Usually when there’s a task you’ve been putting off or avoiding, it’s because it feels too big and scary. And so the way to get it done is to break it down into micro tasks. Watch this video to learn how to get things done by finding the very next step you need
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I encourage you to take a look at the stories you’ve been telling. Are you the victim in those stories or the hero? Did you overcome challenging circumstances? Or are you always 1 step away from another disaster? Are your stories serving you? How can you tell them differently so they support and serve
The number 1 thing people mention when they’re frustrated over clutter is motivation. They want to feel motivated so that they can clean up their homes. That makes sense, right? If you are motivated, you’ll get to work and do the thing you know will make you feel better. But the problem is that
Can you relate to any of these common fears? – fear of public speaking – fear of the dark – fear of rejection – fear of missing out Notice that all these fears are based on avoiding a feeling! Watch this video to learn why feelings are actually harmless and how you can allow
White space is leaving room to breathe (for your possessions and for yourself). It’s the space in between the beloved things. This space allows us to enjoy and treasure our things much, much more than if they were crammed in to the bursting point. Watch this video to learn how why you should use
Have you ever watched a class of second graders tackle a math test? The teacher hands out the papers and as soon as she says, “Go!” they’re off to the races. They get busy right away, chubby little hands writing crooked numbers and maybe counting on fingers just a little. Unlike many adults who
A recent study found that people who are unable to frown due to botox injections are happier on average than people who are able to frown! I get such a kick out of this LOL Watch this video to learn how to “hack” your way to happy even when you really don’t feel like
So much of our fears and procrastination in life comes down to fear of failure. What if I make a mistake and give away something we’ll need again? What if I start decluttering and am unable to finish? Will my family laugh at me? What if I get my hopes up and I just
You’ve heard me say to “download your brain” and get all those thoughts swirling around in your head out and into a system. Today I want to encourage you to take it one step further and use handwritten notes. Watch the video and get the worksheet to consider how you can use writing by
Last week, we talked about how everyone has an “inner toddler” who likes to try and run the show. Watch the video and get the worksheet to contemplate how to “be the adult” and get those hard things done instead of letting about whether your inner toddler is running the show. Recommended Resource:
Welcome. I’m Sarah!
I’m the creator of Decluttering School (formerly known as Early Bird Mom), lover of organized spaces, encourager to women and mom to four boys. Click here to read more!