The Gift of Love

The Gift of Love

I consider myself very fortunate.  Every month, I meet with two other business owners to brainstorm ideas for our businesses.  Boy,  is it ever easy to come up with ideas for other people!   We talk about everything including who we are marketing to, how to grow our business, what our strategy is going to be for the new year, etc.  I just love our meetings as I always come away feeling motivated and of course, I have some action items that I need to ensure get done before our next months’ meeting.  I love having that accountability!

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In November, we had our monthly meeting just like we always do every month.  It was during this meeting where it was suggested that I utilize my technical skills, combined with my knowledge to teach others the tips and tricks of organizing specific spaces.  We brainstormed what it could look like, how long it would be, etc.  I left that meeting thinking:  “Yes, let’s do this!  Why not?”

It’s been a l-o-n-g time since I created a course and I spent a lot of time thinking about the logistics of it all.  My original plan started with 12 weeks.  After getting some feedback from family and friends, it was decided that 12 weeks was just too long of a commitment for people.  I knew I didn’t want to cut down the content so I changed the format completely!

The Result

The end result is a course that is 6 weeks long, one hour a week, to help individuals fall in love with their homes.  I have put a lot of thought into the content and as I work on each module I get more and more excited.  Each module is a mixture of all of my year’s experience with organizing combined with my new knowledge of decorating and making a space functional yet pretty (yes – that’s such a girly word – I know).

I hope that you can join me or forward this information on to someone who you think may enjoy this course.  Perhaps you can give the gift of love as a Christmas gift.

Here’s to falling in love with your home!



 Wishing to fall in love with your home, see how I can help!

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