You wish there was more time in the day.
You’re sick and tired of feeling sick and tired all the time.
You don’t feel pretty anymore.
And, if you step on the kids’ toys one more time, you’re going to scream.
You’re not alone. And, if you’d like to make changes, these are the top 7 resources that changed my life.
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7 Ways to Make Lasting Change In Your Life
For Your Home
1. The Clutter Challenge by Get Organized Already– I followed along with this challenge last year and was so impressed with Nonnahs’ super practical, judgement-free approach. And, I especially loved that she personally guides you through the process, room by room. It’s free, so please, take advantage of it. It’s never too late to get started.
2. GYPO (Get Your Pretty On) Style Challenges– I’ve been participating since the Summer 2017 challenge and haven’t missed one since. I finally have a wardrobe I love to wear. My outfits help me exude confidence, and I feel pretty. If you’re interested in a closet makeover, you can join the Winter 2019 challenge or catch the Annual Membership while it’s still available. It’s so worth it!
3. Creating Success at Home: Your Guide to a Decluttered Life – Yes, this is my book. But, I wrote it because of what happened in me and in my life once I decluttered, and I’m passionate about sharing the process because I want you to experience lasting life changes, too. It’s so worth it!
For Time Management
4. Power Sheets from the Cultivate What Matters Shop – I fell in love with the planner the moment it entered my life. Laura, the creator of Power Sheets, weaves a garden analogy throughout the pages of this planner to help you “cultivate what matters” and live with purpose. It’s a really effective tool, making it hands down one of my favorite planners.
5. Bullet Journaling – This is the method I use. I love it because it’s so easy to personalize. Grab your favorite notebook to get started.
For Your Health
6. The Real Food Reset – Spaces and rooms aren’t the only areas of our life with clutter. What we eat can clutter our bodies, slowing down our energy and motivation. Participating in this challenge broke my sugar habit and gave me the breakthrough I needed in my health journey. If you’re too tired to tackle the clutter, I hope you’ll at least take a look at The Real Food Reset. I’m participating in it again this year, and I’d love for you to join me! (It’s free!)
7. This last one isn’t an object. It’s a mindset. When you shift your beliefs and thought-patterns, lasting change is bound to happen. It is definitely easier said than done, but all the resources I’ve shared today are a great help. They’ve helped me, and I know they can help you.
See you in class,