Every item of clutter in your home is an object about which you needed to make a decision at some point in time, and you didn't. Now you are faced with having to make hundreds or even thousands of decisions all at once, in order to overcome the chaos in your home and in your life.
The problem is that making decisions is exhausting, and maybe your never learned how to make decisions the proper way.
Maybe you went to the store some time or another and purchased unsightly organizers that ended up adding to your clutter, in addition to being eyesores.
Perhaps you tried the Marie Kondo method and found that it is exhausting to pick up every single object in your home and ask "does this spark joy?" I don't blame you. After all, an association of professional organizers in the United States estimates the average American family household contains a whooping 300,000 items!
I bet at some point you have even gone shopping for things you knew you already had at home... somewhere. What good is having something if you can't remember where it is, and it would take you too long to look for it?
Learn how to apply Moni's 3 Principles of Decluttering:
1. Clutter Means Decisions Delayed
2. No One Wants to Organize Ugly Things
3. You Need to Organize the Way Your Memory Works
My name is Moni and I have made it my mission to take the confusion out of Feng Shui.
With my previous knowledge of architecture, and the help of experts in Traditional Chinese Medicine, I have created a Feng Shui method that makes sense and is easy to learn and apply: the Nine Steps to Feng Shui® System, which is at the core of all my training programs and books.
• Declutter to uncover the beauty that lies beneath.
• Declutter to find yourself and your passions.
• Declutter to Free Your Soul!
Is clearing your clutter part of your new year’s resolutions — year after year after year?
I have helped many people declutter. Years ago, I created a Decluttering and Organizing 12-week program called Declutter for Good.
My students have done great. Every single person that stuck with the program and did all the very easy homework each week had amazing results.
However, there have also been people who have told me “12 weeks is too long!” They tell me that they are so busy, so stressed out and so overwhelmed, that the thought of having to take a 12 week course just adds to their mental clutter.
A few months ago a number of people asked me if I would offer a decluttering program that was shorter, simpler, something that would help them get started and make headway, even if it was just a little bit at a time.
So last fall I created a 4-class workshop and I taught it locally, in Knoxville TN. For this workshop, I put together the simplest advice I could think of, and I organized it in a way that students could memorize it and make decluttering and organizing part of their usual thinking. In fact, I asked people to not take notes and promised them that by the end of the workshop they would know the processes they needed to know by heart. It worked!
When people who took the class meet me around town, they stop me, ask if they can hug me and tell me, with tears in their eyes, that I have forever changed the way they live, they way they see stuff and the way they relate to their homes and material possessions.
Now I have streamlined this system even more, so it can be delivered in a live online teleclass, in less than 2 hours!