In this episode, I'm chatting with Krista Lockwood, founder of Motherhood Simplified. Krista helps moms declutter without becoming full blown minimalists.
In this episode you'll learn:
How Krista accidentally found the freedom that comes with having less stuffThe impact of clutter on our mental and emotional well being and the order that Krista recommends we start in to help make that better for ourselvesWhat clutter really means about us as individuals and as mothers and how removing it can remove more work than we might realize in surprising waysUsing the “tiny but mighty” decluttering tactic to tackle getting started. The way reparenting can factor into us being more successful at declutteringHow to navigate the mom guilt of the decluttering process
Find out more about Krista's course, Decluttering Simplified: The step by step process for moms to declutter their entire home HERE.
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A radical mother is a woman poised in her power ready to disrupt cycles of generational trauma running through her family like wildfire. She's working to improve her life, the lives of her children, and shape the landscape of her community. If that's you - you're in the right place.
This podcast is designed to connect you with resources, inspiration, and the reminder that you are not alone as you embark on your journey of radical mothering.
I’m your host Christa Bevan and I’m a certified TRE provider (which stands for tension & trauma releasing exercises), trauma-informed yoga instructor, and also a dynamic self-care coach for moms. And of course, a fellow radical mother. My approach to this work blends neuroscience-backed tools and heart-centered intuition.
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