Uncluttered Home for the Holidays: Are You Decorating or Celebrating? (Meetup)

Don't let holiday clutter steal the magic of the season.

Don’t let holiday clutter steal the magic of the season.

Houston Clutter Coaching Holiday 2011 Meetup

Thursday, December 8, 2011
7:00–8:30 p.m.
FREE

Gayle Goddard facilitates the monthly meeting of the Houston Clutter Coaching Meetup Group.

Henshaw House (Nature Discovery Center)
Russ Pitman Park
7112 Newcastle St.
Bellaire, TX 77401
713-667-6550

Sometimes we go a little nuts for the holidays. We want to make the season magical—for the children, out of family tradition, or because the holidays give us our inner compulsive shopper permission to come out and play. We try to recapture the sense of wonder we had as kids, but the cost is a to-do list that drains the peace and joy out of the season.

One big source of holiday stress is the impulse to decorate—and the tendency to accumulate decorations. In this meetup, we’ll talk about how to enhance the magic of the season by reducing your workload and your seasonal clutter. Spend the holidays in a spirit of family and celebration, not overwhelmed by the stuff that doesn’t matter.

This meetup will be the Houston Clutter Coaching holiday celebration! We’ll have refreshments, and we encourage you to bring a holiday treat to share if you wish. (But keep it simple—you have plenty of other things to do!)

[See the Program Notes for this meetup.]


As usual, we’ll also open the floor to your questions, success stories, and tales of trouble spots.

And don’t forget the drawing for a door prize or two! (You must be present to win.)

FREE and open to the public.

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Houston Clutter Coaching Meetup GroupThe Houston Clutter Coaching Meetup Group is a community of people who want to conquer their clutter and make more room in their lives for the things they love. Come learn tools and tips from an expert, and share your success stories and “ah‑hah!” moments…[READ MORE]

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