Open Life’s Possibilities by Living with Less

Open Life’s Possibilities by Living with Less

Open Life’s Possibilities by Living with Less The most complicated thing about getting organized is that it’s really simple. Let me explain. When you don’t know where to begin, organization can feel paralyzing. However, I have found that the thought of organizing causes more stress than the actual process. When I get stressed, I procrastinate. I dwell and get consumed with critical thoughts and my creative energy comes to a halt. That is the power that clutter has on the mind. Clutter is simply an accumulation of delayed decisions followed by non-action. So, what do I do when I’m feeling resistance to getting organized and how do I rise past that? It’s not the first time I’ve been asked this. If we look at this at a deeper level, the question is really masked by a level of self-doubt. Living organized is a lifestyle choice, not a permanent state of being. In fact, when I organize my clients’ spaces, I always make a bigger mess of...
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Staying Organized with Dogs

Staying Organized with Dogs

Dogs are man's best friend for a reason. They are little soul keepers that offer us unconditional love and bless our lives with happiness. This may be why we try to repay them tenfold with countless toys, beds, treats and more. These animals, big or small, can begin to take over our homes with all the items we begin to collect for them! When in reality, let's face it, just like kids, they tend to favor only a few things. The first step is to assess what our dogs are using daily and what they are not. During this process, you can easily sort items into daily use, regular use, and rarely used. Be honest with yourself and only keep the items you and your pup actually use. Once you have downsized, you can begin to setup simple storage solutions. We like to keep items for the go by the door in a bin or bag by the front door for easy...
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Cut the Clutter: Interview with Kirin Christianson, “Red Haute Mama” and Co-Owner and Co-Founder at Integrative Health

Cut the Clutter: Interview with Kirin Christianson, “Red Haute Mama” and Co-Owner and Co-Founder at Integrative Health

Kirin Christianson, the "Red Haute Mama", Co-Owner and Co-Founder at Integrative Health, and former semi-finalist at Mrs. America 2012 as Mrs. Arizona, sits down with Kammie to chat all things organized. Kammie and Kirin explore health and wellness, closet clutter, multi-tasking and more in this inspiring interview! Learn more about Kirin's work: www.redhautemama.com www.drchristianson.com www.integrativehealthcare.com...
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Cut The Clutter: Interview with Erin Harold of Sotheby’s International Realty

Cut The Clutter: Interview with Erin Harold of Sotheby’s International Realty

Erin Harold is a passionate and skilled International Real Estate Broker with expertise in residential, commercial, and investment real estate as well as real estate management. A true advocate of lifestyle and living within art, Erin is passionate about uniting extraordinary homes with extraordinary lives, especially equestrian and ranch properties, vineyards, and resort properties. Erin's commitment to finding clients the perfect properties coupled with her reputation for excellence in all she does, leads to satisfied clients every time. Efficient, precise, discreet and unparalleled in customer service, Erin embodies professional qualities that discerning clients expect. ...
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