Whether you are a pro at flying solo or have barely walked down the block by yourself, try some of my favorite things to do alone and see how it feels. You might be surprised how empowering, liberating, reflective and fun it can be to get out there and do things by yourself.Read More
The holidays can be wonderful and connected, but also busy and stressful. It’s important to pause and take time to care for ourselves during the intensity of this time. A great way to encourage others to slow down , maintain their sanity, and pamper themselves is through thoughtful gifts that promote reflection and healthful living. I’ve put together a list of 5, simple self-care gifts for anyone on your list. Happy holidays!Read More
The holidays are a time that can get overshadowed by too many obligations, unnecessary gifts, excessive food, wasteful decorations, and overall consumerism. There can also be wonderful energy around the holidays about spending time with people you love, slowing down and being grateful, connecting to your spiritual beliefs, letting someone know how much you care about them with a beautiful card or a thoughtful gift, and finally, giving back.
So join me in the Christmas Clean-Out Challenge to get back to what’s important about the holidays.Read More
Sleep is one of the most important things for health, productivity, skin, mental clarity, and mood. There’s nothing worse than a restless night. Stress, hormones, alcohol, and lots of other factors can contribute to our ability to sleep well. Though it can be hard to control all of the factors that ensure a solid night of sleep, one thing you can control is your sleep space. Turn your bedroom into a peaceful sanctuary and those sleepless nights are likely to reduce. Follow these tips to create a restful environment and start logging more hours of sleep each night.Read More
In a world where we are bombarded by advertisements to buy the “next big thing,” where we can buy disposable fashion garments from stores like H&M and Forever 21 for hardly anything, and where we can order things on Amazon in the middle of the night to be delivered on our doorsteps the next day, it is harder than ever to live like a minimalist. With my experience as a professional organizer, I have seen the amount of time and effort it takes many people to sort through all of the stuff that they have accumulated over the years and to even figure out what to do with it. This doesn’t have to be you. If you want to have more space in your home, less stuff to maintain, and more time in your schedule, follow these 5 tips to start living like a minimalist.Read More