Clear Your Mind, Clear Your Space
Do you have papers, letters piling up in your bag or cupboard?
Are you scrambling around in an emergency, panicking wondering where the important documents are?
Would you like to feel more organised and in control?
I don't know about you but more things are in order, the better I feel. Truth be told it doesn't mean that I am super-uber organised.
Having my loved ones at home since COVID emerged in our lives resulted to find new ways of organisation. Sometimes we know that it's time to do something about it but we feel overwhelmed, time-constrained and we delay taking action for self-sabotaging ourselves for not doing later.
Or life gets on the way with new demands and being organised start to become a long-distance dream.
This is why you'll love my next guest at the Rockstar Wellness Series!
Her signature style is helping you to get organised, creating organising systems with a warm hug to make any organised work peaceful, effective and beyond your expectations. Truly.
Gayle Gruenberg is a Chief Executive Organizer and the heart of Let's Get Organized. She founded Let's Get Organized in December 2003. Her warmth, compassion, and love for her clients have since built the company into a nationally recognized organizing firm.
Gayle also founded and served as three-term president of the Northern New Jersey chapter of the National Association of Professional Organizers
Gayle is a sought-after speaker, addressing organizing issues faced by those who are experiencing life transitions, CHAOS ("Can't Have Anyone Over Syndrome"), or who are managing brain-based organizing challenges.
Why being organised can seem a daunting task
The rewards of being organised in your life
How life events can wreak havoc on your organising systems
How to handle the unexpected in our business and life
The mindset shift to say yes to more organisation in your life
How to be organised when being disorganised feel like home
If you want to find out more about Gayle and her work, go on her website at www.lgorganized.com.
With love, joy and trust