DeClutter to DeLight

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I’ve been asked to run two accountability groups this summer: Decluttering Paper and Decluttering Intensive. I get how hard this is and I promise you change will come as you interact, learn and support others. Please read more, invite your friends and register for the four-week session here.

In the true spirit of interconnection, I need you activated and doing your thing in the world.

You can’t get out there and make it a better place if you have to snake through your stuff or can’t find your keys to get out the door! Ask me about virtual decluttering. It works! Right off the bat, I want you to have this list of places to donate your unwanted items and keep them out of the landfill.

There are many ways to attack your clutter. If you are still looking for the one that is right for you, please spend a few moments on my decluttering website and see if my thoughts resonate with you. You can read about my guidebook/workbook, Declutter to Delight: Compassionate + Green Clutter Control or learn more about my workshops, most recently for Philadelphia’s Independence Blue Cross.

My philosophy is based on respect for you and the objects you once held dear or thought you needed.  I want you to feel success each time we meet so we break things down into manageable steps. As we clear your space we’ll aim for sustainability so you can keep it going long after we are done working together.  

My approach to conquering clutter examines the energy around your “stuff” and offers personalized strategies to send things onward.

You might need to discover why you hold on to things before you can affirm your commitment to changing your external – and internal — environment. We will establish criteria to get you started and talk about accountability and sustainability.

It is a deep honor to help older people get their documents and information in order for their eventual passing. It is a gift they can provide for the next generation and generates ease for the client. The time we spend is tender, profound and can be light-hearted and energized because, together, we reflect on lives well-lived.

As always, the focus will be on re-use when possible to keep as much out of the trash stream as we can.  Together we CAN declutter to delight(en)!

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