A clutter support group that will change your life
Would you feel more inclined to start organizing projects if you knew you had a support group behind you? Do you need help letting go of excess stuff in your space and in your life as a whole? Do you wish you had a safe place where you could openly share your struggles and celebrate your victories?
Your wish has been grantedIntroducing the SOS Clutter Disruptors Facebook group! This group was created as a safe space for people on the Simplify Your Life journey. It’s a place for members to ask for help, share stories, and post before and after photos of their projects. And just as important, it’s a place of celebration and high-fives. The group idea came to me as I was finishing up my book, Simplify Your Life: 8 Simple Principles to Turn Your Chaos into Calm (purchase on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Apple Books or on my website). I knew the book would spark my readers into action; into taking those first step towards decluttering and simplifying life. But, I wanted more for them.
Reality checkI’ve been a Professional Organizer for over 14 years and I’ve helped a lot of clients with organizing projects. Frankly, I’ve probably seen it all. Reality check: Getting stuck is a common for many DIY‘ers (Do-It-Yourselfers) and backsliding into old habits can happen, too. So, the question became, “What can I do to provide support for those readers who do get stuck or who want to avoid backsliding?” And then I had an idea, “What if I started a group on Facebook that offered support to people, no matter where they lived? It could be a place where I could offer help for the people who even after reading the book, didn’t feel like they knew where to begin? And then, I can help even more people traveling the Simplify Your Life journey?” And so, I created a tribe. Because we all know the load we carry is lighter when we accept a helping hand, so SOS Clutter Disruptors is here for you. Besides, being part of a support group or tribe is not only helpful, it’s fun!
The load we carry is lighter when we accept a helping hand. Andrea Brundage, Professional Organizer & Bringer of Calm