About the Event
January is National Get Organized month as established by the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO). Join countless others across the country who are devoting themselves to live with less clutter and creating more space to live as they truly desire.
In this active decluttering retreat, there are 4 weeks devoted to renewing your home and increasing the hope in your life. You’ll be guided through deep breathing and guided meditation exercises, learn expert organizing tips, and experience a supportive community of individuals who also struggle with clutter.
Dates: Saturdays, January 7, 14, 21, and 28
Time: 9-10:30 AM PT
*Recordings of each session will be available for a week.
*45 minutes will be devoted to active decluttering in your home every week.
Testimonies from past retreatants:
-“The biggest gift to me was knowing that there are many others who are having the same issues with clutter and difficulty in getting rid of papers, items, & sentimental objects.”
-“Amber’s calm demeanor and breaking things down to manageable increments was invaluable.”
-“My home feels lighter and brighter.”
About the Presenter(s)Amber Blandford
Amber is an Intuitive Guide and Certified Virtual Professional Organizer™.
In January of 2016, Amber founded Joyful Spaces, LLC professional organizing in Decatur, GA. Through decluttering, she creates space for clients to release what is no longer serving them and frees them to live the life they ultimately desire. Amber also leads workshops and retreats on Decluttering Mindfully, Women’s Spirituality, The Enneagram, Self-Care, Compassion Through Crisis, and Embodiment.
Before opening Joyful Spaces, LLC, Amber served as a chaplain and bereavement coordinator in hospital and hospice settings for 7 years in Berkeley, CA and Atlanta, GA.
Amber earned her license as a Board Certified Chaplain through the National Association of Catholic Chaplains in 2012. In 2010, she earned a Master of Theological Studies (M.T.S.) and a Master of Arts in Ministry in Multicultural Church (M.A.M.C.) from the Franciscan School of Theology in Berkeley, CA.