Tag Archives: clutter
Face it – clutter happens anywhere, and it happens to you, too. You just can’t resist collecting certain things; whether it had sentimental value or it was expensive so you feel obligated to keep it – either way you’re creating … Continue reading
Has it ever crossed your mind that you have no more room in your life? I mean, for anything – the good, the bad…nothing. Stick a fork in you. You’re done.
If you sense that you are absolutely full to the brim with too many worries, stresses, projects, friends, things to do, bills, and more…read on.
Even good stuff takes up space – so all the hopes, dreams, your health, your children, the vacation you want to take… Continue reading
Everyone would rather do anything at all except clean the house. Time spent cleaning feels like time wasted that could be used doing something fun. When cleaning is viewed as a chore instead of as an aspect of family life, the person stuck with cleaning feels imprisoned. Continue reading
As her father and business coach I shared the following – ‘Man or woman looks out of window thinking great thought. That is great work. That is how great businesses, books, and blogs are first germinated – in the uncluttered mind.’
So allow me to share 5 truths why you should at times do absolutely nothing. Continue reading
Being an adult means maintaining a healthy lifestyle, being financially responsible and managing your life so it feels significant, purposeful, and fulfilling. Continue reading