Can organization be spiritual? Does the clutter and chaos in your life leave you feeling stressed and anxious? Or do you find yourself stifled by rigid schedules and the pressure to be productive? We're taking a spiritual approach and finding balance in episode 11 of The How to Be Awesome Podcast.
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This week, Louise share the deliciousness and beauty of the Isle of Skye, and Renee's making Turkish Eggs and Cream Puffs.
Then we dig into organization and productivity and how to make it spiritaul. We're getting rid of the crap that's weighing us down, putting every dang thing on a list, and being very clear with our communication. There's a huge sense of release and lightness that comes with all that letting go and getting stuff done. It's absolutely awesome.
Renee is trying to let go of the fear that things will never change, and Louise is worried she's going to kill everyone ever. Plus they're both finding joy in connecting with nature. Louise goes on holiday and Renee tries not to kill a plant with a new app.
Links from Can Organization Be Spiritual?
- Antlers Bar & Grill at The Portree Hotel
- Turkish Eggs
- Cream Puffs
- HausMagick: Transform Your Home, Create Your Sanctuary by Erica Feldman
- 1001 Carpet Cleaner
- Birchbox (get 30% off with this referral link)
- Mildred Pierce
- The Life Changing Magick of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo
- Tidying Up with Marie Kondo
- Focus Keeper Time Management app
- Passion Planner (get $5 off with this referral link)
- Lethally Her planner
- Planta app
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