Abundance Yet Simplicity

Hello all,

My Very First Blog Post!

Well, here I am, taking the plunge and starting my blog.  My blog is going to be about helping you to simplify your life and to make space for yourself.  How can it get any better than that?  It is all about you which is a good thing!!  So how do you make space for yourself?  I know that can be such a huge question??

Emotional space and/or physical space ? Lets talk about emotional space first.  So how are you doing when you are on your own, alone or by yourself?  Are you happy, contented, joyful, excited, or are you feeling anxious, unsure about what to do, lonely, worried about the quiet, not sure about your purpose, wandering aimlessly….. can you find some peace even among the chaos of everyday living?  What about your physical space?  Do you have a space in your home or in your life where you can go that gives you comfort, safety, joy, a place where you can be yourself, relax, think about your day, feel peace and a sense of serenity?

Would love to hear from you?…

About Kim

Kim Tremblay is a Master Organizer and a Clutter Coach. She has worked with individuals helping them clear the physical and emotional clutter from their lives since 2008. Kim founded and co-facilitated a Clearing Clutter Support Group which has helped hundreds of individuals to make positive changes in their lives. Kim is currently working virtually with clients helping them to clear the emotional and/or physical clutter from their lives. Kim is available to speak to your group about all things organizing.
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4 Responses to Abundance Yet Simplicity

  1. Thought-provoking questions!

    As an introvert, I love my alone time, but since hubby and I both work at home, it doesn’t happen very often. However, I was very surprised recently when he had to go out to an appointment – I actually felt lost when I had the place to myself!

    • Kim says:

      Thanks Janet
      Isn’t that the truth. I crave alone time too but have noticed that I feel lost too when my partner is not around. We get so used to being in space together which is a good thing. But still leaves us with the questions about how to make space for ourselves.

  2. I have all the me-time and private space I could possibly want. And I love it. I have clients, though, who truly have to be reminded to take time to nurture themselves SO THAT they can nurture others. And, being a professional organizer, I LOVE helping them create more peaceful, functional, and attractive spaces!

    • Kim says:

      That’s awesome Hazel – lucky you 🙂 I also love helping others to make the space they need for their life. Thanks for responding.

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