"Declutter Your Life" is one of my coaching focus areas.

As any digital nomad will tell you, having too much "stuff" isn't convenient when you're always on the go. However, that doesn't mean you have to live in a constant state of minimalism. Au contraire. It's about strategically curating your belongings so they reflect you who are, the values you hold, and the lifestyle you want to live. 

Together, we will explore how to create abundance on less, so you can live sustainably. No, I won't make you throw anything away, but I will help you question why you are holding onto things that may no longer serve you. This stage is about letting go in order to receive.

This framework is highly recommended for all types of digital nomads, but it's essential for vagabonds and expats.

Your Life

It's about letting go in order to receive ...

Examples of what we might chat about:

Which of your possessions are emotional and which ones are material? Why is that?

What do you really need vs. what do you really want?

How can we create a light and sustainable lifestyle for you that still feels abundant and joyful?

Might any of your possessions serve someone else better?

How can we pack your bags with intention and clarity?

What helps you feel at home when you're away from home?

So what qualifies me to coach on this topic? 

I have spent the past decade as a highly successful Professional Organizer, working with clients from all over the world on their organizing and productivity goals.

I am a Golden Circle member of NAPO (the National Association of Organizing & Productivity Professionals), and my business currently holds their stamp of approval. I served on the board for NAPO Chicago from 2017-2019 as Director of Technology.

As a digital nomad myself, I understand the challenges of having a traveling lifestyle, and I'm excited to help you find your "Lagom" (that's Swedish for "just the right amount"), so that you can embrace "Hygge" (that's Danish for "cozy comfort"), no matter where you go and where you stay.

Yes, you will learn a bit of Swedish working with me. ;-)