It’s all well and good to clear your home and life, but if you’re in a constant state of overwhelm, no amount of hope, trash bags, or nifty containers, is going to make a sustainable dent on the build-up of stuff and stress.

Same goes with urgency.

If you’re feeling desperate to make a change, the real work of clearing must first focus on the overwhelm and desperation – not the piles. When you address the resisting patterns, the physical stuff and emotional stress starts to melt away… like magic.

So, how do you break the cycle of overwhelm? And where does one even begin?

The short answer: You’ve already started by simply reading this far.

For the longer answer, I invite you to check out these THREE RESOURCES designed to reduce overwhelm in ways that lighten, enlighten, and last!

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