Guilt-Free Zone

I was flicking through some blogs the other day, sorting and purging as I went.  There just aren’t enough hours in the day to read everything on the web.  Anyway, I came across a post with a title something like “Are You Guilty of Having Clutter?”  What the?  I mean, really!  Guilty?

Here’s some news… it’s not a crime!   Clients come to me for help in getting organised, clearing clutter, turning chaos into order.  I give them advice, support, hands on help.  The last thing I’m going to give them is an unhealthy dose of guilt.

It’s time we all recognised that words count.  The lanuguage we use impacts on others.  And I’m declaring this blog a Guilt-Free Zone.


2 Responses to “Guilt-Free Zone”

  1. Penny Says:

    I am glad to hear this blog is a Guilt-Free Zone!

    If there is anything that stops me from getting organised, it is when I let guilt drag me down. Positive thinking and meditation has definitely helped me to get back on track again!

  2. Alison Says:

    Lordy lordy, guilt is more likely to paralyse than motivate. “Guilty of Having Clutter” indeed – I think the blog editor is guilty of being a complete pillock.

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