Isn't it strange that no matter how
sophisticated your organizer or planner is,
your life still doesn't fit into it?
You are deeply grateful for so many things in your life: people who love you, a mind that loves to learn, fresh running water and enough to eat, and so many opportunities to make a difference in the world.
And yet, if you're anything like me, you sometimes fantasize about the perfect invention: a universal pause button—everyone and everything would stop (including aging!) until you had caught up. You'd have all the time you need to process, to feel, to grasp, and understand your life. In this timeless space, you'd finally have enough time and energy to feel your way to the next steps you want to take
"I am using your most fabulous Life Organizer and working with a friend on it. In just a few short weeks I am feeling a major shift - I can't tell you how grateful I am to you. You see, one life at a time you are changing the world. WOW!" Nancy
You yearn to feel centered, to hear and heed the call of your heart. Because without this centered feeling, life runs away with you—and from you. It becomes something that happens to you, rather than something you are intentionally co-creating.
You don't need another self-help book or "10 tips to simplify your life." You don't want someone else to tell you what to do. What you need is a reliable process for finding your own solutions, a way to respond to and flow with life by listening to your heart.
If this sounds compelling, please sign up to download a free audio of my simple life-organizing process. We'll send it right over. It's easy to listen to right from your computer and you'll quickly learn the life changing five steps to creating a life that fits you!
If you are wondering if my approach really works, see life organizing in action to find out who really benefits from our approach.
"Jennifer--I have been a fan for years--have the original Comfort books from several years ago--and although I enjoy your website I had put off getting the Life Organizer. I just turned 59 and somehow felt like this would be something for a younger, working, busy-busy mom sort of a person, not an empty nester with plenty of freedom and time.
Guess what--I was wrong! Yes I am blesssed at this stage of my life with plenty of unstructured time but I'm finding that this can be a mixed blessing. . . sometimes I am almost overwhelmed with the feeling of should-ness about all this freedom, and that is as frustrating as having no extra time at all. Although I have just begun exploring the Organizer, it already has led me to a calmer, more gentle place where I am free to do, or not, and I can feel those nasty little Shoulds retreating into the background. You seem to be giving me permission to let life, and especially the actively "creative" parts of life, happen more generically, with no schedule or sense of compulsion. Thanks and blessings. . ." Martha