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June 2017

June 29, 2017 Minimalism: An Independent Journey

We discussed how to plan and prepare for pursuing minimalism – a life of focused intent and meaning. We talked about basic questions that need to be asked and answered in order to make the move as simple and seamless as possible. In this post, we

June 27, 2017 Start Saying No

by Kathryn Anderson New York Times bestselling author and innovation coach, Diana Kander, recently published a Harvard Business Review article entitled “Help Your Team Stop Overcommitting by Empowering Them to Say No.” The article sheds light on the dangers of overcommitting ourselves. One point that stood out

June 22, 2017 Getting Started with Minimalism

Minimalism is defined differently by various people, but the core idea is living life with as few factors as possible that restrict what you want to do – that keep you from living the life you would love to live. It is the practice of

June 15, 2017 Organizing the Living Room to Create a Space You Love

We’ve been talking about decluttering and organizing the living room to create a space you love to spend time in, whether you’re entertaining friends or on your own. The whole point of a living room, of course, is that we spend a lot of time

June 8, 2017 Back to Summer Organizing Tips

by Kathryn Anderson You’ve read our back-to-school organizing tips, but summer organizing can be just as challenging! What should you do with all of these supplies when the school year is over? You now have used notebooks, dirty backpacks, and writing utensils that you won’t be needing until

June 1, 2017 Declutter and Organize Your Living Room

How did you feel the last time you sat alone in your living room? What about the last time you invited friends over to your house? Were you worried about how your living room looks or feels? Did you go on a clearing or cleaning