In the sports world, the coach is the athlete’s biggest fan. They are showing up for practice alongside you, guiding you, and not letting you give up on yourself. They help you see how much skill you have and are focused on your personal growth. You can’t win the game if only the coach shows up. It’s about supporting you so you can proudly put on your uniform and go in for the win. Sports coaches are a lot like personal growth coaches. I’m an Organizer Coach and I want you to win at life.
Category Archives: Everyday Life Organizing
Routines can help or they can hurt. You currently have a routine. It may not be a pre-established system you consider routine, but humans are creatures of habit and even the spontaneous person has consistent behaviors that affect the speed and flow of the day. A routine is doing tasks regularly or with a repeated nature. You brush your teeth, get ready,…. Read more »
We experience changes throughout life, and organization isn’t an exception to the change. It’s very common to have once felt organized and to go through phases where you can no longer manage life with as much precision. Think of what it was like when you felt you had organization? My guess is a lot has changed in your life since then. Common…. Read more »
Getting started is the hardest part. Getting started organizing is similar to the start of a new diet or workout routine. It takes intentional effort, thought, and maintenance to see results. Honestly, just like exercising, it can feel easier not to start, but everyday you don’t take action, is another day you feel crummy about life…and yourself. Let this help point you…. Read more »
Mothers can easily get frustrated with their kids in the house. They can especially feel defeated when they’ve worked hard to organize or purge an area and the kids appear to have no respect for the effort, and destroy the order in a matter of days [or minutes!].