Doodling

Journaling for Organizing

Journaling to support organizing: A spiral-bound journal, so it can lay flat.  A set of Crayola markers. Thoughts, wants, reflections. The value of journaling to organizing ? Only you have that answer. But I will suggest that you simply start….

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The Holiday Season: There's Still Time to Organize and Simplify

There’s still time to get more organized for this holiday season; don’t give up yet if you’re feeling overwhelmed. This free, recorded webinar is about what to do with all the “stuff” and how to manage our time more easily….

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What's The Magic Organizing Number? Two Answers for You.

I get this question often as you might imagine. People ask it in different ways. “Is there a magic number for how long to keep my things? A year or something like that?” There are two ways I can answer:…

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Hung Up on Hanging Around

You’ve decided your closet is too full. Or you can’t buy clothes because you’re not honestly sure what you already have. Or you renovated the bedroom, so clothes are here, there and everywhere. Or your closet has become the “I…

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Part 2: Letting Go Questions (You may not have tried before today.)

“We cannot measure abundance by what we accumulate. Abundance is an experience of the heart, a wind that blows through us like a flute. Our treasures are in the eye, the ear, and in the heart, that feels the wonder…

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How Will I Live My Life Today?

“…for it is in the struggle of the human condition, in the searching and striving, in the muck, one often finds the real gold.” Annabel Beerel. I’m reading a gift from a client: “Staying Clear. A Roadmap for Challenging Times,”…

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