You feel overwhelmed by the amount of “stuff” in your home. You know it’s time to deal with the things that have slowly crept into your house and is creating clutter.
You feel like you are spinning your wheels. You have been working on trying to create systems and routines but they never seem to stick.
You have a busy lifestyle (kids and husbands – who are stuff magnets!) so decluttering and daily exercise gets pushed down to the bottom of the to-do list. You’ve read all the advice about how to declutter your home. You’ve participated in 30 day challenges and had some success, but the momentum never lasts.
You know that life will be simpler when the stuff is gone. You want to have empty surfaces. You want to experience peace within your home and mind. You want to break free from the constant chaos and stress. You’ve had a few victories and you know it is never too late to change.
If this sounds like you, I can help.
I distinctly remember the hopelessness I felt as I looked around my house and thought, “I’m drowning.”
Everywhere I looked there were overflowing closets and things shoved in nooks and crannies that hadn’t been touched in months, or even years.
The daily tasks of laundry, planning for dinner, and cleaning the house felt like a heavy load. I would do what I needed to do, but always felt like I was playing catch up. I was impatient with my kids at their innocent question, “what’s for dinner, mom?”
I knew things needed to change. I just felt lost as to how.
Are you feeling overwhelmed?
Do you feel like you’re drowning in stuff?
Unable to catch your breath because you don’t have regular habits in place?
Want to clear the clutter in your house and in your mind so that you can focus on what really matters?
You are not alone.
I have been there. Two years ago I was in my early forties and felt frustrated that I didn’t have these basic skills down pat. After all, I’m a wife of over 18 years, have three sons, and have owned a home for over ten years – why was this so difficult?
I would get really fed up and “get organized” for a day or two…then I would lose steam and things would go back to the way things used to be.
It’s not until I began intentionally forming habits that things changed. Two years later, I’ve been able to slowly establish daily and weekly habits that have brought order to our house and peace to my mind and heart.
When you’re trying to make a change, starting is the hardest part.
This eBook will get you started and maintaining five important habits that will make your life simpler and more joyful. It will walk you step by step through:
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What you will learn in the eBook: How to Start When You Feel Stuck
An understanding of how habits are formed
What a “keystone habit” is and how to build on it
Discovering and writing down your “why”
The helpful thinking and positive mindset you need while establishing these habits
A clear idea of your current daily and weekly habits (where you’re starting)
A clear plan of how to work in your new habits you’re forming (where you’re going)
Action steps at the end of each chapter with worksheets to put each chapter into action right away!
The eBook is 52 pages with 12 pages of Action Oriented Worksheets to take small but powerful steps. You will move from overwhelm to peace.
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