What a great interview with one of my former professors, Sabrina Helm at the University of Arizona. She talks about being clear about why you are decluttering or tidying up with techniques like Marie Kondo's KonMari method. Do you continue to fill spaces after you've emptied them? If so, you may need to reconsider your "WHY" (thanks Simon Sinek!).
In order to tackle overconsumption, a main driver of climate change, we need to consume less overall, which means cutting down on buying new things and services. If that were the persistent outcome of the minimalism trend, there indeed is much to celebrate.If you need help decluttering or downsizing in your home or getting rid of a storage unit, I can help! Let's figure out YOUR "Why" and start your Spring Cleaning with ease and grace and turn your energy to things that matter more. And as an EXTRA BONUS I’m offering a 15% discount on all services booked before the end of March. So contact me today! Peace & Grace, Shanley 520-940-8174 firstname.lastname@example.org Source: The decluttering trend could be a good thing for the environment #ProfessionalOrganizerTucson #ShanleyTenEyck #ProfessionalOrganizer #PersonalStylist #KonMari #MarieKondo #tidyingup #hoarding #Why #goCats! #BearDown #UAresearch #TucsonOrganizer #organizing #organizingtips #sparkjoy #joy #behappy #declutter #girlboss