Use Mindfulness To Change Your Organizing Habits
Organizing will probably fail if it only addresses the symptoms of the disorganization and doesn't get to the root causes. It's like mowing the dandelions from your yard; they'll grow back. To make effective and lasting changes, you need to pull them out by the roots. In the same way, your physical surroundings are a reflection of your mental and emotional processes.
Come take a workshop with Joyce Wilde, Author of the book The Wilde Woman's Guide to Organizing in Five Simple Steps: Using Mindfulness to Change Your Habits. Joyce will talk about how to pull out those dandelions by the roots, and her new book. She will be at the Squirrel Hill Family Wellness Center, on Saturday, March 1st, from 1:00-3:00.
The Center is located at 4354 Murray Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15217 (it is on the second floor and not wheelchair accessible).
The focus of this workshop is to assist people who would like to be organized as a way of living, rather than get temporarily organized. Learn to physically organize yourself and understand the emotional and mental roots that cause disorganization. The fee for the workshop is $25, which includes the book. Joyce B. Wilde, M.S., is a psychologist, writer, professional organizer, and international speaker who helps creative professionals through challenging transitions by teaching them how to organize effectively and communicate compassionately.
Saturday, March 1st
1:00 - 3:00 PM
4354 Murray Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15217 On the second floor.
$25 (fee includes book)
Please RSVP with Joyce by February 25th at[masked] or [masked]