Ah, the start of the new school year. Whether or not you’ve got kiddos in school, or you’re in school yourself, September is a great time to get a fresh start on something you’ve been working on. For some people, getting a fresh start is easy. But for others, it may take more effort. Sometimes, the right plan of attack is to address the issue head on. For others, movement on one plane can help free up movement somewhere else. This concept is one of my very favorite lessons I’ve learned in life so far. If you’re a “rebel” (according to Gretchen Rubin’s description in her book, The Four Tendencies), knowing how to do this is the magic mojo you’ll need to accomplish your goals. In this post, I’ll give you some conventional and unconventional ways to grab ahold of some of that September “fresh start” energy that many people are riding on right now.
What is something you’ve done that’s helped you feel like you’ve been able to get a fresh start?
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By Jean Prominski, Certified Professional Organizer
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