Category Archives: acquiring items
How are you doing with your UFO’s? Unfinished Objects/Projects
Some of you know that I started a fun project awhile ago. After cleaning out my parents home, I agreed to take all of my mom’s collectable spoons. My mom picked one up on every trip she went on with … Continue reading
Arts and Crafts and Hobbies – Oh My!
Need some inspiration to start to organize your arts and crafts supplies? Check out these great tips! Continue reading
Emotional Responses to Your Stuff
When you think about your stuff what kinds of emotions come up? If you struggle somewhat with your stuff you may think of negative emotions right away. They may include feelings of fear and anxiety, grief and loss, sadness, guilt … Continue reading
Emotional Responses to Our Clutter – Week 3
When you think about your stuff what kinds of emotions come up? If you struggle somewhat with your stuff you may think of these negative emotions right away. They may include feelings of fear and anxiety, grief and loss, sadness, … Continue reading
Clearing Clutter Support Group Week 1
Welcome to Week 1 – I hope you will follow along for the next 7 weeks while we go through this 8 week session of the Clearing Clutter Support Group. Agenda: Week 1 Welcome, Introductions and Warm Up – What … Continue reading
What is underneath the clutter?
What is underneath the clutter? What do you think your clutter is trying to tell you? What are the messages in your clutter? Do you ever wonder why you are keeping so many things? Think about this statement for a minute. What do you think? How does … Continue reading
How Much Are You Acquiring?
Key #2 One of our first homework exercises we do in the Clearing Clutter Support Group and it is amazing what insights come out of this. Shopping, finding things, getting things given to you from well meaning friends or family, mail and flyers … Continue reading
Clutter, Acquiring and Letting Go – The Keys to Getting Started
Are you wondering how to start the de-cluttering process? It can be so overwhelming! It can feel easier to just throw our hands up and say “what is the use, I just don’t even know where to start so why … Continue reading