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3 Simple Steps to Organize Your Space
February 15 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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Join us in the creative workshop space at Curate Mercantile in Centennial, CO on Saturday, February 15th from 2-3 pm to interact with Organizational Expert Stephanie Sikora, owner of Life Made Simple and Author of ‘Simplified’. She’ll share 3 simple steps to organize your space. Here is an expert from Stephanie…
“We can all think of space in our home that makes us want to scream or shut the door as soon as we see it. The floor is covered with clothes and toys.
The counters are covered with papers and Lord-only-knows what else!
You look at it and think – “ugh! I need to get to that…but, when?!?! Sure, I’ll just add it to my list of 427 other things to do.”
You’ve tried at least a hundred times to “organize” your kids’ shoes and toys, but they always seem to end up right back on the floor.
“Doesn’t anyone else care that this place is a hot mess? Why is it just up to me?”
And then the frustration escalates (just a little bit).
So with few huffs and puffs, you angrily put everything back “where it’s supposed to go” for the millionth time!
And the cycle continues…
I can totally relate!
There Is Hope
I am a mom of two young girls, have a husband who is clutter-blind and a dog who sheds faster than my robovac can spin back-around to sweep it up.
I know I feel much better on the inside, am a far better wife, and a more patient mom when our house has some sense of order to it.
I used to find myself frustrated with my overstuffed closet and piles of mail that kept moving around our house. I would look at it and think “I am gonna lose my mind if I don’t take care of this!” It would consume me…and my mood!
As a professional organizer, I have worked in hundreds of homes, and I’ve seen so many people get excited to tackle a space but continue to organize it the same way…only hoping for a different result (the official definition of insanity!)
Here’s the thing… like a fairy godmother you ACTUALLY CAN break the cycle of chaos while truly making your life easier and less stressed!
Sound impossible? It’s not!
Join me for a workshop to learn my 3 simple tips to organize your space and save your sanity.”
WHEN: Saturday, February 15th from 2-3 pm
PRICE: $27 per person
ABOUT YOUR INSTRUCTOR: Turn life’s chaos into calm with best selling author, life coach, systems specialist, and professional organizer, Stephanie Sikora. Stephanie offers home organization services throughout the U.S., virtual coaching, and on-line resources for busy individuals and households through her company, Life Made Simple. Her book, ‘Simplified’ will be available for purchase at the workshop.
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