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I grew up in Tucson, AZ on the corner of a small residential street and Wilmot Road. Even though it was a safe neighborhood, Wilmot was a busy street all hours of the day and night. The nights seemed loud and intense, especially to a young girl with an active...
I sat on my friend’s balcony in southern Italy sipping a cappuccino as I looked out over the rolling green hills filled with olive trees and yellow wild flowers. The warm ocean breeze kissed my skin as I took a deep breath, having finally slept a solid 12 hours after...
Believe it or not, clutter is not the villain we might make it out to be. Clutter, by contrary, can be a useful tool in helping you uncover the deep rooted emotional baggage you’ve been carrying around for some time. Clutter speaks–we just don’t necessarily want to hear (or maybe we’re not yet ready to hear) what it has to say. Because when you listen, I mean really listen to what your clutter has to say to you, it means that you must confront the often gut wrenching feelings tied to your clutter. It’s so hard, but so worth the reward that waits on the other side of your stuff–I promise.
I have just completed a major overhaul of my kitchen. I purged my pantry and eliminated everything that was expired. Yes, those expiration dates catch up with professional organizers too. I solidly evaluate who I am in this new space and release anything that doesn’t serve me.