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Tagged with “clutter” (4)

  1. Spring Cleaning: Journaling to De-Clutter! | Write4Life


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    Proving once again that journal-writing is NOT just an introverted, navel-gazing activity, Carolyn Koehnline shows us how to use our journals to remove clutter from our homes, heads, hearts and schedules.

    Author of “Confronting Your Clutter”, a practicing mental health counselor, and Certified Journal Therapist, Carolyn guides us toward our compassionate inner voice to support us through transitions. In fact, Carolyn’s are some of the most potent writing prompts in the Looking Back, Looking Forward journaling challenge, a month-long journal-writing course designed to help you review the recent stepping-stones of life, and design a compelling future.

    In this episode, I share a personal story about the three years I avoided a storage room full of my “stuff”, and how, thanks to Carolyn’s journaling suggestions, I found courage to tackle the overwhelm, and save $300 per month in storage fees!  (JournalTalk, Episode #51, March 3, 2015)

    Exclusive Offer for JournalTalk Listeners:  In this episode, Carolyn invites listeners to contact her for a free gift, simply for mentioning that you heard her on JournalTalk.


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  2. Manage Your Stuff with Peter Walsh | Clutter Interrupted

    Peter Walsh discusses the reasons behind the clutter we accumulate and how to change our mindset to conquer it. He offers solutions to organize cluttered homes.


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