MY MISSION IS TO PROVIDE SIMPLE SOLUTIONS FOR CREATING YOUR IDEAL LIFE.
The reason for creating Peacefully Organized is to help you:
Determine your ideal lifestyle and create it
Live more by owning less
Organize your life
Organize your home
Increase your happiness, self-esteem and confidence
My life was transformed when I began learning the many benefits of minimizing, simplifying and organizing. I am convinced that overcoming my anxiety disorder would have been easier it I had minimized all of my possessions first. It didn’t happen that way, but for me, clearing out my stuff contributed to my clearer mind.
I have always been considered a tidy person, but after decluttering and simplifying my home, it was if all of the puzzle pieces of my life came together. Not only is my house in order, I found a new inner peace and am able to focus on things that really matter.
I was inspired to pursue my greatest passions by owning fewer possessions. It is because of these life-changing improvements that I designed Peacefully Organized to help you do the same. My nature is to help others so I can make your life just a little bit easier.
I have applied the structure that organizing has brought and the focus on gratitude versus the negative aspects of decluttering to all aspects of my life.
As a result, I have discovered more time, more money, more freedom. less stress, and more opportunities to do the things I love. And I decided to write about it.
I overcame generalized anxiety disorder in 2000. I used to feel like true happiness wasn’t possible. If something good happened to me, the feeling wouldn’t last because I worried that something bad was just around the corner.
My self esteem was low. I worried what people thought of me, and my expectations of myself and others were unrealistic.
But having the disorder was actually a good thing because I needed to change my thinking. Life changing cognitive behavioral skills to help me think truthfully and not negatively. I read self-help books which taught me how to achieve peace of mind, happiness, and a more grateful attitude.
I learned that peace of mind comes from loving myself (with all my flaws) and putting myself first. It is about taking responsibility for myself and doing the work to get better.
Peace of mind is possible, which is especially encouraging when there was a point in my life where that was far away. It can be achieved by changing the way you think, so you can change the way you feel.
Formerly educated with degrees in Business and Elementary Education, I have spent the last 10 years of my life helping others overcome anxiety, depression, and creating a more purposeful life.
In addition to stress and anxiety coaching, I have accreditation from Macquarie University’s Cool Kids Anxiety Program which teaches youth and their parents how to better manage anxiety.
I’ve been married 30 years to Ken, and our sons are Daniel, Matthew, and Christian.
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