Women taking control of their stuff.

The stuff in our homes & the stuff in our minds.

All of it. Because it’s all connected.




This place is for you if…

* you’re overwhelmed trying to keep up with your stuff.
* you’ve ever felt like you’ve had to explain why you don’t have it together.
* you’ve been in the “trying getting organized” stage for too long.
* you’re always tired.
* there’s never enough time.
* it’s hard to let go or prioritize because it’s all important.

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We are going to unravel the things stealing our time & energy.

What if we said no more? What if you…

>>> thoughtfully cultivated your environments to be life-giving
>>> had more energy to show up in relationships
>>> stop waiting for perfection
>>> dearly treasure your space, time and life
>>> had freedom from the stuff struggle

Let’s do this together! Join the #quittingpractice.

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