Organising your external environment for more internal peace

Organising your external environment for more internal peace

By Kate Moryoussef

Does a messy, disorganised environment make you feel anxious? Perhaps decluttering and having a minimal clutter helps you feel internally calmer? Or maybe you're desperate to for this but just unsure where to begin?!

If that's the case, you'll love this week’s guest, professional organiser, entrepreneur and author Vicky Silverthorn. Vicky started her business, You Need A Vicky, over 12 years ago, back in the days when people hadn't heard of this job role. She is an adopted mum of one and lives in Richmond, Surrey. 

During this episode, Kate and Vicky speak about:

OCD and ADHDVicky's burnout story and understanding how her ADHD has presentedReframing simplicity and productivity with an ADHD slantWhy Vicky needed a practical hands-on career before she even knew she had ADHDThe impact of decluttering on our mental healthSeparating sentimentality and clutter Creative simple, sustainable systems to stay organisedEasy ways to start decluttering and organising for an ADHD brainGetting the motivation to de-clutterHow Vicky dealt with her emotions post-ADHD diagnosisWhy an ADHD brain benefits from clean and tidy environmentsWhat Vicky has learnt about herself since her diagnosisHow we intuitively learn how to look after our mental health

You can connect with Vicky on her website, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube

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Kate Moryoussef is a women’s ADHD Lifestyle & Wellbeing coach and EFT practitioner helping overwhelmed yet unfulfilled (many with ADHD like her) women find more calm, balance, health, compassion, creativity and clarity in their lives. 

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