S05|05 - Minimalism: 3 Tips from my Marie Kondo JourneyAug 15, 2022
A decluttered space can declutter the mind… and vice versa. That is where I found myself 6 years ago… deep in the throes of parenting, late nights, diapers and laundry. I felt like I spent most of my time cleaning, doing laundry or nagging my kids to get their own chores done. That’s when the shift came… one of those lightbulb moments that forever changes the way you see things.
If you’re ready to take your journey to the next level and integrate this work in your own life, join us as we start Parent School (starting August 15th), a small and intimate group program designed to increase the confidence you have in your parenting tools, simplify your parenting and help you tap into your own inner magic. Read more by CLICKING HERE. This will be the last opportunity to work with me until 2023, so don’t miss out (:
What we discuss today:
- Practical Minimalism vs Mind Minimalism and how they are connected
- My journey in minimalism and how I found Marie Kondo’s work
- 3 ways we can use the concept of minimalism to clean out our minds and our homes
- The importance of minimalism, and my why
Coaching has changed my own life, and the lives of my clients. More connection, more healing, more harmony and peace in our most important relationships. It increases confidence in any difficulties that come up in parenting, which helps you be the guide and teach your children the family values that are important to you- in clear ways. If you feel called to integrate this work in a deeper way, that’s what I’m here for.