A Blog of SortsTips for creating space and time for things that really matter.
Like most people, I’m not a fan of being uncomfortable, and wouldn’t dream of intentionally putting myself in a position that didn’t feel good, much less paying for it. But darn if it isn’t true that we have to expose ourselves to discomfort in order to improve.
If you regularly feel rushed, arrive late, forget important events, or can’t complete tasks, there are many tweaks you can make to make your life a lot easier.
To thrive and create your best life, you need support. Fortunately, the means to connect and stay in touch are proliferating. There are times when a call or in-person conversation is ideal, but for convenience, accessibility, and in the moment communication, you can't...
Ultimately, finding your “why” or “ikigai” is about connecting with your innermost desires and values, and using them as a guide to live a fulfilling and purpose-driven life.
Whether you find loose change or important documents, organizing and decluttering are rewarding in many tangible ways.
It’s important to remember to practice self-compassion when trying to get organized. Here are a few tips to help you cultivate self-compassion in your organizing journey.