Clear Your Clutter, Clear Your Mind

Belongings carry memories and energy. Too much is overwhelming. What you hang on to and what to let go of is part of a skill set that can be learned.

If you’re on this page because belongings are creating stress in your life, anxiety is a good indicator that something isn’t right. You are hardly alone and you won’t be able to calm yourself about the subject until you feel you are taking active measures to eliminate the clutter. The fewer belongings, the less responsibility. The less you’re responsible for, the calmer you become. The following are tools and methods to improve this process:

  • The power of intention
  • Mindfullness practice
  • Gratitude practice
  • Letting go of belongings that remind you of negative events or people
  • Consistent practice
  • Begin anew each day
  • Be kind to yourself
  • Get off the media-go-round
  • Foster relationships with people
  • Belongings shouldn’t be considered emotional proxies
  • Fostering self-care
  • Advocating for what you need
  • Setting clear boundaries
  • Changing your paradigm of what gets attention

“Carol has an extraordinary talent with the art of placement. Not only is her practical knowledge and fine sense of aesthetics inspiring , but her empathetic nature ensures tailor-made adjustments to one’s home.” client RA

 “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication” Da Vinci