I feel so much more at home in my home! Living in a small urban space can be challenging, and Kim has helped me embrace all that is good about it. Since I began working with her at the end of 2015, Kim has coached me within my budget to make some fundamental yet doable shifts, and now I feel so cozy! My surroundings feel joyful, inspiring and nurturing. I feel excited to have friends over for dinner for the first time in a while. Kim helped me understand that size didn’t matter (ha ha!) that who I am and the way my space now reflects that is something I can relax into and feel proud to share with others. The beautiful compliments I’ve received lately on my apartment certainly feel great. And most importantly, I am waking up feeling motivated to create even more beauty with my life.Krista
I am a wife, mother to grown children, grandmother
and teacher. Within the last five years, I have lost my
dad, my husband’s older brother AND father, sold
their homes and moved my mom into a condo. I am a
collector by nature and already had a LOT of stuff.
This brought even more “stuff” into our home. After sorting
through all of their things, selling some, passing some on, and
discarding a ton, I decided that I did NOT want my children or
grandchildren to have to deal with so many of my possessions. I
live in a sizable home with plenty of storage, so I have been able to
keep many items long past the time that they have been useful to
me. I am also at a place in my life where the people and
experiences mean more to me than possessions.
When I was given the opportunity to participate in this course,
it came at the perfect time and has been life changing for me. It
has really helped me to evaluate what is necessary for me to send
on to a new home or new purpose as well as what is important for
me to keep and why to do so. While clearing my clutter was the
original goal, this course has offered so much more to me in that it
has opened up space in my home and my life for creating a sense
of peace and beauty and for fostering the relationships that really
matter to me.
If you are ready to find your way to “clear your clutter and change your life”,
I would highly recommend that you take the steps that
this course outlines. It offers a clear and systematic procedure for
making the necessary changes to do this in your home and in your
“It’s lovely to be able to really applaud something!
I am an introvert by nature, and that means there aren’t many things that actually spur me into this kind of action to say this is great and you really have to do this. For mw to recommend something is quite unusual!
I am highly recommending Kim’s course because I decided I could do with decluttering my house… I had accumulated a fair amount of stuff and I could use to make some space for practical reasons. As I went through I was surprised at the process that I went through with Kim who does it in a very gentle and supportive way, and realized I actually could move stuff out of my life.
At the end of the course I realized that what Kim had actually created for me was not only space in my home, but also space in my mind! It has been really powerful letting go of things that defined previous stages of my life. I am no free to be who I am… I highly recommend Kim’s course because it is so much more than decluttering your home!”
When I was young I kept one drawer for valuables: stamp collection, baseball cards, mementos. I was free to be a kid. A lot of life later, I had become a piler and a clutterer, My professional focus (teaching and writing) had begun to suffer to my preoccupation with my stuff. I was stuck and turned to Kimberly who first suggested I read Marie Kondo’s book about tidying up. I did but I needed more, so Kim came to my house. First, we arranged the elements of my office space (desk, couch, chairs, rug) into a comfortable array that I so enjoy now. Then, unimpressed with my out-of-sight-out-of-mind take on Marie Kondo, Kimberly helped me dig out the clutter — throwing some away, giving much away, and keying off me to categorize what was left. I felt like I had my childhood drawer back. If I could sum up Kim’s genius: she listened to me, helped create a place I love to occupy, and worked with me to have a simple system, my system. I love knowing where my checkbook is.Howard