Organizing the Home is Fun and Easy

Get Organized!  

Presentation by Jenny Layton

"Don’t have time to get organized? You don’t have time NOT to get organized! If you are feeling overwhelmed, out of time, and overrun by “stuff,” you won’t want to miss this class. Packed full of tools to help you organize your time, your home, and your life, Professional Organizer Jenny Layton makes getting organized fun AND easy."  

More about Jenny Layton:

Jenny Layton is the creator of the blog The Happy Gal, and the author of the newly released cookbook Healthy Eating The Happy Gal Way. As an author, speaker, blogger and coach, Jenny draws upon her background of professional organizing, personal coaching, and her own life experiences to inspire other women to create a life they love, full of peace and purpose. Jenny has appeared on numerous lifestyle shows such as Studio 5 and Good Things Utah, and is a regular contributor on the Matt Townsend radio show. She lives in Kaysville, Utah with her husband and five children.

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Jennifer says

Definitely a needed class for a person like me. 🙂

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    Jenny Layton says

    Jennifer, I can't wait to share this information with you! Getting organized is so much easier than you think! See you on June 2!

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Julie C says

I'm looking forward to this session

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    Jenny Layton says

    Can't wait to connect with you, Julie!
     

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Sheralee Hardy says

I've attending many classes on getting organized, but this was the most validating, empowering, and inspirational one ever. Thank you, Jenny, for giving me tools and the courage to use them!

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    Jenny Layton says

    Sheralee, you just made my day! Thank you so much for attending the class, and I'm so glad it was helpful for you. Stay in touch, and be sure to keep me updated on your progress!

     

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Cynthia Mercado says

How do you release stuff when you are very low income? I don't like to get rid of stuff that I may need later because I can not afford to purchase.

 

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    Jenny Layton says

    Great question, Cynthia. The only time to release is when you can feel that it takes up more energy to keep it around than it does to let it go. If you truly want to keep the stuff, don't feel pressure to release it! Simply designate an out-of-the-way storage space to keep it until it is needed. But be honest with yourself. If you are operating out of a scarcity mentality, meaning that you are motivated by fear that you won't have what you need when you need it, then you might want to experiment with the concept that "the space for what you want is filled up with what you've already settled for insead." Another red flag that you are operating in scarcity mentality is if you begrudge the items you are storing, or wish you could use the space for something else. If you suspect that this might be the case, then start small. Let go of a few things that have value (though don't presently have value to you) and be very aware of what comes into your space in the next few days or weeks, or even month. You will find that something you have been wanting will show up. It isn't always an exact exchange; it could be something emotional, physical, or within a relationship. The key is to be aware and notice it, so you can the confidence to repeat it. This is abundance living, and you will become a huge fan of it!

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