Mindful Organizing During the Stress of Transition Written by Pam Holland
The need to organize is particularly obvious during times of transition. Transitions are a signal that what you need from your space is changing, and the space must change to accommodate it.
Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes it's a quiet voice at the end of the day saying, I'll try again tomorrow. - Mary Ann Radmacher
Organizing your space is like learning: it's not something you do once and then are done with forever (Marie Kondo may disagree, and that's okay!). The way you organize your home will change as you move through different stages of your life, and that's normal and expected.
The need to organize is particularly obvious during times of transition. Transitions are a signal that what you need from your space is changing, and the space must change to accommodate it. Mindfully tuning in to your relationship with your things and how they serve you right now is an essential step during this process.
One of the threads that links many of our clients since 2005 is that they contacted us when they were experiencing a life transition.
Transitions fall into two categories: planned and unexpected. And while unexpected transitions can be distressing or traumatic, even planned transitions can create emotional turmoil and require a great deal of your energy.
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The more organizational systems you have in place that help to keep you rested and healthy, the more you will have the energy you need to weather any unexpected challenges!
Read on to discover ideas, resources and advice to prepare you for life's inevitable changes! https://clutterfreenow.com/blog/organizing/mindful-organizing-during-times-of-transition/
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