I hope you and your loved ones are keeping safe and well at this incredibly tragic and challenging time. To experience a wave of emotions is natural and often exhausting – from shock to panic to sadness to anxiety – and yet there’s an undeniable light somewhere in there too.
As with any trauma we’ve personally suffered, or any natural or man-made disaster that has been collectively endured throughout history, we find ourselves looking at life very differently. We see joyful rewards in the simple acts of respect, kindness and care. We feel empathy and compassion for a stranger across the world. Some of our toughest times have brought about the greatest resourcefulness, creativity and unity, and this is evident to us on a daily basis through big and small gestures near and afar.
This is the first time in living memory where so many of us across the planet have been “grounded” into the heart of our homes and lives. The simplicity of physical confinement ironically strips everything back and finally gives us the space to become more aware. Many of us are drawn to asking more questions of ourselves, like the following:
- What are our deepest fears?
- What do we most value and prioritise?
- Where have we been forcing things in our lives?
- Where are we not taking care of ourselves?
- How do we feel about where we live and what we own?
- What is holding us back or no longer working for us?
- How do we feel about ourselves?
- How are our relationships serving us?
- How do we relate to shopping and spending money?
- How happy are we in our careers and our life purpose?
- What do we most love to do?
- How do we want to think and feel every day?
- How are we helping others through our unique gifts and talents?
- What kind of world do we want for ourselves, our loved ones and the generations to come?
Like so many of you, I hope and pray when this crisis begins to fade and the sun starts to shine through again that we will be stronger, clearer and more united socially, politically, economically and environmentally – Mother Earth has rightly been asking more of us too.
I believe we all have so much to offer the world in our own very individual and compelling ways. Unfortunately, we find it hard to be our best when we are weighed down by clutter, overwhelm, indecision or disorganisation. My passion is in helping people tap into their greatest selves by decluttering their physical space and their lives so they can find a level of peace and focus that serves themselves and others in this difficult time and into the future.
As Deepak Chopra says, where letting go is freedom, holding on is suffocation, and I know this to be true so much that I have spent the last 10 years creating and teaching my Declutter Therapy message, as well as successfully implementing it into my own life.
If the time feels right for you to develop your skills and learn to declutter for yourself or to help others declutter on a professional basis, my 3 levels of online training programmes teach and inspire you all the way from the convenience of your own home and to your own schedule. Essentially, they take a whole-life, multi-level approach to decluttering so it is rewarding and transformative in the long-term.
To support you in the best possible way at this time, I am extending the spring sale until the 30th of April 2020, so there’s a 40%+ discount off the following programmes to help you with your personal decluttering:
- Level 1 – Understand Hoarding Support Tool – full details and buy at discounted rate here.
- Level 2 – Declutter Your Wardrobe and Home Course – full details and buy at discounted rate here.
There’s also a discount on Level 3 – The Declutter Academy Certified Training for your professional decluttering. See more about how to find out all about this programme when it’s next open for registration here.
If you’ve any questions on these programmes, please pop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please take care and all my very best for now,