Declutter every day as if you are downsizing. Helpful ideas to prepare for the inevitable, at a pace that is comfortable for you.
I don’t have enough clothes. Folks who know me could take this statement two ways. It may not be a surprise that my wardrobe is small. My Facebook friends are used to my photo posts, featuring many formerly-loved items I want to give away, such as evening wear, hats, jewelry and handbags. I drop off
Are you a minimalist? For over 15 years I have been shedding whatever I perceive to be in my way of living a satisfying life. I don’t remember exactly how this transformation started but I suspect I have been conditioned for it: years ago, living an artist’s life required moving from place to place, transferring
Well, it’s that time. The time to experience the expectations that come from an old year turning into a new one. The push for individuals to devise resolutions. I can relate to the practice of welcoming in a new year. Besides my love for champagne and toasting to anything in life, the slide into winter
Yes, there are times when I just don’t want to work. This may be because a task is difficult and I want to avoid it. Or sometimes the creative flow has become frozen in the cold weather and it’s best to just walk away and warm up! Maybe I have personal things on my mind
I love how seeing clean, clear lines around my home evokes in me a feeling of relaxation. However, how does someone find the time and energy to declutter to achieve this experience? As a coach, I work with many creative and community builders who work in a home office. Many are also freelancers who travel