Welcome to a bonus “Ask Me 3” episode with Carly Adams, home organizer and owner of Tidy Revival
Listen as I ask Carly the 3 questions:
1. What tips to you have to start decluttering when you feel overwhelmed at home?
2. What are some tips to create simple systems so that my family can get on board with home organization & Mom doesn’t need to be the gatekeeper?
3. How do you find time to create systems / declutter & organize when you’re already stretched thin as a parent?
Listen as Carly asks me the 3 questions:
1. As a parenting specialist, how do you recommend that parents approach decluttering and organizing when they have children with big emotions? For example, how can parents balance the need for structure and organization with the potential stress and anxiety that decluttering and reorganizing may trigger in children who struggle with big emotions?
2. Many parents of children with big emotions find themselves feeling overwhelmed and drained, which can make it difficult to prioritize self-care and maintain their own mental and emotional health. What recommendations do you have for parents who want to create a more balanced and sustainable approach to parenting, while also managing their own stress levels and emotional well-being?
3. How can I help my child develop emotional regulation skills and build resilience, especially when I’m feeling overwhelmed myself? Are there any specific decluttering or organizing strategies that can support these efforts?