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Hey there, busy parents, professionals, entrepreneurs and artists!!!
Would you like to have a desk that is free of paper piles?
Would you like to locate important papers within a matter of seconds?
Would you like to have a work or living space that inspires you?
Would you like to learn tools and tips to make time work for you?
Would you like to eliminate clutter and increase your peace of mind?
If you answered “YES!” to any of these questions, I have good news:
A professional organizer since 1999, I have been featured in Time Out New York, Fitness, Family Circle, Esquire, The Brooklyn Paper, and The Sun Times Chronicle. I would love to help you start the fall season with ease and grace!
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Being real in this way is not an easy thing to do as we live in a culture that often shows us images of physical and material perfection. As a result, we all want to look younger, thinner, wealthier, and more successful. We are rewarded externally when we succeed at this masquerade, but people who are real remind us that, internally, we suffer. Whenever we feel that who we are is not enough and that we need to be bigger, better, or more exciting, we send a message to ourselves that we are not enough. Meanwhile, people who are not trying to be something more than they are walk into a room and bring a feeling of ease, humor, and warmth with them. They acknowledge their wrinkles and laugh at their personal eccentricities without putting themselves down.
People like this inspire us to let go of our own defenses and relax for a moment in the truth of who we really are. In their presence, we feel safe enough to take off our masks and experience the freedom of not hiding behind a barrier. Those of us who were lucky enough to have a parent who was able to keep it real may find it easier to be that way ourselves. The rest of us may have to work a little harder to let go of our pretenses and share the beauty and humor of our real selves. Our reward for taking such a risk is that as we do, we will attract and inspire others, giving them the permission to be real too.