2 days ago
A little After/Before Movie from a recent virtual Clutter Clearing Adventure with an out of state client.
She rocked this progress within the first week of our 4 week adventure! ... See MoreSee Less
This is a simple and concise distinction between decluttering and minimalism.
While I do not profess to be a minimalist, my work is inspired by minimalism.
I’ll also add that the act of clearing clutter with the inspiration of minimalism is also an act of clearing out some old emotional and mental clutter as well.
This process is truly an act of self love, self compassion, self care and self nurturing.
Caring for the self is also caring for others
Keep It Simple!
~Karen ... See MoreSee Less
While I have a general structure to my month long Clutter Clearing Adventure, I still design the process with each client for their individual needs.
Although, each client is different there is a common pattern:
2 weeks in, they HIT THE WALL.
Which is why coaching has been good for them because had they done this on their own, hitting that wall would have been the stopping point for them leaving them with yet another unfinished project.
Their motivation has petered out.
I give them permission.
I cheer them on.
I help them course correct.
I compassionately bring them back to their Inspiration.
Keeping your inspiration for clearing the clutter is the key. The inspiration is the fuel for the stamina and sometimes we lose sight of the inspiration because we feel like we have to soldier through everything.
There are times and places for soldiering on but it’s not the be all end all.
At what point do you find your motivation dwindling?
Do you need help finding and holding on to your inspiration? ... See MoreSee Less