I remember the exact moment when I knew that something had to give.
It was 2011. I was driving home from work—a job I loved and was good at. Heading home to my family—two babies and a husband whom I cherished.
In the car that day, I realized two things. (1) I was failing in almost every area of my life. (2) My family desperately needed me to succeed so we could thrive together.
My life had the potential to be amazing and meaningful. But since I wasn’t organized, it felt empty, hopeless, and impossible.
I constantly felt behind, like I was running and couldn’t get anywhere. It seemed like I was always on the verge of causing everything to crash down around me, and I was afraid my family would have to pick up the pieces.
I knew what I wanted out of life, and I knew I wasn’t going to get it if I stayed on my current path.
So I made a conscious decision.
I forged a new path.
It felt radical, like a huge leap of faith.
When I decided to take control of my life, it was a little scary. I had to learn new skills and implement new processes. Ultimately, I succeeded in organizing my home and my life, and the rewards have been tremendous! I found time and energy for all the people and things that matter most to me.
Now I teach thousands of women around the world to do the same.
Are you ready to overcome your own overwhelm?