Okay, you won’t see our house on one of the hoarder reality TV shows…far from it. But, while I love to organize and make things look magazine-worthy, keeping it that way is not one of my gifts.
Yet others definitely have it! Once arriving home from a long trip, my sanity was saved by an organizer.
So when a friend recommend having Rachel Loeslie come speak at our mother’s group, I immediately jumped on it. So if you are in the Twin Cities area on Nov. 19th, come join us from 9:30 to 11:30, at Mount Calvary in Excelsior.
As we can always use the gifts of others, I’m always looking for people to add to my list of “Resources for Your Journey”, so here is another one!
Discover Your Personal Roadmap to Power, Productivity & Peace
The same mindset for running can be applied to de-cluttering. It takes time, tenacity, and yes, training. Got clutter? Before you decide you don’t, let me assure you that we all do.
Some more than others, but there are inevitably pockets, if not whole rooms, where there are things that no longer serve you, are neither useful nor pleasant for you, or you have outgrown what they used to represent to you.
At this meeting you will learn:
1) How your home is a reflection of you and what it says about you.
2) The four things you must know in order to see the bigger picture so your stuff doesn’t own you.
3) Three simple ways to declutter in minutes without sounding like a nag!
Rachel Loeslie, owner of Rachel Loeslie Organizing, is an expert in decluttering, organizing & rearrangement. She has been trained for years by her Mother, Carol, and is certified in Feng Shui through the Wind & Water School and an active Member of National Association of Professional Organizers. She started with her first clients as a teenager working with her grandmother and brother, each recognizing her knack for organizing people, places and things. Rachel’s specialty is creating order and harmony by teaching busy people how to look at the big picture, connect to what’s really important and act in favor of that every day.
Visit Rachel’s website for more tips and how to contact her!