WELCOME TO THE CLUTTER CLEAN OUT!
I know it’s bewildering to think how much our world has changed in such a short time. The revolving door of new information that we have to absorb on a daily basis is creating a lot of uncertainty and angst. At times we may even feel powerless.
If you’ve been feeling like this too, I hope you’ll consider joining me for the Destress Your Life Clutter Clean Out. I wanted to offer something of value that would not only clean up our physical surroundings, but also help us all get a handle on our emotional well-being.
When we’re faced with clutter from one end of the house to the other, it causes us to feel stressed even if we don’t realize it. Take a visual inventory of your home. Is there clutter everywhere you look?
It doesn’t take much for our physical environments to get messy. And if we look pretty closely at what’s been going on in our lives lately, chances are that’s messy too.
Want to breathe easier? Feel happy when you enter the spaces you spend the most time in?
Monday, APRIL 13th marks the start of our next group Clutter Clean Out (this program can also be done as a DIY). Plan on having tons of fun as we lighten our lives and clear some space together.
Together we’ll be setting goals, holding ourselves accountable to getting things done, and taking small steps throughout our time together.
Let’s create some structure in our day, free up some space in our rooms and bring our emotions back to a state of balance.
Imagine less clutter in your life, and peaceful, stress-free surroundings. And the best part – you get to pick what you pay! $10 or $29!
Join us! We’ll have fun, support each other and take action steps to clear the clutter!
A COMMUNITY WHO
AS YOU AND THEY
You’ll receive daily educational materials by email and through your group:
Fun, lessons and laughs
Results you’ll see immediately
You’ll participate in a way that feels right for you. You’ll set goals and be accountable for your action steps and progress in the group.
This does not include:
- Meal plans
- Weight loss
We’ll have tips to guide you along the way to help make things easier.
We’ll go room by room. We’ll give you some ideas and the “why’s, ” you’ll set a goal, then action steps and move on them! Soon you’ll find your home clutter free and more calming.
Resolve to clear the space to leave room for more productivity and calm. Whether you’re working from home now or still have an office to go to, we’ll tackle the space we’re you’re doing your part to get things done. We’ll talk about how to do it, and then make it happen.
Are there feelings, beliefs, and resentments that have built up in your relationships? We’ll spend a little time looking at ways to clear the clutter there too. You won’t believe how much lighter you can feel.
The contribution is the bonus. One man’s trash is another man’s treasure is not just a saying. You can feel good to give your gently used treasures to someone who needs it. Consider ReStore (Habitat for Humanity), your local homeless or women’s and children’s shelters, Viet Nam Veterans Collection Centers, or Big Brother Big Sister. I know that most of these places are in a holding pattern, but when they reopen their doors, you’ll be ready to help them help others.
Minimalism, clearing space, and decluttering are all quite popular right now, and there’s a good reason for that. Clearing away and decluttering your space can help to eliminate stress.
There have been many studies that show that visual complexity has an effect on our feelings.
We react to sensory stimulation. Sensory information comes from sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell. Any of our five senses can be over stimulated.
The important thing to understand in your home is our stimulation threshold. That is how much is too much or not enough. Reaching a healthy balance is important.
We are limited to the amount of information we can process. We can experience overload in a cluttered space. This overload causes stress.