Here are the most common organizational problems that eat up your time and steal your joy
Kitchen, Refrigerator, Pantry, Grocery Shopping, And Meals
You want to eat healthily, you don’t have time to shop or grocery stores overwhelm you, your pantry is a disaster, and everything gets lost in your refrigerator… oh my! This experience is having you miss out on deep connections with yourself and your family, mealtime is stressful and rushed and you yearn for simplicity and shared experiences that revitalize your energy, not deplete it more than it is already.
Let’s change that and have what is inside those spaces create nurturing experiences for all. The way food flows through these spaces can create healthy relationships not just with the food itself, but also with everyone in your home.
Bedroom, Bathroom, And Closet
Everything seems to be in disarray, and nothing is bringing you joy. You just go through the motions every day of sleeping, getting up, getting ready, and leave this space as quickly as you can. You don’t realize that underneath the surface, your soul is starving and needs some tender, loving care. What’s been neglected is you and your space reflects how you feel. Bedrooms, bathrooms, and closets are something you engage with daily and sets the tone for how your day is going to unfold, and how great you feel about yourself, or not. It doesn’t have to be this way. Let’s turn this experience into a retreat-like experience that has you feel taken care of and pampered so you can be your best each day.
Calendar Planning, Paper, Files And Schedule Management
It’s never-ending! You can’t escape it! You are always behind, apologizing for forgetting, rushing to pick up something you promised you would bring, over-committed and at the last minute you shop for anything just to check that off your to-do list… but it is not meaningful, you never feel your best nor give your best effort either. You might be the one that is always saying, “There just isn’t enough time to do all I want to do.” Or “If this didn’t happen, then I would have been able to complete xyz on time.” Or “I’ll get to it one day; it doesn’t really matter anyway.” And the piles just get shuffled, moved, or hidden from sight. If you are struggling with paper, files, and time it is usually a disconnection problem… you are compartmentalized, disconnected from one part of yourself or a part of your life that you have said is less important. Let’ reconnect you and then you will see a new way forward that has everything connect in a more seamless way and you won’t be behind, but always prepared and on top of things with plenty of time to spare.