The New Year opens up new opportunities to revitalize ourselves, our homes, and look at life with a fresh perspective.
Almost everyone has heard about Marie Kondo and her best-selling books, The Life-changing Magic of Tidying Up and Spark Joy, as well as her Netflix series, Tidying Up with Marie Kondo.
We are excited to bring the PNW’s first certified KonMari Tidying Consultant to our Event Center to help you get organized in 2020.
Sue Bollinger of Tidy Up with Sue will be offering her interactive workshop at Molbak’s, Saturday, January 25 at 10am.
Sue has worked in organizational and project management for some of the largest companies in the Pacific Northwest, with over 25 years of experience at Weyerhaeuser, Amgen and Microsoft. Her passion for organizing led her to apply her experience and expertise to a new career as a Certified KonMari Tidying consultant.
“I always took things one step further to be more organized and find solutions in my corporate career. And when I came upon Marie Kondo’s book, her philosophy and methods truly resonated with me.”
– Sue Bollinger
Sue finds joy and fulfillment in coaching clients on how to transform their living space. “I love helping people and it’s amazing how sharing simple solutions can really change their lives.”
According to Sue, the most important (and challenging) thing is to take that first step. And she has shared her tips on how you can begin the process and be successful at starting to tidy up your home.
Make up your mind this is what you want to do. This process does take time and effort, so you need to say “yes” to doing this for yourself.
#2 Schedule Time
Make an appointment to declutter and put it on the calendar.
Imagine what you tidy home will look like. How will things work, how are you going to live and spend your time?
Sue reminds us – once you commit, magic can happen.
“There is always this ‘aha” moment that all my clients experience. At first, letting your things go can be difficult, but as you continue, it gets easier and easier and you want to do it more and more. And most importantly, the thing I want people to remember is: Change is possible for everyone.”