Hello Friend – as a new season opens, I am keenly aware of shifts many of us start to make within our home environments. You already know that I want your home to be one of relaxation and replenishment. In other words, a place that allows you to bring your fullest and clearest self to work, play and action. To that end, I offer three things:
Ignite Delight Accountability Group: Meeting on the first Monday of the month, this group provides information and accountability for each participant. We will discuss specific strategies for getting started, staying motivated and getting the work done. Our manner is kind and supportive and completely non-judgmental. Participants are encouraged to send before and after pictures and we may even devote a few minutes to doing the work together. We also hold each other accountable to homework and that accountability feels so, so good.
Register Here for Ignite Delight Accountability Group
Compassionate Decluttering for Adult Children of Shoah Survivors: This group meets on the second Monday of the month and does similar work to the description above but the context and shared vernacular is a bit different. We give respect to those who came before us but also live in the moment with humor and shared strategies.
Register Here for Compassionate Decluttering for Adult Children of Shoah Survivors
Sample Virtual Decluttering Session: This is a private Zoom session with me, scheduled at a mutually convenient time. Yes, I am sitting on my chair at home, telling you what to do, but the truth is that I see everything and our conversations are strategic and smart. It is a worthwhile way to get started and I offer a range of coaching packages to keep the momentum going.
Register Here for a Sample Virtual Decluttering Session.
All these offerings are on Zoom with a $20 fee. Once you click on the links you will be brought to a registration and payment form.
I hope I see you soon and I wish you the best for the months ahead. Please feel free to kindly share this link with anyone who may benefit. (Emphasis on kindly. Remind your friend that we are all in this together!)