Imagine having a special place to have fun as a family - movies, games, stories, laughter. Before Now imagine it being covered in stuff. This amazing client reclaimed a room (and much more) when we found new, appropriate homes for all the things that had taken over the entertainment room. After What spaces and activities … Continue reading Movie Nights are Back
Retired, empty-nester, wife, mother, grandmother, and friend. In the middle of a session she said to me, "I'm glad I'm doing this now. I can't imagine having to go through this after suffering a loss." We were up to our necks in items that needed to be decided on. Things that hadn't been seen in … Continue reading Before You Suffer a Loss
Years ago I created the image below. Little did I know that I would be continually learning this. I'm not a huge fan of doing things that are hard for me. (Helping you declutter and organize is easy for me so never you fear!) I keep choosing to do the hard things first and I … Continue reading Do the Hard Thing
Every February and August I run a fun game over on Facebook. Toward the beginning of the game I ask everyone what they think their biggest obstacle will be. Every round we've done at least one person mentions "sentimental stuff." #LRSOMG is not the time to deal with sentimental stuff but I would like to … Continue reading What About the Sentimental Stuff?
I'd like to tell you a story about how a tennis ball changed my perspective on junk. About eight years ago I did my first spending freeze experiment. There are several reasons people do spending freezes. This time I was doing a spending freeze to be more mindful about when, where, and why I was … Continue reading One Tennis Ball