We are trying so hard to cram so much of life into our time, that we are often failing to enjoy it.
Before I even started Decluttering Diva I started my education into all things mental. I embarked on my Psychology degree in an effort to understand some of the ways that we think and why we are all so different. I'm fascinated about how the similar experiences can evolve into such different responses. It amazes me … Continue reading Helping People to Achieve More Than the Picket Fence Life.
After reading this great article Houzz - More free time with helpful habits I had to share my thoughts. Sometimes I think people just think if they declutter and organise their space it will magically stay that way. That I'm like a magic fairy who will make all their clutter problems go away... Forever. No, it … Continue reading Why do we make new habits so hard to achieve?
So I been studying for about 9 months through The Institute of Challenge Disorganisation (challengingdisorganization.org) and just completed my exam to achieve my Chronic Disorganization Specialist Certificate and passed with flying colours - Yay for me! I want to share a couple of things from this experience that you can apply to your life: If … Continue reading What you can learn from me passing my exam?
Let me begin by reinforcing my creed - Organised does NOT mean perfection. I want to teach you to be organised i.e to know where your things are (or should be), to be prepared, to have a plan or structure for your home and life, to set up systems and habits. 1.HAVE A DIARY or … Continue reading Top 6 Tips on getting ORGANISED in 2014