I created this short video to show you that putting on a duvet cover can be done quickly and easily without a struggle.
The best part is, the whole process takes less than 2 minutes and can be done without assistance.
Sometimes we put off doing things because we think it’s a nuisance or will take too long.
If a task can be accomplished in 2 minutes of less, it’s worth doing without hesitation. The sense of accomplishment you’ll feel will likely motivate you to keep going and moving on to other quick little tasks.
One task builds on the next and before you know it, you’ve done more in a short period of time than you thought was possible!
The key to staying organized is maintenance. I hope this video will inspire a small action step you can take to maintaining your organized home environment.
“Shame is the most powerful master emotion. It’s the fear
that we’re not good enough.” -Brené Brown
If you’re not familiar with the Hawkins Consciousness Scale, what I’m about to say may seem like a stretch, but please suspend your disbelief and imagine that emotions have an associated frequency which is measured on a scale from zero to1000. At 20, shame vibrates at a very low frequency. Joy – Marie Kondo’s ultimate goal – vibrates at 540.
There’s a wide gap between shame and joy and it manifests in
our lives like this: shame stops us from achieving our most heartfelt goals,
whereas joy frees us up to possibilities beyond our wildest dreams.
Moving past shame toward joy can happen relatively quickly in the decluttering and organizing process. Much depends on the willingness to allow for possibilities beyond the current reality. Even if at first this is done through imagination.
What is your vision for your ideal home? Playing with this question can be the spark that begins raising your emotion on the scale from shame toward joy.