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Gentle January

Leading up to the end of the year and even in this moment as we approach February, I’m sure you’ve seen tons of posts about intentions, goal setting and budgets and numbers. All the things we’re going to do and change this year, am I right? I’m here to invite you to slow down, break […]

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Holiday Storage Solutions

Do you still have holiday decor or gifts lingering around your space? The holiday season is officially behind us but our homes and spaces may not be quite back to how they were after our last Spring cleaning and clearing. Here are a few simple things you can do to wrap up your holiday season […]

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Releasing and Rituals for a New Year

Some believe that the way they spend the first day of the new year sets the stage for how the rest of the year will go. I’ve always liked that concept and have found myself setting aside time the day before and the day of a new year making space for rituals.  If any part […]

How To Let Go Consciously During The Organizing Process

The most challenging part of the organizing process is by far the edit. The push and pull between what to save, what to donate and what to throw out can be scary, intimidating, and overwhelming.  We worry that… We might need it someday  We might have time to read that book, enjoy that hobby We […]

Holiday Kitchen Decluttering Inspo

With 19 days until Thanksgiving and 49 days until Christmas, you might be feeling a little bit of the societal pressure to have your home + kitchen look a certain way.  I often hear from my community the deep desire they have to live a more spacious and clutter free life, yet overwhelm stops them […]

Christine Lakin’s Clutter Healing Journey

Last month I had the privilege of embarking on a Clutter Healing® Journey with Christine Lakin in her beautiful Los Angeles home. The team and I addressed her needs with what she refers to as the heartbeat of the home – the kitchen, pantry and mudroom. I want to start by saying that whenever I am […]

My Favorite Mental Health Practices

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and I would like to offer a giant virtual hug to all those who struggle. I myself have lived with depression + anxiety since I was a child, and am just recently emerging from postpartum depression after having my beautiful daughter. The more we talk about and share our […]

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Nothing Is “Normal” About The “New Normal”

Almost 6 months into Covid-19 and all of its twists and turns, we’ve seen the term “the new normal” become a part of our 2020 vernacular. But here’s the thing, no part of what we are experiencing is normal. When we experience a natural disaster it’s much easier to understand and see Mother Nature’s destruction. […]

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Two Reasons You Can’t Stay Organized

I love showing people how simple being organized and staying organized can be. We all aspire to have Pinterest worthy looking pantries and closets but sometimes we are simply too tired to tidy, right? There is a saying out there that I never ever get tired of seeing: Being organized is just that! It does […]

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Declutter Your Space with Ease and Grace in 15 Minutes a Day

Being at home more (often while still juggling work and family responsibilities) means that you might be reconsidering how things are arranged in your high traffic areas. If you want to use some of your time at home to organize but don’t have the bandwidth to go all out, try on these five 15 minute […]