Kenya is trained by Marie Kondo and her team in the specialized decluttering and organizational plan called the KonMari Method™. Kenya helps individuals live a more intentional life by providing guidance and coaching on decluttering and organizing.
The KonMari Method™ is a behavioral change model that focuses on joy and teaches clients how to tidy in the following order (declutter by category not location):
- Komono (kitchen items, electronics, crafts, toiletries, all misc. items)
In order to see results clients must tidy in the order above and each category must be complete before moving to the next category. Clients will learn how to re-purpose boxes, fold clothes and most importantly how to keep their personal space tidy. Kenya provides coaching through each category and guidance on how to organize the space in a way that helps clients live out the vision they have for their home.
*Compassionate Badassery Life – Is defined by Kenya as a lifestyle that incorporates being compassionate, living fully with intention, being able to set boundaries, and being direct with a sense of kindness and poise. It is embracing living in the wilderness and recognizing ones greatness. It’s a lifestyle that celebrates badassery, but emphasizes self-love and embodies community.
Where does Compassionate Badassery (CB) fit in with tidying/decluttering? Put the oxygen mask on yourself before putting it on a loved one or neighbor. CB is the ultimate practice of compassion, self-care and self-compassion. It is living a life that is intentional, mindful, compassionate, ego free, full of joy, but yet bold, empowered, fearless and health driven. If you are open, Kenya can teach you the basic self-care practices of mindfulness and Ayurveda and share Feng Shui tools. Self-compassion is not a sign of weakness it is the ultimate display of strength. Going through this process with Kenya will be transformative and life changing; clients will walk away with a more intentional lifestyle and the tools needed to live a Compassionate Badassery Life.
Here are a few questions to ask yourself as you think about the life you see for yourself and how intentionality, gratitude and compassion fit it:
- Are you and/or your family suffering because your space is cluttered with “stuff?”
- Do your possessions bring you joy or are they placeholders for your emotions, memories and dreams?
- Are you intentional about how you take care of your personal space and do you show and express gratitude for all of your belongings?
- What’s your “joy” factor?
- Do you understand the impact your personal space has on you in totality (mind, body and spirit)?
- Are you really ready to let go?
These are just a few questions to consider as you question whether you need/want to declutter.
Consultation: Complimentary 45 minute phone consultations are offered.
Fees: Tidying Lessons and Organizing Fees (Atlanta/Decatur, Georgia areas only): $65 per hour.