Ah, Costco. Gloriously large and yet frighteningly large all at the same time. Do you ever feel lost when you enter a Costco? You are not alone. Listen in as Kathi offers tips to help guide you through Costco as a savvy shopper. Equipping us with strategies and surefire tips for preparedness that will remove the stress out of shopping (and maybe even make it fun!) your trip to Costco will never be the same.
Go and put your Costco shopping ideas/comments and we will pick one person to receive a copy of the Clutter-free book.
Ever feel like the digital age has taken over your life and the lives of your loved ones? Listen in as Kathi interviews Arlene Pellicane to discuss Arlene’s new book, “Calm, Cool and Connected”. Learn five digital habits for a more balanced life and how to tame the modern tools to take back our lives. Forming new habits, we can learn to navigate the digital world and prioritize loved ones, as well. Leave a comment on our website to be entered to receive a free copy of Arlene’s new book.
Kathi and Tonya Kubo are back for Part 2 of the Kickstart to Clutter Free series. Tonya shares her Clutter Free journey and why she is passionate in sharing her story with others.
So many people with clutter problems are afraid of being judged. Kathi’s book Clutter Free helped Tonya put a system into place, without shame and fear that led her to living free from her clutter in every area of her life. You can do the same. Listen in for encouragement.
“Hi my name is Kathi and I am a clutterer.”
Maybe you can relate? Kathi and guest, Tonya Kubo, discuss what they have learned about common traits of those of us that struggle with clutter. Often those of us with clutter struggle with boundaries. We say yes to too many things and put ourselves last. Then because we don’t handle the clutter correctly we are mean to ourselves. We just try to do too much and set ourselves up for failure.
Kickstart to Clutter Free
Kathi has broken the process down into tiny steps that everyone can complete in her online eCourse, Kickstart to Clutter Free and is offering at only $5.99 with coupon code CFPODCAST17 through September 22, 2017! Our challenge on the Facebook group will start September 5 and we’ll go through each of the 14 Days of the Kickstart together through September 22.
Listen in to learn more and kick clutter to the curb!
More resources mentioned in the episode:
Clutter Free Bible Study – What Jesus Has To Say About Your Stuff
Join the Clutter Free Academy Facebook Group
Chock-full of tips to help us survive in the rugged terrain of the dogged morning routine, Author, Speaker and Clutter-Free guru Kathi Lipp guides us with many failproof strategies to get out the door with a smile on our face. And, yes, we can get up and going even with kids. Links to the resources Kathi uses are in the podcast post on our website. Listen in today and comment to be entered for a free giveaway of the book, “Overwhelmed”. In the words of Kathi, “Be the wise woman who gets focused and gets out the door in a powerful way each and every day.”
***GIVEAWAY: What is your best “get out the door” tactic?
Comment on the podcast page and one commenter will win a copy of my book Overwhelmed.***
Ever feel like you will never get a handle on your breakfast routine? Kathi Lipp guides us in this episode to developing strategies with several practical tips that will help you to eat healthier and be less stressed for breakfast.
Get unstuck with a variety of different tools to aid in easier cooking, recipe ideas, prep ideas for ahead of time, and storage ideas that Kathi shares to take the hassle out of breakfast. Come on in and get your breakfast time rejuvenated!
*Bonus: GET A FREE DOWNLOAD of 30 breakfast ideas from Kathi!*
As part of our Clutter Free Morning Series, we are discussing quiet time. While quiet times are so specific to each person, and don’t necessarily have to happen in the mornings, it is a great way to start the day and get minds and hearts ready for the day. Kathi began really finding her heart more aligned with God by having her quiet time as part of her calendar each morning without fail.
Kathi gives us several encouraging tips on how to make quiet time a real thing no matter what stage in life you are in and how many people you have under foot each day.
Ephesians: Heaven’s Riches 12-week Study Guide: The Passionate Life Bible Study Series
The Women’s Bible Study Cafe
The Worship Bible
Praying God’s Word for Your Life
Tell us and Win!
What is something that has helped your quiet time become more rich? Three commenters will win a copy of Kathi’s book, Praying God’s Word for Your Life.
Do you have a morning routine that works for you? Kathi and Erin discuss how to have a clutter free morning and give you three strategies to make mornings much easier.
Implement these tips now to start the new school year stress-free.
As promised, a pick of Erin’s wall charger:
We will be giving away 2 books to one lucky winner. Leave a comment below within the next 7 days. Start your comment with…..”Hey, this is my best ‘Night Before’ Ideas.” and give us your best tips. We will be using some of them in future blog posts.
One person who leaves a comment with tips will be randomly selected to receive both, The Get Yourself Organized Project and Put the Disciple into Discipline.
*US residents only
Kathi and Cheri Gregory, co-author of Overwhelmed, get together for this episode for a little discussion regarding the concepts of being overwhelmed and being clutter free. So often we find that our clutter overwhelms us and that being overwhelmed contributes to our clutter. It can be a viscous cycle.
Kathi and Cheri discuss 5 steps to keep from getting overwhelmed as your declutter your home, your heart and your life.
Marriage is such hard work. We all would like an easy way to divorce-proof our relationship. None of us go into marriage thinking it won’t last but most of us also have no idea what it takes to keep the marriage from failing. Guest, Laura Taggart, author of the new book Making Love Last: Divorce-Proofing Your Young Marriage, answers Kathi’s hard questions about how we handle conflict, why marriage is difficult, and what we can do about it from the very beginning.
Early on in our marriages, differences can be scary and cause a lot of tension. Laura addresses the ebbs and flows of different stages of our marriage, how we can pursue happiness together, learning how to get through difficulties gracefully and how to deal with our own feelings.
If you are married, have a friend whose marriage is in a tough spot, listen in for some new insight in keeping marriages strong.
We are giving away a copy of Laura’s new book! Comment below and tell us what is one thing about marriage that surprised you. One winner will be chosen. Open to US residents only.