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 […]

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How to Tame Paperwork and Digital Clutter

  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 […]

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20 Clutter-Free Valentine’s Gifts

Whether you are coupled or single, celebrate Valentine’s or Galentine’s, here are some great clutter-free gifts to give the people that you care about. Connect with mindful giving by thinking about the person that you are giving to and considering what they would enjoy the most. Accompany all gifts with the most important element: a […]

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The Energy of Giving and Receiving

Everything that you give and receive is energy Let’s talk giving and receiving. Its February, and chances are that you still have holiday gifts that haven’t found the right place in your home yet. Am I right? Sometimes we receive gifts that simply don’t align where we are in life and that’s OK. This post […]

Adding These Might Help You Let Go

My breathwork meditation teacher once asked me to sit down and write out the prescription for my wellbeing. He said, “if you were a doctor what would you tell yourself you need to feel free.” At the time I was struggling with depression, I felt like I didn’t know my purpose and I constantly questioned […]

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My Top 5 Tips For New Parents

As you may know, we recently welcomed Miss Olivia Sage into the world last October. Becoming a parent comes with a lot of joy and excitement but it comes with a lot of unknowns as well. When it comes to all the baby gear, clothing and toys, it’s easy to become overwhelmed with questions. Where […]