Your 30 Day Decluttering Guide is Here!

I get it – January is a great month for new beginnings. We try to establish or break habits, we set lofty goals, we make resolutions. It’s just that there are a couple of big flaws with that: We put Read More …

The Zen of Decluttering: How to Embrace the Overwhelm

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When I was a new mom (which seems like just yesterday, but my “baby” is 15 and has a learner’s permit – insert mom in denial emoji here), I felt like the lesson in “letting go” was a bit of Read More …

12 Decluttering Mistakes You Don’t Know You’re Making

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Susie is fed up with her messy, disorganized house. She knows she’s trying to fit 10 gallons of crap into a five gallon bucket, and has decided she’s had enough and is now going to take a Saturday to declutter Read More …

Ladies: How to Declutter Your Office Space in Five Minutes

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Some years back, I worked with a team of people whom I adored. They were creative, funny, and worked harder than most anyone I’ve ever met. We put in a lot of long hours, and our days were fast-paced to Read More …

Holiday Planning Made Simple

Holiday Planning Made Simple

It’s hard to believe, but the holidays are almost upon us. This is by far one of my favorite times of the year! The hustle and bustle, the decorations, the food, the parties, the gift giving, and let’s be honest Read More …

Organizing Your Kitchen Pantry – Pair With a Red Blend

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I think I’ve figured out why so many people struggle to get organized and stay organized. It’s not that the process of purging and cleaning is overwhelming, it’s that it’s tedious and boring. There is a solution. Find the right Read More …

A Three-Step Approach to Creating the Life You Want

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As promised, today we’re going to be talking about cutting through mental clutter as well as decluttering your time so that we can work toward implementing some goals. I’m a big fan of having processes anytime we want to tackle Read More …

Your Crap is a Distraction – Part 3 of Series

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Your crap is a distraction. We find all sorts of ways to distract ourselves. Television and gadgets, addictions, busyness and to-do lists, even some of our relationships. Having a lot of extra clutter and convincing ourselves we somehow need it Read More …

What is that one thing you know NEEDS TO GO?

*This post contains affiliate links We’ve all got that one thing that needs to go. That one thing hanging around our necks like an albatross. It’s weight that once released, could change our lives. The Chinese have Feng Shui, we Read More …