Lessons Learned: A Framework For Organization

 

I learned a long time ago that there is so much more to organization than meets the eye.

Organization is a platform for real growth to occur and breeds an environment that is conducive to wellness for your body, mind and environment.

Because I believe in the power of organization, I would like to invite you to my upcoming workshop:

LESSONS LEARNED
A Framework For Organization

You can get all the juicy details by CLICKING HERE!

How To Re-Focus And Find Simplicity In The New Normal

 

As the country slowly starts to open up, there are still many challenges and adjustments ahead, as people start to get back to work – new procedures and protocols will have to be put in place.
Therefore, we will need to become more mindful of our personal habits and learn how to adapt as we get used to the “NEW NORMAL.”

Now more than ever, you need to be ORGANIZED because these changes will influence your home and work environment. It is ESSENTIAL that you sharpen your skills for focus, self-discipline, and time management.

And it’s equally important to keep things as SIMPLE as possible!
A brief overview of what you’ll learn in the workshop:
  • Mind Hacks:  To overcome stress and overwhelm and maintain a positive attitude
  • Clutter Solutions: To control clutter overload in your home and work space
  • ​Motivational Tips: To ensure self-care remains a top priority for your wellness
  • Safety Strategies:  To establish new boundaries and healthy habits
  • Skill Sets: To manage your time efficiently for focus and productivity

Now more than ever you need to learn the skills to navigate your way through The New Normal.  Being organized is just one of them.

Learn more about this very special workshop by clicking the link below:

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Does Your Paperwork Need Organizing?

Do you detest all the paperwork scattered throughout your house and the energy spent looking through them?

Well, you’re not alone.

Here’s a little known fact:

“Each month, the average U.S. household receives 80 pieces of junk mail, three magazines, six catalogs and 10 credit car solicitations.  And that’s just snail mail.  When you add receipts, articles clipped from magazines, and ATM slips, it’s no wonder that piles of paper are as common in our homes as furniture (and sometimes are the furniture.)”

In other words, paperwork without organization means clutter!  Period.

That’s why it’s so important to organize all of it, including your tax documents, medical info, and even your kid’s treasured drawings.

I know how important it is to take control over paper clutter, so once a year I run a workshop on doing just that.  If you’re interested in learning how to simplify and streamline your papers, this is the workshop for you!

The class is limited to a room capacity of 10 people.  Oh, and if you register within the next 48 hours you automatically get the discount price.  But I wouldn’t wait until the last minute and chance getting locked out or paying a higher fee.

You can get all the details by clicking on the link below.  Hope to see you in class!

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If You Are Struggling Read This

Photo By:  Danielle MacInnes

Recently someone who was struggling with getting organized wrote to me asking for help.

Here is some of what she wrote: ✍️

“Why can’t I get organized?
  I want nothing more than to be free from this clutter, but I can’t seem to do it.
I start, I stop.  Sometimes, the thought of it, even though it’s what I want, seems so overwhelming. 
If it’s something I want so much, then why can’t I do it?  What’s stopping me?  
Please help me understand this.  What am I not getting?”  🤔

Here’s part of my response to her:

“There can be many reasons why you may be experiencing overwhelm, especially when it’s a goal that is very important to you.  Without knowing your situation entirely, I will try to give you a better understanding of what may be the reason behind your lack of follow through with getting organized. 

There is a theory, one that I subscribe to, that beneath one’s clutter is the inability to forgive one’s self.  You see, buried underneath the clutter is a lot of life history, with raw emotion.  When we try to “deal” with the clutter, we are then reminded of our pain that was never healed.  This can be conscious or unconscious.

The truth is, we all make mistakes in life and have regret.  Unfortunately, people with clutter have difficulty with letting go of their past. They cling to their past with shame and guilt which only keeps them imprisoned.  They don’t realize that there is greatness in their brokenness.”

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Friends, forgiveness helps us make peace with what is and discover self-acceptance and grace.  Forgiveness allows us to move forward. 

I understand that coming to terms with brokenness and choosing to forgive yourself can seem like an impossible task.  But if you are struggling with your past, feeling overwhelmed and accumulating clutter, there are resources that can help you. 🔥🔥🔥

This is one of them:  CLICK  HERE

Make Your Home Look Like A Million Bucks

Photo:  Jonny Lindner – Pixabay

 

Here’s list of 33 Home Upgrades That Cost Less Than $100.00 that might help you in the process of getting organized.

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And if you need help de-cluttering don’t forget to grab my video tutorial while it’s 50% discounted.

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And Just Like That … I Changed

I just woke up one day and decided I didn’t want to feel like that anymore, or ever again. 

So I changed.

This is what it’s like for people who just can’t take the madness and chaos of clutter.  Be it physical or mental – clutter is clutter.The heaviness of clutter is painful. Dragging around all that “stuff” day after day and the crazy mental chatter that swirls around – it’s exhausting.

It takes courage to change, but it’s possible.

And I make it a hell of a lot easier with my Mindful Tools For Organized Living program.

Patricia Diesel is the creator of Mindful Tools For Organized Living.

A coaching program that rapidly speeds up your results to overcome clutter and keep you organized for good.

She is one of the most sought after organizing experts and clutter coaches in today’s modern world.

If you are willing to learn and open to being guided, then you will be successful with this program.  Each tool is designed to empower you to be deliberate and confident as you move through the process. It is possible to change and be organized.

End the heartache today and say “Yes” to clutter-free living!

Start by clicking HERE!

Want a secret weapon to reduce your stress?

Want a secret weapon for relieving stress? Get organized.

It’s pretty much common knowledge that clutter can drain your energy. A cluttered home – a cluttered mind. But clutter also drains your finances and schedule, which we refer to as the hidden cost of clutter. Not only does it affect your energy and pocketbook, it ultimately creates a chaotic life.

Putting in the effort to get organized by establishing healthy habits, (especially if the disorganization and clutter extends to multiple areas of your life) can help reduce stress tremendously. Just think how stressful it is when you’re scrambling at the last-minute looking for your things or you show up late for a meeting because you lost track of time.

Being organized on the other hand, can leave you feeling empowered. Facing the day prepared can actually minimize the strength and duration of your stress. The key is to reduce your triggers in the first place.
Getting organized doesn’t have to be overwhelming. There are a few habits you can learn right away, such as:

• Everything in its place and a place for everything. (And that place should make sense.)
• Keep like with like.
• Dedicate 20 minutes to a task each day.

To reduce your stress, consider how organized you need to be. While you may not need your books alphabetized or have every minute scheduled in your calendar, adopting a few good habits could go a long way.

In case you haven’t heard, I’m teaching a class on the 7 Habits Of Organized People. If you want to minimize your stress and learn some pretty cool strategies, put this class on your calendar! Although I won’t be addressing how to color coordinate your clothes or line up your shoes and handbags, I can promise that you will walk away with a closet full of valuable information.

Reduce your stress by CLICKING HERE!

You Are Enough!

I recently attended a Master Class on dealing with rejection.

I had no idea what to expect but I was open to learning and was excited to take the class.

When I tell you that the experience I had was nothing short of profound, I truly mean it.

When I left the class, I walked away feeling “full.”  Full of knowledge, yes, but also an enormous amount of validation that I am “ENOUGH.”

The most beautiful words to my ears were:

“You are enough as you are, mess and all, beautiful and broken, showing up for your life every day.

That’s all you have to be and all you have to do. You’re already enough.”

Melisa Wilkins

My Dear Friends, let me tell you, you are more than enough! 

If you’re feeling broken and messy, that’s okay.  The truth is, we’re all broken and messy in some way.  But that doesn’t mean we’re not enough.

Buying “things” and surrounding yourself with excess “stuff” will  not give you the self-worth you are seeking. All it does is mask the pain and leave you with self-rejection and clutter.

In my upcoming class, 7 Habits Of Organized People, I’m going to show you one particular habit that will address feelings of lack and give you a better understanding of how to work through it.

If you want to dive deep with me, this is the class for you!

You can get all the details by clicking HERE!

I hope you’ll join me!

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!