Who ever said, “having kids is like having your heart walk outside your body” was profoundly correct. Having children is an incredible journey like no other. However, no one readily warns expecting parents of the amount of STUFF that children … Continue reading
Looking for ideas on how to improve your kitchen on a budget? Here are 9 tricks that can increase efficiency and space but won’t cost you an arm and a leg. 1) Use a tension rod to suspend cleaning items. … Continue reading
Are your mornings a form of organized chaos or just sheer chaos? I like to think my mornings are organized chaos, but if I am honest with myself, there are days it’s sheer chaos. Sometimes I prep the night before, … Continue reading
I’ve had the privileged of coming in and out of many closets 😉 I do get oddly excited when I am asked to organize a client’s closet. (Yes, I am strange. I acknowledge that.) Modern day closets tend to provide … Continue reading
Kid’s stuff- there is often a lot of it and it tends to be everywhere it shouldn’t be! Between dealing with all their toy’s and the clothing that they are either destroying or growing out of, organizing a child’s possessions … Continue reading
Anyone ever heard of a laundry closet that also serves as an office space? If not, now you have! My laundry closet also serves as our office space. Since we don’t have space for a separate office, we use our … Continue reading
What can I say? I truly LOVE what I “do”. Bringing order to chaos is oddly very satisfying to me. I suppose it’s a small taste of control over a world that sometimes appears to be anything but controllable. Further more, organizing a space brings so much relief and satisfaction to the recipient that I just can’t help but love it.
Many times when I am organizing a space or coaching a client I get to experience a sense of “flow”. Psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi founded the idea of “flow”, and he describes it as a state of being where you’re entirely present and incredibly content. Many people experience flow when they run, dance, paint, meditate, play with their children, and even during ordinary and mundane activities. Studies now suggest that the more we experience states of flow, the more satisfied we are with life.
What does this have to do with my blog? Well, I want to express that at the core of my being, I am passionate about helping others live their best life.
Disorganization causes and feeds stress. Who needs more stress in their life?
Ever feel like this?
My hope is that by writing about organization and life in general, I will inspire my readers to be intentional about how they structure and spend their time, and, as a result, experience more states of “flow” and satisfaction in their life.
Will you take this journey with me?
I certainly hope so!
What do you love to do that brings about a state of “flow”?