You may not remember, but we started this major organizing project earlier this year. My client has been out of the house for several years and now we need to sort and purge throughout the entire house as we prepare for renovations early next year. We are ready for the first of many Purple Heart pick-ups. We have over 16 huge bags of just clothes and shoes. Here are a few project update pics…
Next month, we start working on the basement. Stay tuned for more pics…
Although, I understand the push for us to return to the office and our children to go back to school, let’s not move too fast… we are not out of the woods yet. Here are some tips for going back to the office that you might find helpful:
“Don’t jump right in. Put your toe in the water. Go back to your office before your official start date. Look around. Sit in your chair.
When you do your dry run, take some cleaning products with you and spend some time getting your space ready.
“The right wardrobe can help you transition back into your role. Consider buying a new outfit or refreshing your wardrobe a little by adding pieces that make you feel comfortable.
We hope that you had a Fun & Relaxing Labor Day Holiday!
I took a little break from social media for the past few weeks, so I hope that you’ve begun to tackle your closet and you are breathing a little easier. My break should have also given you a little more time to complete the two most difficult steps of the process, which were Sorting and Purging. Today we’re going to work on Organizing, the final step of the organizing process and to me, the step which is the most Fun!
We are in the homestretch of this journey and again, I ask that if you have any questions, concerns, ideas or suggestions along the way, simply leave us a comment.
Our overall goal is to show you that the organizing process is fairly simply, although at times, it may appear to be somewhat overwhelming. We will guide you through the entire process, one step at a time. Believe it or not, organizing has only three (3) steps:
Sorting – We will touch every item and separate them into various categories, i.e. tops, bottoms, dresses, etc..
Purging – We will guide the client through the decision-making process (Keep, Donate or Discard)
Organizing – We will find the right place for all items and put the space in Order.
We will begin to tackle our closet by looking at Step 1 – Sorting!
It’s Time to ReVamp our closets and we are here to help!
Please let us know if you have any questions as we take this journey together by leaving a comment or you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I would love to hear from you.
Please Stay Tuned, there’s even more help on the way!
During the month of July, my “Moving Forward by Faith” Interview and Video Series focused on Self-Care, Health & Wellness. We had the opportunity to speak with Ms. Quay Holland, Integrative Nutrition and Autoimmune Health Coach and Owner of Q ur Body Lifestyle LLC. She answered the question, What is Wellth? and much, much more. Ms. Holland believes that while on our life’s journey, we discover that we lack purpose, alignment and true WELLth™ in many areas of our personal, professional, financial lives. This unstable lifestyle can negatively impact our bodies, minds and souls in profound ways, like unhealthy relationships with food, environments or individuals and lack of self-care. It’s time for a change!
We also shared some Words of Wisdom from Ms. Mocha Lee, Certified Personal Trainer and Owner of Fitness Fanatics. A very, very busy mom herself, wife and an entrepreneur, she understands that we don’t have hours to spend at the gym… and “what about our hair!” Mocha Lee suggested that we start our day with our devotionals, prayer and meditation. Then, if we would spend ONLY ten minutes in the morning with low impact cardio exercise, we would be amazed at how much more energy we would have throughout the day.
MOCHA’S METHOD – The Four “M’s”
1. Motivation 2. Morning Movement 3. Manage Meals 4. Making Meaningful Measurements (Set Smart, Attainable Goals)
Lastly, we are working on one more video for this month, entitled“Coping during COVID” (formerly entitled “Coping with our Emotions during Isolation”), A Conversation with Dr. Sadie John, Christian Clinical Psychologist.
So Stay Tuned…
However, in the meantime, I believe that someone out there needs to hear this today!
My eyes are very sensitive to light especially when I’m trying to sleep, so a few months ago I bought some blackout curtains. They are absolutely wonderful! However, I realized that when the sun came up, the Light always found its Way into the darkness. My bedroom was no longer pitch dark … into the smallest crevices, the light had come through. For some of us, our lives seem to be in total darkness right now and for others, we encounter those moments of darkness when our situation seems hopeless. But always remember…
6 For God, who commanded the light to shine out of darkness, hath shined in our hearts, to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ.
7 But we have this treasure in earthen vessels, that the excellency of the power may be of God, and not of us.
8 We are troubled on every side, yet not distressed; we are perplexed, but not in despair;
9 Persecuted, but not forsaken; cast down, but not destroyed;
2 Corinthians 4:6-9 KJV
We are in a season of grief and loss, like we’ve never seen before… “God, it’s so overwhelming! Sometimes I feel that I just can’t catch my breath. We need to see Your Light. It feels so dark right now. But as I lay in my bed in the early morning, I see Your light piercing through what was once a room that was pitch dark. Help us to see Your Light, the Light of Your Glory. You are the only one that can strengthen us, that can hold us up, even in the darkest places. ”
We must let His Word Order Our Steps…
27 The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? the Lord is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?
105 Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.
4 Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.
5[…] weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning.
Loss is hard and Grieving is a process…
“His Light will Always find it Way into Darkness!”