I’ve Konmari’d My Clothes…Now What?

Are you one of the multitudes who’ve hopped on the downsizing bandwagon and purged your closet keeping only what sparks joy? The Konmari craze of decluttering exploded worldwide with Netfix’s show Tidying Up With Marie Kondo. If you have been busy downsizing your belongings, have you taken the next step of getting rid of them?Continue reading “I’ve Konmari’d My Clothes…Now What?”

No Clutter=Easy Clean up

Ever since I received the news of our impending move (which thankfully has been pushed back a year) I have been on a quest to tackle every item in my possession to decide if it is worthy to be packed in a box. I am amazed how a de-cluttered thing here or there adds upContinue reading “No Clutter=Easy Clean up”

All Good Things Must Come to an End

Were you ever in a relationship that needed to end?  Even when you knew it was the right decision it did not make breaking up any easier. The time has come to break up. The relationship I am referencing is not with a human but with Facebook.  We’ve been in a long term relationship almostContinue reading “All Good Things Must Come to an End”

Second guessing and de-cluttering

I believe the majority of people are honest, decent, and tell the truth to others. But what about telling the truth to yourself?  Are you honest?  There’s that little voice inside that advises you. Sometimes it whispers, sometimes it yells.  Do you hear it?  Do you listen or ignore? How does little voice relate toContinue reading “Second guessing and de-cluttering”

Ask yourself this question”Does this ‘spark joy’?

One benefit of de-cluttering is that it teaches you to listen to your intuition. Usually there is so much ‘noise’ that we don’t hear that inner voice. If you use Marie Kondo’s rule of thumb of ‘Does this spark joy?’, then you have to go with that gut instinct. When I’m Koaching, watching the facialContinue reading “Ask yourself this question”Does this ‘spark joy’?”