“Keep silent and what you resist will be heard”

Today, I needed music to calm my mind – do some mind decluttering. Have you ever wanted to declutter your mind of negativity and stuff that occupies your thoughts but does not move you forward?

~Have a peaceful weekend~

π’΄π‘œπ“Šπ“‡ π’»π“‡π’Ύπ‘’π“ƒπ’Ήπ“π“Ž π’ͺ𝓇𝑔𝒢𝓃𝒾𝓏𝑒𝓇!

Is Your Child A Clutterbug?

I created a NEW Coaching Program for Kids, to help them organize their schoolwork: Homework, Note Taking, and Study Skills to start them on a pathway to being focused and purposeful with their school career while bringing them self-esteem and general wellbeing. (8/2022)

Our Lifestyle Organizers specialize in handling the personal, tangible property items during the process of settling an estate, as well as assisting the professionals, individuals, and families involved.

When a client finds us, or an attorney first refers a client to our Lifestyle Organizer, the person has usually just suffered a loss. Not only is this person handling the new, and many times unexpected, issues at hand, but they are doing so while grieving. 

Everything seems harder and much more overwhelming in these circumstances. As a compassionate and experienced professional on your side in a complex and overwhelming process, a Lifestyle Organizer can be the perfect ally.

Peace & Harmony

κ—₯❀ π‡πšπ©π©π² π…π«π’ππšπ²! ❀κ—₯

If you have never heard of Karen Souza before, you’ll love her in the end!
Have a peaceful weekend . . .

❀κ—₯~κ—₯❀ 𝐏𝐞𝐚𝐜𝐞 & π‡πšπ«π¦π¨π§π² ❀κ—₯~κ—₯❀

The way we spend our time defines who we are…

Happy Friday!

Take a listen to laura – she’ll plant some seeds about time management skills.

Big news coming Monday . . .

Have the best weekend

Peace β™₯ Harmony

Meaning Behind The Meal

“Why is this night different from all other nights?” This is a question that is asked by the youngest member of a Jewish family (or the American housecleaner…Me!) at the Passover Seder. On Passover, it’s considered the family duty to retell the story of the exodus out of Egypt when God “passed over” the homes of the Israelites during the last of the 10 plagues.

Each of the six items on the Seder plate have a specific meaning in regards to the story of Passover.

  1. Maror: These are the bitter herbs, meant to symbolize the harshness the Jews were treated with when they were slaves in Egypt. Red horseradish is often used for this.
  2. Charoset: This is a mixture of apples, wine, walnuts and cinnamon and is used to represent the bricks and mortar used by the Hebrews to build the pyramids.
  3. Karpas: A vegetable, often celery, is used to represent hope and renewal. The karpas is dipped in salt water before eaten to represent the tears of the Jews when they were slaves.
  4. Zeroah: The shank bone on the plate symbolizes the Pascal Lamb whose blood was painted on the doors of the Israelites so that God would pass over the homes during the 10th plague (slaying of the firstborn).
  5. Beitzah: The hardboiled egg represents the circle of life.
  6. Matzo: Three pieces of matzo are stacked on a separate plate. The middle matzo is broken and one half of it is put aside as the afikomen, which the father will hide and have the children search for in return for a prize (or the children hide it and have the father search in some homes). The other half of the broken matzo will be used to make a Hillel sandwich, which includes the maror and charoset.

I believe if you’re going to have people trust you to come into their homes and businesses, you need to respect their cultural traditions that make their lives “make sense” to them, along with giving them a connection with their family and friends of their cultural background. We can learn so much from each other if we would open our hearts first and then our minds.

Our minds are like parachutes, they mean nothing if they don’t open!

Peace β™₯ Harmony

Cheryl XO

July 4th 2020

Most beautifully written paper . . .

Peace Harmony & Independence

Cheryl XO

From Our Table To Yours

~Happy Thanksgiving~

From our home and heart to yours I wish you a Happy Thanksgiving. I know it sounds clique but, you can always find something to be thankful for in your life. Thanksgiving Day is a good day to recommit our energies to giving thanks or just giving. May you have at the table people that love and respect you, plenty of food to feel thankful, and lots of laughter . . .

“The unthankful heart discovers no mercies; but let the thankful heart sweep through the day and, as the magnet finds the iron, so it will find, in every hour, some heavenly blessings!” – Henry Ward Beecher

Peace Harmony & Happy Givings!

XO Cheryl

 

 

 

 

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