Posts Categorized: Inspiration

Digital Organization Tips with The Cloud Life

Here's some tips from The Cloud Life that explains digital organization with your most precious items.

Who doesn’t feel overwhelmed by the endless volumes of family photos, heirlooms, kid art, videos, and other memorabilia that take up prime real estate in most attics and garages? My solution is always to start by editing down to the most treasured essentials — but then what? With the recent series of natural disasters across… Read more »

How to Take Massive Action

Take massive action today to achieve your personal goals. Here's how!

Massive action is a concept I learned about when I was doing life coach training. Most of us (myself included!) get stuck in a pattern of taking passive action – we consume massive amounts of information and spend countless hours thinking about our goals, without actually taking action. Sound familiar? The concept of taking massive… Read more »

5 Simple Habits That Will Transform Your Life

It doesn't take a lot to become organized. It actually might just involve creating small daily habits into your routine.

If you’re feeling overwhelmed by clutter or disorganization, I have great news for you. I believe there are small habit shifts you can make right now that will immediately provide some relief and transform your physical surroundings. One of my favorite books, The Compound Effect, states that small, consistent action is the key to achieving and… Read more »

Shira Gill x New Minimalism

I'm hosting a virtual workshop with New Minimalism. Join us to ask your organization and decluterring questions.

Friends! I’m so excited to announce my latest collaboration with fellow decluttering pros, New Minimalism. I will be partnering with them on a fun live workshop for professionals where we spill all of our best tips of the trade and talk about business, entrepreneurship, minimalism and more. The best part is we are hosting this… Read more »

Your Kids Don’t Want to Inherit Your Clutter

Here's how to make declutter your home and organize it so that your kids don't have to when you pass away.

As my father’s oldest child, and his only local family member, I was left with the overwhelming task of resolving his estate when he died unexpectedly. I remember arriving at his house to assess the situation, and exhaling when I opened his basement door and found a neat stack of bankers boxes with all of… Read more »