The simplicity journey often begins with letting go of physical clutter. Your excess possessions not only create physical disarray, but also leave you feeling mentally frazzled, exhausted, and overwhelmed.
Physical clutter is a block to reaching your dreams and greatest potential. It is a visible barrier to deeper and more meaningful relationships. It’s a drain of your time, energy, and mental focus.
So coaching begins with looking at your physical environment.
You’re rightly skeptical of the phrase “work-life balance.” What does this look like? And is it even possible? Project deadlines, never-ending email, and juggling competing priorities feel like anything but “balance” most days. You work hard, but it never feels like enough, and you fear your co-workers discovering that you’re barely keeping your head above water. It seems so easy for them. Why does it feel so hard for you?
Simplicity coaching opens the doors to a work-life with more ease, joy, and personal fulfillment. Instead of trying to balance your work-life, we’re going to simplify it.
*Are you a business owner? Cool, me too! Our coaching can also focus on helping you experience more joy, meaning, and satisfaction in your business. Our goal? To create a business that feels good to you.
Even when you look like you’re relaxing you aren’t. Your brain is often racing, thinking of all the things you need to do, aren’t doing, and feeling guilty about most of it. You long to feel more peace and freedom, but you have no idea how to get there. You’ve tried meditation and even paid for apps, but you still feel mentally overwhelmed most days.
Simplicity coaching helps you transform this “mental clutter” into awareness, so you can experience more presence and joy in all areas of your life.
After blogging about her personal journey toward a simpler lifestyle, she was inspired help others create lives with more open spaces. Rose is a regular guest on Fox News Good Day Columbus and has also been featured on WYSO, WVXU, Good Morning Cincinnati, and Living Dayton.