Monthly Archives: March 2016

“You just gotta jump”…

So, I’m sure at some point over the last few months, you may have seen the Steve Harvey “he didn’t know the cameras were still rolling” speech where he enthusiastically tells people to recognize their  “gift” that they have been given and be wildly successful in life with it. What is that gift? It is different for everyone. It is your PASSION… What, in this life, are you passionate about?

I am passionate about helping people. I am a nurse. I started this blog as a way to help people struggling in life, looking for some positivity instead of the sea of negativity that tries to drown us daily. My Twitter feed is full of positive encouragement. I distance myself from drama. 

Maybe the Universe is guiding me to the place where I can share my passion for helping people and I can be happy, too. Don’t get me wrong, being a nurse, helping people like that, can be very rewarding. But, when it’s bad, it’s bad. Day after day, it wears you down.

Coaching people, encouraging people, helping people “find their gift”, helping people have a peaceful space, helping people organize their time and belongings so they are happy. Brings a smile to my face. And after so long, I think  I have finally found a way to share my “gift”, a way to follow my passion.


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High quality organizing products for all areas of your home and auto. I decided to join this company because I needed help with organizing my household. Even as a teenager, I was always helping my friends clean and organize their rooms while I left mine…well, we don’t need to go there. 😳

If all goes according to plan, I will have a nice, organized, calm, chaos-free…oh, wait…I have gremlins ages 2 and 4…sigh…never mind. I will share some before and after pictures as we go along, no matter how painful it may be. I will do that in the spirit of helping you, my wonderful, soon-to-be-organized-with-me friends!


Julie  (not a pampered princess)