Finding Simplicity: Four Easy Steps To a Simpler Life

Finding Simplicity: Four Easy Steps to a Simpler Life

Does your life seem out of control? Do you feel paralyzed by the mess and clutter? Are you ready for a simple step-by step plan to help you move from chaos to calm?

Finding Simplicity gives you a easy system that empowers you to take back your life. One baby step at a time.

Imagine what it would be like if …

Your house is always tidy and clean. Now you don’t worry about unexpected visitors.

All level surfaces are clear. Your closets  and drawers stay tidy and organized.

Everything is put away AND you know where to find things when you need them.

You have time to do the things you love because your life is calm and organized.

Finding Simplicity will help you create the peaceful and calm life that has always seemed just out of reach.

No rigid rules or pages of lists. Just four simple steps that you can apply to every area of your life.

Beautiful photographs and inspirational quotes makes this book a joy to read.

What You Will Get

👉 A Four Step Action Plan

Finding your way out of an overwhelming mess is complicated. Even more so when you are dealing with work and family commitments. There can be so many hats to wear and knowing where to start can be challenging! My Four Step Action Plan shows you how you to take action and find your way to order one baby step at a time.

👉 A Quick Read

Have you ever wondered why most organizational books take so long to read? Me too! I always thought a book about getting your life in order should be short and to the point. So, I took everything I  learned about organization and distilled it into one easy-to-read, straightforward book. It is short and to the point. That is why it doesn’t cost much to buy.

👉 Four Simple Principles Rather than Rigid Rules

Everyone is different. What works for me isn’t necessarily going to work for you and vice versa. I am not going to give you lists of things to declutter. I will not tell you start with your clothes and work in a prescribed and regimented order. However,  I will advise you to pick a small area of your life that causes stress and start there. My starting point will not look like yours, because we have different priorities and that is okay.  There is no right or wrong way to get things in order.

👉 Actual Case Studies From My Life

I show you how I applied the four steps to two areas that were causing me needless stress, so you can see how they work in real life.

Let me help you tame those busy days

I do not push any particular planners, but you will get this beautiful printable as a free bonus.

What Are Readers Saying

The biggest benefit we’ve found is increased family engagement. We spend more time together doing the things we love. Things come and go but our relationships are priority

Jill

Staying organized and clutter free can be challenging when you have a large family. We constantly change and adapt to meet our family needs. I love the flexibility of your four step process.

Michael