De-cluttering is resizing…right?

Over the last few weeks, I’ve been on a bit of a de-cluttering phase. Who isn’t, right? When you’re stuck home in quarantine, you naturally look around and see all the piles, bags, boxes, junk drawers, stuff spilling out, etc.

It actually started when I found Hot Mess House with Cassandra Aarssen on HGTV. I fell down the YouTube rabbit hole of her videos and took her Clutterbug test. I’m a ladybug. Which means I like things to be visually clean, but I tend to hide my piles away. #iresemblethatremark

Get rid of clutter and you may just find it was blocking the door you’ve been looking for.

– Katrina Mayer

I’ve always been a big believer if you clear a space, the Universe will fill it with creativity. It’s been true for me. Most recently, the simple act of cleaning out the pantry, cleared enough space to spend a whole day rewriting my website. Don’t look yet, we’re in the process of changing platforms.

But it got me thinking, when I put together this blog, resizing my life -at that time- meant losing weight. That is no longer true for me. Over the last year and a half, I’ve been working on growing my business and falling in love with myself.

I last posted because I used this site for my portfolio. Resizing in graphic design is usually to make an image smaller, but resizing doesn’t have just mean going down. It can be an increase, resizing the image bigger!

I’ve been thinking about challenging myself to blog something, anything. Why not resizing my life and writing my insights along the way. Who knows what I’ll discover?

I’ve been clearing and growing so much over the last few years, I’ve learned so much. So much of what I now take for granted, the ease I have with these concepts, isn’t common knowledge for everyone. So I’m happy to share, so anyone reading this can resize his/her life for an increase of self-awareness, increase in confidence and increase in connections.

If resizing down my physical clutter clears the way to increase my personal and professional bandwidth, then I have lots of bins that need my attention.

If you need help de-cluttering your physical space, I’d love to help. I’m not a professional organizer, more of a hobbyist. However, I know that sometimes clearing one space can be the lynch pin that gives you the confidence to keep going or a single cluttered space is holding you back from more important things. No one should live that way.

Send me an email if you want help or just a Zoom friend to support you. We’ll discuss your project and maybe do our own version of Hot Mess House 🙂

Till next time…

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