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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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. […]
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 […]
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 […]
Stuck at home? Here are 8 easy ways to reconnect to your home and stay grounded!
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It’s officially March, a month we associate with the time changing, spring cleaning, voting and entering tax season. It’s a time of renewal but also potential financial stress. Since you need to get your paperwork and receipts in order for taxes (if you’re already done – congrats!), let me show you some easy steps […]
Gift cards, in theory, appear to be the perfect clutter-free gift. They allow the receiver to buy whatever they want or need, though their store options have most likely been narrowed. I think most people give gift cards with mindful giving at heart. They want the recipient to purchase a gift that aligns with their […]