Have you ever felt completely overwhelmed by everything on your home to do list?
You don’t know where to start.
You don’t know what to do next.
So, you do nothing.
Or maybe you haven’t even made a list. It’s too overwhelming to even think about writing everything down.
I totally get it. When we moved into our first home that’s exactly how I felt about our project list, everything from decorating to home improvement ideas. It felt like there were a gazillion projects to tackle in every room and no way we would ever complete them all.
What I know now, three homes later, is the project list never goes away. There are always new ideas. There are times when you add things to the list faster than you can cross things off.
What I’ve also learned is that achieving your home goals doesn’t have to be so overwhelming. There’s an easy process to figure out where to start, what to do next, and most importantly what NOT to do at all.
Join me for the free Set Your Home Goals Challenge and I’ll teach you the simple 4-step process to shrink your to do list, organize all your project ideas, and figure out which project you should do next.
Click here to start the Home Goals Challenge
The challenge starts the minute you sign up. You’ll receive all your challenge lessons via email, so you can keep them and refer back to them whenever you want.
What surprises most people about my method is how many projects and ideas they realize they shouldn’t do. Your time, money, and energy are precious resources and shouldn’t be wasted on projects that don’t truly improve your home and make it a better place for you to live. Saying no to the unworthy projects will free you up to say yes to the projects that deserve to be done.
I would rather you finish one really worthwhile project for your home this year than start half a dozen projects that don’t ever get finished.
It’s time to focus on the home goals that really matter.
Start the Home Goals Challenge now.
In just one week, I’ll help you clean up and organize your project list so you know exactly where to start and which projects will improve your home the most.