Our homes are a direct representation of us, but often they don’t represent the parts of us we wish they did.
Often that’s because we don’t really know the part of us we want to represent. The next best version.
When our lives get chaotic and out of focus, our homes do as well. And when our homes get chaotic and cluttered it can be hard to regain our focus.
When this happens we get caught in a rut that can be hard to climb out of.
We feel out of alignment but don’t know how to fix it to get back on track.
When life is overwhelming, it can feel impossible to find the time for everything that’s going on, plus organizing our space. Perhaps you do take the time, but end up just moving things from one place to another.
While most feel that the root of the problem is that life is too chaotic, in reality, the problem is that our chaotic life has allowed us to lose focus on what we really want and who we really want to be.
When we know who we are, who we want to be and what we truly want from life then we can truly begin to create a home that not only represents us, but also supports us in reaching our goals.
But the truth is, many of us skip this step. We jump right into the doing. Wasting a lot of time and energy, moving things around, only to end up back where we started and wondering why.
The truth is, no matter what size your home is, you’ll never have enough space or time for the things you don’t really want in your life.
So this weekend, I encourage you to ask yourself: Who are you at your best? What does that version of yourself want from life?
Once you know, then the transformation can begin.
This is the type of work we do in The Organized Collective. To help you find your focus, then organize your life around your goals.
Our next cohort begins March 18th. If you’re ready to open your mind to the possibilities a more organized life can provide, than you should join us.