The Inside Scoop On How To Be Organized


I have some inside scoop for you!

Would you like to know why some people have little or no clutter at all and are more organized?

There’s something they do that sets them apart from people who struggle with clutter and disorganization.

I can sum it up like this:


They are deliberate about what they own, buy and choose to keep.

They know what brings them joy and happiness based on utility and purpose.

So what about you?  Can you say the same or are you struggling?

If you have it under control, good for you!  But if you’re struggling, ask yourself:

Why am I buying this and why do I own it?Do I still need to keep this or would some one else use it?

In my upcoming class, 7 Habits of Organized People, I’ll help you get crystal clear on how to reduce your clutter and get super organized.

You can get all the class details of the 7 Habits Of Organized People by clicking HERE!

See ya in class soon!

7 Habits Of Organized People; A New Course

Do you ever wonder what’s different about a person who is organized from someone who is not?

If you’re like most people, you probably think it’s because they were “born” that way – it’s their gift.

But what if I told you that’s not the case at all.

There are solid reasons why some people are more organized than others.

The good news is that you can become better organized too! 

All you need to do is learn what stands them apart (what they’re doing differently from you) and follow what they’re doing.

And I’m going to make that very simple for you to do with my new course: 7 Habits Of Organized People.

I’m going to show you the top 7 Habits that highly productive people do that  make them efficient and super organized. 

If you’ve been struggling, beating your head against the wall, trying to figure out why you can’t “BE” organized like other people, this is the class for you – so don’t miss it!

You can get all the class details of the 7 Habits Of Organized People by clicking HERE!

Taking Care Of Your Living Space Is Taking Care Of You

Self-care is loving yourself – body, mind and living space.

Many people don’t realize that taking care of your living space is taking care of you.

Remember, your home is a reflection of how you are feeling.

Be good to yourself.

Check out this link if you need help:



It takes courage to crawl

It takes courage to crawl when you feel like you can’t move and everything is a struggle.

But remember, that one little movement, that tiny little crawl, can springboard change.

If you’re buried beneath the clutter, exhausted by the mental chaos, don’t underestimate the power you have inside of you! You’re stronger than you think.

Start with something just enough to get the wheels in motion – it doesn’t matter how small it is.

For now crawling is courage – remember that.  It’s okay.  Things will change with movement.

If you need support, you can check out my step-by-step program that can help ease the transition into clutter-free living.

Or if you’d like to schedule a complimentary call with me, you can simply CLICK HERE!


Let’s Lift Each Other Up

Think about how you can change a person’s energy just by doing the following:

Compliment them.
Magnify their strengths, not their weaknesses.

Amazing things happen when a person feels confident and believed in.

Especially when undergoing a deep de-cluttering of life.

De-cluttering is a process and there will be times of doubt and struggle. By default, this is the time most people forget how strong they really are.

But we must remember what we are capable of. This is done by recalling all our successes and accomplishments and reliving the feeling.

Soon you’ll realize that de-cluttering is just another strength you will be able to demonstrate.

Then give back and lift another by magnifying their strengths.

It takes courage and strength to de-clutter our lives

De-cluttering is a perfect example of this. Sometimes it may feel overwhelming but you push through anyway because you know once you get to the other side… you’re going to get peace of mind!

It takes strength and courage to look at our lives and be honest about what needs to change.

Letting go and releasing “things” in our life is an act of bravery and should be respected as such.

Never under estimate the power of “letting go.”  There’s so much peace of mind in store once you do.

To learn how you can consciously de-clutter your life, take a look at MINDFUL TOOLS FOR ORGANIZED LIVING.

I’m Teaching A New Class On How To Tame Your Stress

Did you know that an estimated 75 to 90 percent of all doctor visits are for stress-related issues and ailments? (American Psychological Association)

And did you also know that most clutter cases are usually stress-related as well?

In today’s society we are triggered by many things that leave us feeling stressed out.  The problem is, If we don’t learn how to deal with the stress it will eventually build up and manifest itself in unhealthy ways.

Stress does affect our body, mind and living environment.

I’m going to be teaching a class on how to tame the stress and calm the clutter.  If you’re interested, you can check it out by clicking on the link below.

With all my classes, I have limited amount of seating available, so be sure to register early to avoid being wait-listed.

See ya in class soon!


What’s Your Happiness Worth To You?

What’s it worth to you to live a clutter-free, stress-free, healthy life?

Don’t kid yourself, clutter is stressful and also causes many health problems.

Did you know that an estimated 75 to 90 percent of all doctor visits are for stress-related issues and ailments? (American Psychological Association)

And did you also know that most clutter cases are usually stress-related as well?

There are options for you if you struggle with clutter. Clutter isn’t fun – it’s downright painful.

You don’t have to live with clutter – you can be happy and I can show you how.

If you’d like to learn more about how to live a healthier lifestyle – register for my upcoming class:

Tame the Stress – Calm The Clutter

You can register by clicking HERE!


Tame The Stress – Calm The Clutter

There are many reasons why we get stressed out and we all handle our stress differently.

But one thing’s for sure, we all fall prey to the effects of living with stress.

Stress can affect us both physically and mentally, from common complaints like tummy ache and headaches, to putting a strain on your relationships with others.

But stress can also cause us to manifest outwardly with clutter.

For example:

My experience as a Clutter Coach has shown me that stress can cause people to feel lethargic and therefore hinders their productivity.

The level of stress and energy level can then influence how much a person is able to get things done.

The problem is, if the underlying reason for the stress is not understood and managed, it can cause a cycle that only perpetuates the manifestation.of clutter.

If you’re feeling stressed or are interested in learning more about stress and clutter, I’d like to invite you to my upcoming class:

“Tame The Stress – Calm The Clutter”

Just click on the link below to register and I’ll be seeing you in class real soon!



Note:  Seating is limited so please register early to reserve your seat!


Mindful Tools For Organized Living

Mindfulness Program All In One


Have you ever tried to get something done that’s very important but your heart just isn’t into it?

It feels strange because it’s contradictory to what you’re saying you want to do, right? Part of you knows it would be such a relief and it makes so much sense, yet you just can’t seem to find the motivation to get it done.

Do you ever wonder why that is?

Well, here’s the thing. Your mind has a lot to do with how your heart is feeling.

You see, if you don’t have clear direction, a path with steps to follow, through to completion, your heart is simply not going to be into it.

I know it sounds funny, but it’s true.

If your mind doesn’t have clarity you will find yourself procrastinating. As Brendon Burchard would say, “Your heart is going to ask you to pause.”

In my program, Mindful Tools For Organized Living, I address this issue thoroughly because I know that most people who have clutter have problems with procrastination. I also know that frustration, stress and overwhelm is a result of not having clarity.

If you’re an on-line learner, Mindful Tools For Organized Living is a video tutorial that walks you through, step-by-step, the process of decluttering your life and Mindful Tool #5 specifically deals with how to overcome procrastination.

If you prefer one-on-one support, The Mindfulness Coaching program is your best choice for rapid results. If you’re interested in learning more about this, simply schedule a call with me HERE!

Either one is guaranteed to help you get out of your rut and on to being productive.

I hope this clears up the mystery a bit about “matters of the heart” and look forward to helping in any way I can.