Ready to declutter your 'stuff' (physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually) to live the best possible life you are here to live?
Then BYOC (bring your own clutter) Membership 2.0 is for you!
Join a group of motivated people who are clearing out the “stuff” that is hindering their productivity, relationships, and overall health.
Focus on getting clarity in your life and business without getting stuck
Develop ways of clearing out the clutter: emotionally, mentally, and physically
Extensive plans and resources to get your home, business and life organized
Clutter = stress = low to no productivity
Time looking for things = lost money
Disorganization = missed opportunities
The Solution? BYOC Membership.
What you get with the membership:
What you get with the Annual membership:
Roadmap For BYOC Membership
Track your daily habits and daily moods to get a better understanding of how you're affected emotionally, mentally, and physically throughout the day.
7 Areas to be mindful of when clearing the clutter.
W- WHERE, WHAT AND WHY
E- ENCOUNTERING SETBACKS
R- REFLECT AND RE-EVALUATE
That's why I've created this step by step guide and checklist to help you clear the number 1 clutter culprit that's taking up your physical, mental, and emotional space.
This is an on-going process, life seems to think we need a million pieces of paper. So come back to this guide regularly and if you need any help, ask.
These are past episodes that I was a guest for either a FB Live, podcast episode, etc. under my old brand "Home & Office Detox" (actually at one point it started as "Home Office Detox"...lots of changes over the years).
So these still have great significance, and shows you that change is a constant thing.
We are always changing.
Which is GOOD!
I remember hearing that if you aren't embarrassed by your first version , you waited too long to get it out into the world!
Getting the kids on-board with clearing out their rooms/ lives isn't easy, but it's so doable.
These next lessons are for you to help your kids, for you to print off and let your kids use themselves, and to start the conversation to help your kids through constant transitions in life.