We’re Getting You All Spruced Up For Fall

We’re Getting You All Spruced Up For Fall

Hey, if you missed last week’s call – don’t worry.  Due to popular demand, I am going to do an Instant Replay “LIVE” for those of you who missed it or who want to listen in again.

Now is the time to ask the questions that you have for me.  I want you to get yourself organized and ready for the Fall season and begin anew.

F. Scott F. Fitzgerald said it best:

“Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall.”

I am going to show you some really cool tools for your task list and share with you my very own agenda.  I will walk you through the process, step by step.  Then I am going to share something with you that very well may shock you.  But it’s all for your benefit, I promise!

So here’s you second chance to join in and see what’s happening over here…

Register Now!
By attending you will also receive a copy of my latest book

And a very special offer to go along with it!

Sending you lots of love and good vibes!

Get Organized From The Ground Up

I have too much stuff…

(If only I had a nickel for every time I heard that statement.)
It’s true – during the cycle of life, there will be times when we will accumulate too much stuff.  This can be due to a number of reasons, but the fact still remains the same – it’s just too much!
When this occurs, we will need to consider the basic questions, such as:
  • What do I keep?
  • What do I let go of?
  • Where do I start?
  • How do I begin?

Now of course, these questions may seem elementary to some, but I can tell you from experience, not only do I hear these questions, time and time again, but they are very valid questions.

You see, regardless of how much stuff you have, you still need a plan.  Having a plan in tact saves you time, energy, money and reduces your stress.

You need a plan from the ground up, one that will provide you with a course of action and clear steps.

Without the plan, well, that’s like throwing caution to the wind – not so smart.  I believe in working smarter, not harder.

I also believe in investing in my time wisely.  I want to be able to see results for the time I spent – immediate and long term.   Point being, I want a return on my investment.

This is why I feel strongly about teaching you the right way to declutter and organize your environment.  I want your hard work to pay off so you feel not only great about your accomplishments but that you can reap the rewards of having it be maintained.  It’s one thing to complete something, but it’s quite another thing to keep it that way.

For these reasons, I will be conducting a workshop that will teach you the skill set of decluttering and organizing from the ground up.  Each part of the workshop will be presented in a manner that you will be able to follow and then execute with precision.  There will be a PowerPoint presentation with each class, a workbook to study from, and group interaction with your peers.  You will also receive a one (1) – one hour coaching session (Intake) and three (3) – 30 minute coaching sessions with me.

The on-line class dates are scheduled for:

Monday, April 4 – 7:00 – 8:30 PM (ET)

Monday, April 11 – 7:00 – 8:30 PM (ET)

Monday, April 18 – 7:00 – 8:30 PM (ET)

The Intake Session will be scheduled before the course begins and the remaining coaching sessions will be scheduled during the three week course – one coaching session per week.  That’s a total of 2.5 hours of private coaching with a value alone of just under $1,000.

Recap of what is included in workshop:

  • Three (3) On-Line Classes for 1.5 hours each with PowerPoint
  • Workbook
  • Peer Support/Interaction
  • 2.5 Hours of Private Coaching

Total cost of Workshop is only $399.99



As soon as you register you will receive all the information necessary to participate and get yourself prepared.  As with all my workshops, I take my time that I invest with my students seriously – so class enrollment is limited.  Please register early to ensure your space.

I look forward to the class and getting you organized just in time for the Spring season!

With love,

Patricia xo

Are You Still Holding On?

Are you still holding on to old ways yet yearning for a new way?  Think about that for a moment…yes, yes, think about that.
Holding On & Letting Go

Let me help you simplify this in the bigger picture, so to speak.Neale Donald Walsch said this and I believe he is spot on…He said,

“That yearning for a new way will not produce it.  Only ending the old way can do that.

You cannot hold onto the old all the while declaring that you want something new.

The old will defy the new;
the old will deny the new;
the old will decry the new.

There is only one way to bring in the new.

You must make room for it.”

Allow me to share something with you if I may…You see, I know what it feels like to let go.  I believe it’s a very intimate process one experiences when they release and end something.I also recognize that it can be difficult for people to let go or end something because they are fearful of the unknown.  They are not sure of what their outcome will be and worry if it will be better, worse, or if they will end up regretting their decision.

So inevitably they do nothing. 

But what most people don’t realize is that not to decide is to decide.  You are deciding to do nothing – so it’s still a decision.

Ask yourself:

  • What are you deciding right now by not deciding?
  • What are you choosing by failing to choose?

As Jack Canfield suggests:

“Sometimes people stay stuck because they fall into a dangerous trap of settling for less than they deserve in the name of gratitude.”

Here are some examples:
“Rather than taking action and asking for a raise… they say, “Well, I should be grateful I have a job.”

“Rather than taking action and asking for what they want in a relationship… they say, “Well, I should be grateful that my partner is faithful.”

“Rather than taking action and looking for a bigger house… they say, “Well, I should be grateful that I have a house when so many people don’t.”

Here’s the thing, friends… 

  • Wanting more doesn’t mean that you’re ungrateful or greedy.
  • Letting go and releasing the old allows for a grander, better life.
  • Making room for the new creates the opportunity for you to express and demonstrate your higher self.

It is time now.  It’s time to make a decision.  You don’t want to live your life by default, do you?  Here is your signal – take it!

Cluttered & Cramped?

The latest statistics show that our culture on a whole is consolidating.

It may appear that it’s as simple as “getting rid of this and getting rid of that” to make our lives neat and tidy, but we know that it does take much more than that!

You know, just as well as I do, that if it were that easy everyone wouldn’t be feeling overwhelmed when it came time to “letting things go” and organizing the rest.

It’s why the professional organizing/life coaching profession has exploded over the past few years and still is in high demand. 

People require assistance and guidance when it comes to their lovely, beautiful, sentimental things.

They want to live in a home that feels “homey” and is not referred to as a place, a house, a flat or an apartment.  They want to feel good in their space so when visitors come knocking they can feel proud to let them in and cozy up to.

Tell me, by looking at the below photographs what comes to your mind? 
cluttered & cramped
Do you think one space is better than the other? 


Do you see a difference in how their space is being used?


Do you see clutter in the spaces?
Do the pictures represent anything else for you? 
Do you secretly wish you could have a home that reflects order and style?

It’s true that everyone has their own unique style and flair for decorating – that’s what makes our homes so interesting.  It’s a reflection at some point of who we are.

Not everyone has to agree with our taste, but from my years of experience I can confidently say that everyone does agree that they don’t like clutter. 

In this class we are going to explore the many faces of clutter, and how to get motivated to want to rid yourself of the clutter by using “style and order” as a technique.

It’s a secret that I have used throughout the years with my clients and I would like to share it with you in this upcoming tel-class.
All that is required for this class is an open mind and a willing to learn and of course, you will want to take plenty of notes!  It’s going to be fun, fun, fun!

Virtual Workshop – Creating A Life In Balance

Finally, A Virtual Workshop Designed To Bring You Comfort and Ease Right In The Luxury Of Your Own Space!

The world is a crazy place – we are constantly in high gear, trying to balance our lives and still maintain some sanity in the process.
With countless to-do lists, numerous tasks and endless errands and projects, time has become more precious than ever.
It’s time for you to regain control over your life and create a sense of balance in your world.
I am so excited to bring you this fabulous workshop that I have been teaching across the nation into your own virtual space.
That’s right – A Virtual Workshop designed to bring you comfort and ease to show you that creating a life in balance is simple – we just have to know what to do and how to do it!
You can count on:

Group Coaching
Homework Assignments
Class Recordings
Individual Attention

If you click on the link below – it will bring you to another page that will give you more detailed information on the workshop and how to register.
So go ahead –  check it out!


I can’t wait to see you in class!

Why Can’t I Get Organized? Help!

My Dear Friend,

With respect to your situation and current affairs…I must speak the truth. You have confessed to reading and investigating organizing options every which way you turn…and the reason for your delayed success is quite frankly, this…

Self help techniques are failing you because you need a customized program. One that will help you come into your own and figure out what is best for you and your family. Period.

This does not mean it happens over night…the success you seek – the calm, quiet of your mind and space is something that you work towards and then maintain for life. Again, period.

Anyone else telling you differently is misleading.

I can help you if you are committed and accountable to the process that is required for living an organized life.

If you feel you are up for the challenge, I can offer you many coaching options that we can work through.

The above letter was sent in response to a woman who is overwhelmed with her disorganization and clutter. She is continually let down by trying self-help techniques that do not help her.

Can you relate to this? What are your thoughts? Are you ready to create a lifestyle that enhances your quality of life?

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