on one and helping you to live with less stress. I am available to support up to three new clients through Virtual Organizing. These spots will fill up fast so don’t wait. I can’t wait to work together with you!

Check out my offerings here or if you prefer we could plan for a 30 minute Coffee Chat

Happy Decluttering!

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