This episode of the TiLT Parenting Podcast is all about getting organized—specifically organizing our spaces, and our lives, not to mention all the paperwork / material that we parents of differently-wired kids have to track and keep records of. To talk about all this, my guest is a dear friend who also happens to be an organizational guru…Lisa Viscardi, owner of Clarity by Lisa Viscardi. Lisa is known for helping her clients create systems that truly transform their lives.

In our conversation, LIsa talks about how getting organized and creating more clarity in our homes directly corresponds to the way we feel and experience our day-to-day lives. If you are a fan of Marie Kondo’s book The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up, you will love this episode because it takes things to a whole new, deeper level. It’s about less overwhelm, less stress, and more clarity and peace, with a special focus on the unique circumstances for parents with atypical kids. I hope you enjoy it! 

 

About Lisa: Lisa Viscardi is a professional organizer, but the work she does goes so much deeper. People invite her into their homes to help them organize their offices, kitchens and kids’ rooms, but what they don’t realize is that their physical clutter is a reflection of their internal clutter. Lisa’s business is called Clarity because that’s what she brings to people’s lives. Lisa helps people create order out of chaos by designing aesthetic, simple systems that are easy to use and maintain, and encourages people to free themselves from things they’ve held on to for the wrong reasons, or that they no longer need.

 

THINGS YOU’LL LEARN FROM THIS EPISODE:

  • Why you need to have a “Command Central” in your home
  • How to deal with a backlog of disorganization
  • How having more clarity in your home and life helps you be responsive rather than reactive
  • How to implement Lisa’s C.L.E.A.R. system (Categorize, Learn, Edit, Arrange, Revisit)
  • How to move forward by making intentional choices

 

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