April 22, 2020

     Our lives run smoother when we subtract the clutter; however, we need not eliminate the elements of joy that soften the dampest days of the human experience. A decluttered home is just the beginning; next, let's curate our spaces to highlight our au...

April 22, 2020

The new moon is a powerful time to start new projects.  

I started tracking the moon cycles a year ago, and it's a practice that will continue to be a part of my life.  It's so satisfying to see the phases of the moon grace our skies.  It feels so reliable, and yet...

April 22, 2020

Hello Amazing Friends,

Have you ever done a house blessing before?

It’s a ceremony that makes your home feel sacred and clean energetically. If you do it before tidying, it will ignite momentum you need to get started.  It’s not hard to do and it makes a world of differe...

January 4, 2020

Can an item bring us joy?  Here are my two responses to this question.

1)  Truly, no item can bring us joy.  Joy is found within ourselves, in the divine, in creativity, and in relationships.   

2)  Tokemeki is the Japanese word that Marie Kondo...

December 31, 2019

The Reset Button: Get your home back to tidy in under an hour

           One of the biggest gifts of completing the KonMari Tidying Festival is the Reset Button.  This is the metaphorical button that allows us to get our messy homes back to tidy in under an hour. How do...

July 14, 2019

      Toys have a way of multiplying and ending up all over the house.  Here are a few tips to wrangle them in.

1.  Minimize the number of places that you keep toys in your home.  Count all the places that you keep toys.  For example, the living...

April 28, 2019

     So, I didn't make it to June 1st, but it's okay because I learned so much.  I made it to Easter, April 21st.  From an astrological perspective, Uranus went into the sign of Taurus conjunct the sun, and suddenly I needed a physical and material overhaul of some of...

March 24, 2019

"Time is but the stream I go a-fishing in.  I drink at it...Its thin current slides away, but eternity remains.  I would drink deeper; fish in the sky, whose bottom is pebbly with stars."  -Henry David Thoreau from Economy, chapter one of Walden


March 10, 2019

My minimalism experiment

           Americans spend 1.2 trillion dollars annually on nonessential goods and materials (Wall Street Journal, 2011).  We have tipped the scales too far to the side of materialism that our homes have become inundated with too many personal b...

February 11, 2018

When we choose to be surrounded by items that uplift us, we are creating a space that resonates with our highest intentions. 

 In this post, I discuss the three main reasons to start transforming homes into sanctuaries as a catalyst to access the bes...

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