As I was buying pumpkins last week, I realized that Thanksgiving is in exactly 41 days! This year has really flown by! I’m generally the one to host Thanksgiving so I love doing a big pantry edit prior to the main event. But where does one begin? This is the the number one question I […]
Entryway coat closets in small homes can be tricky beasts. They can go from clean to chaotic with the simple addition of a few hard-to-store items – before you know it you’re shutting the door just so you don’t have to look at it any more. Take a deep breath, and open the door. Let’s […]
When it comes to identifying the things holding us back from being the best possible versions of ourselves, everyone’s process is different; but one thing is almost always the same – clutter. Having a lot of clutter means you’re not making space for what really matters, you’re not leaving any room for yourself to move […]
At Clutter Healing, we love the concept of a superfood – anything that gives you maximum rewards with minimal effort (and maximum efficiency) is fine by us. A smoothie will save you time in meal preparation, while the superfood ingredients will do their job giving you tons of nutrients in every sip. We’ve got 3 smoothies recipes that will taste great AND make you feel super-good.
Are you hitting the snooze button for an hour every morning? Do you usually end up rushing through or skipping parts of your routine? Do you wish there was an easier way? There is! We have some helpful hints to guide you to a more efficient and successful morning routine.
It’s hard to be open to new opportunities if you’re still clinging to the past. It’s also difficult to take a step forward if you’re constantly anxious about the future. Both are cases of living outside of the present moment, and scientists have confirmed that it negatively affects your health. The online research journal Science found that people who dwell on the past or are preoccupied with the future, even positively, are less happy overall than their present-centered counterparts. But luckily, choosing to take on the task of organization can help you live in the now and do things you never thought possible. How?