I believe that we are in the throes of “Mental Fatigue”! Recently, I saw mental fatigue defined as “the body dragging the body across the finish line”. Have you found that your body is on auto-pilot and your brain is just going along for the ride? As I’ve mentioned, at least one of twice, there is a direct correlation between a cluttered mind and a cluttered space. So I have collaborated with Dr. Sislena Ledbetter, a social pyschologist and life coach to create an on-line interactive course, entitled “Move your Mountains”, that we believe will help… We’d like to invite you on a journey of healing and self-discovery, that we believe will help you to get your life back and find your path to greater joy. If you’d like more info, please leave a comment so that we can schedule some time to chat.
In the meantime, you will need a restful place to lay your head…
Is it your cluttered spaces or your cluttered mind? … or Is it both? Recently, I worked on a spare room/storage room of a client who decided to downsize.
Unfortunately, the sight of the cluttered space, cluttered her mind with frustration, stress and anxiety. It was time for her to confront her mountain. and you can too.. one mountain at a time!
Feeling stuck – yes, at one time we were all stuck, but now it’s time to feel free again.
Trying to identify and clear up your top 3 energy drains
Seeking mental clarity on a path to self-discovery
For More Info about a six-week live interactive, life-changing course to healing, a journey of self-discovery. (click link): “Move Your Mountains“
In the meantime, let’s take a look at that spare/storage room… As a professional organizer and coach, I can help you too. You will notice in the video that I am out of breath. Yes, it’s hard work, but I just happen to love it!
“We can reclaim our peace of mind by understanding why we are cluttering up our life, and then take the appropriate steps to de-clutter, and return balance and harmony to our space.”
Many of you may be scrambling to go back to the office a few days a week, yet you must still maintain your virtual office. So remember, whatever space you are in… Clutter is something we’ll always have to deal with, but it can be controlled. We should seek to create space that makes us feel at ease…