You have a unique opportunity to carve and craft a new future; your Plan B. It will look very different, but you CAN really create a new life to love.
I know that organizing your life after loss is hard. I also know it won’t begin until you can get yourself into a better mental space.
The hidden cost of clutter in your life is the message it sends to your psyche.
Organizing and elevating are the finishing touches on any organizing project that will take you from mess to success.
Editing allows you to intentionally and methodically evaluate your things and decide what you want to hold onto and what you want to let go.
By creating a clear plan of HOW you will get organized ahead of time, you’ll be primed for success!
Finding your big why will ground and connect you. It can be your North Star as you carefully sort through your loved ones possessions. You can do this!
You can get organized in your life after loss, you just need to learn how. My six steps can help you tackle overwhelm of decluttering and organizing.
A large part of moving forward is letting the things go, and in the process, making peace with the fact that our loved one will not be returning.
Dealing with your possessions is an integral part of integrating your life before your loss with your life after your loss. Its about remembering, releasing, and embracing. What About the Stuff? In the beginning of your grief process all of your objects, collections, and things may be of comfort to you. Those items represent yourContinue reading “What About the Stuff?”