The Declutter Course
The Declutter Course
The Declutter Course is a six-week program that launches on Saturday, September 14th.
It will involved a series of emails and videos. There will also be a Facebook group, and three one-hour group calls for participants via Facebook Live to allow people to have their questions answered in real time. All participants will also receive Energy Clearing PDFs to allow them to raise the vibe in their space if they want to supercharge the process.
The Declutter Course starts small and builds momentum as we go. Unlike most decluttering courses, The Declutter Course emphasizes self-care and personal development along the way. This is about digging yourself out from the spot you’ve been stuck in, so you are free to start new things once we are done.
The Declutter Course involves a six-week series of emails and videos. There will also be a Facebook group, plus three one-hour group calls for participants via Facebook Live to allow people to have their questions answered in real time. All participants will also receive Energy Clearing PDFs to allow them to raise the vibe in their space if they want to supercharge the process.
The Declutter Course starts small and builds momentum. A key component of The Declutter Course is its emphasis on self-care and personal development. We will help you dig yourself out from your stuff, both physical, mental and emotional, so you are free to start new things.
The course runs for six weeks. The first email goes out on September 14th.
To give you some idea of what we will be doing: The first week is basically physical and mental prep work. It includes some space clearing for stress reduction, as well as some visualization and journaling to really set an intention, and to form your own personal decluttering policy. The second week’s task is to declutter one drawer or one (visible) shelf. Each week, we move on to a slightly larger, more complicated space: one cupboard, one closet, one room.
Along the way, there are tons of helpful tips on how to make decisions as to what to keep and what to let go of, including talking about sentimental items. Also? We acknowledge that more things may be sentimental for you than you think at first. So we journal and discuss that. I want to help you to accept yourself as you are now, and free you to start thinking about what’s next for you.
Of course tips include what to do with items you no longer want, the pros and cons of selling versus donating, and what sort of places you can donate things. (Different items have different possibilities.) There are even tips on how often to change out your makeup, how long you can actually keep packaged food, and how to dispose of household hazards.
There are special tips for people who have lost their ability to do certain hobbies as a result of health issues. There’s encouragement for those wanting to reclaim or repurpose a room or space in their home. There is a special section for anyone who is decluttering after a personal loss, such as a death, a breakup, or job loss.
As mentioned earlier, you will be encouraged to journal for yourself. But there will also be a private Facebook group for participants where they are free to share how they are feeling about the process, and find support from others who are going through the same process, plus three calls (weeks 1, 3, and 5) to allow for questions and guidance.