Marty Walden offers one on one coaching services for those struggling with clutter and overwhelm.
You want a comfortable home where family and friends gather, enjoying casual conversation and much laughter.
Yet somehow the way you picture it in your mind is never the way your home looks in real life.
Right now it’s impossible because your home is filled with clutter.
Everywhere you look, you’re surrounded by too much stuff!
Quite frankly, you’re embarrassed and overwhelmed, afraid someone might ring the doorbell and you’ll have to pretend you’re not home.
How did all this happen?
Maybe you’ve sadly been tasked with the chore of taking care of a family member’s earthly possessions.
Quite possibly you’re the family caretaker of all the sentimental memorabilia.
Perhaps you’ve even suffered a divorce but don’t understand why you just can’t let go of all.the.stuff.
The things that used to bring you joy are now gathering dust, getting in the way of what’s important: FREEDOM to enjoy your home and not feel like you’re in a prison.
Does this sound familiar?
Hi, I’m Marty Walden, and I’m on a mission to help other women find peace in their homes and lives.
As my husband and I raised our five biological and adopted children I felt like our home was in constant chaos.
Three months after we adopted a sibling group of three children, my sister died of a massive heart attack at age 53. Life was already overwhelming but then it became heartbreaking as well.
My sister’s only child was just 20 at the time, and over the years I’ve tried to be the best aunt and substitute mom figure while juggling my own busy life.
In the beginning it meant helping my niece figure out what to do with all the remnants of a life cut far too short.
Just a few years later my parents went from their home to a nursing facility in the course of three weeks.
It was devastating.
They were unprepared and I was stunned and completely alone. I was tasked with disposing of everything except the few things that would fit into one small hospital size room.
I was grieving both my parents ill health and the grave responsibility thrust upon me as their daughter.
I’ll never forget how I wished someone could have walked beside me and told me where to begin and which steps to take next.
I am oh too familiar with grief and the necessity for dealing with life’s last possessions.
I’ve learned some valuable lessons along this journey and I’m passionate about helping others discover the hard fought peace I’ve found.
Decluttering is overwhelming.
Finding a place to start may be the hardest part of all.
Doing it alone feels like one more heartbreaking struggle.
Yet the truth is letting go of the STUFF can lead to freedom: a home you can be proud of and a respite from the storms of life.
Can you relate? Are you just stuck and feel like you’re hopelessly spinning your wheels?
I can help!
Over the years I’ve gained valuable insight as I’ve walked through my own grief journey and talked to so many people both in real life and through my blog.
I’m thrilled to offer one on one coaching services as a way to help you eliminate clutter and find peace in your home and life.
I’d love to help YOU take the next step. For more information simply click here.
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