Having a home for everything and putting everything in its place is part of formula for a tidy home, if we were to tidy up each night before bed we would start the day without a mess, these are usually only things lying around that either do not have a home or are not in there home. If we have things that don't have a home, we can either find a home or let them go to someone else's home.
I realised this morning that my paper work is not just the paper work. It is so many other things that come under paper. Computer is a big one, and how I am on my computer. Do I delete my emails, do I put emails in folders and keep them organised. The answer is no, taking responsibility each day to tidy up the computer the same as I tidy up my house. I would never leave my house in the mess that my computer is in. Thinking that it is just a little thing in my office, but now realising just how big it is, and what a big job I have in front of me. This makes the pile of papers on my massage table look like nothing. I feel like I have a big cupboard that is full of stuff that I have not gone through for the past 3 years. No wonder its been sitting there for a month, I had to feel the whole lot before I could move on.
I have been looking at my pile of papers for a MONTH now. Not wanting to go there. I find it so easy to keep the house tidy, I have a rythum that now just flows and when something is out, it stands out. I had felt that the paper thing was just a tiny piece of the pie, but today I felt it was a huge piece as it is what is stopping me from having a smooth flowing house and a natural rythum.
Denise works with people to support them to bring their true reflection to their homes, their clothes, their wardrobes and their lives. "Its so amazing to see the changes in people as they rediscover more of who they truly are."