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Strategy session with Wendy! 30 minutes over the telephone. We will identify the following: ✔️What your life will look like once you have "it". ✔️What is standing in your way. ✔️We will identify solutions. ✔️You will have a solid plan and know exactly what to do each and every day to get your "it". Whether your "it" is an organized closet, organized paper or better time management.
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I've been telling everyone how much value Clothes Mentor Mishawaka has added to my life. That's why I am SO excited to be partnering with them for this event! If you are like me, I’ve been up and down on the scale. Clothes Mentor allows me to have a “wearable closet” by selling the clothes that no longer fit and then purchasing ones that do. I often leave paying very little (or nothing) because of what I’ve sold. It’s a huge value! Clothes Mentor also adds value to my life with their personal shopper service. I cannot dress myself. Seriously. My usual outfit is a t-shirt and jeans. However, since I’ve been expanding my speaking, I’ve needed to up my wardrobe. Jackie at Clothes Mentor Mishawaka has been a godsend. She makes me look like a million bucks. (Ignore all the ribbons in this photo - I went a little nuts.)
And even though I don’t enjoy shopping (I know, gasp!) Jackie makes it fun! So during our time together at Clothes Mentor, I’m going to: Show you how to…
My dad's lunchbox. He took it to work every day for many, many years.
Since he passed, mom kept it. I now own it. For the longest time, it sat on a shelf in a closet.
I decided to use it. If it was good enough for my dad - well, it's good enough for me.
Unfortunately, I had to let the thermos go due to chipping on the inside. I was kind of bummed about this - I thought the thermos was even more retro than the lunch box. It would have been very cool to carry a thermos of coffee with me.
I'm still trying to figure out how the price sticker stayed intact throughout the years. It was purchased from G. L. Perry Variety Store, by the way. Anyone remember that?
In order to keep my dad's lunchbox, I let go of the one I had been using by donating it. (The old one-in-one-out rule.) It keeps my dad's memory alive by using his lunchbox. It's doing me much more good than keeping it in a closet. What item do you have that you treasure? Would you be willing to pull it out…
I keep a list of holidays that somehow tie into organizing. Today, September 13th we celebrate Positive Thinking Day. I was so excited when I saw this day on my list! This is why:
Last month I attended Elizabeth Hagen's Success Plus retreat in Minneapolis, MN. Part of that retreat focused on the power of a camino. Not actually walking for 10, 20 or 30 days straight but committing to something as simple as posting each day on your blog. I considered that very briefly during the retreat but somehow volunteered to go ahead and do it last week. (Not sure how I get myself into these things other than my mouth works much faster than my brain.)
So once I realized that I had volunteered to commit to a camino - I got excited about it. Oh wait - let me back up a bit. Elizabeth Hagen (who is now my business coach and I could not be happier about this) asked what my camino would be about. I said gratitude. If you can find one thing to be grateful for, on one of your worst days…