Neat Freaks Have Clutter Too

If you consider yourself a neat freak without clutter issues, you might think again. We often think of people with clutter issues as those seen on an episode off TLC’s Hoarders, but clutter can show up in seemingly neat and tidy environments too. It’s just organized clutter.

Read More
Tisha MorrisComment
Your Feng Shui Guide to Love: 6 Ways to Attract and Maintain THE ONE

Have you been looking for love in all the wrong places? Actually all you need to do is look in your bedroom. Your bedroom gives clues (AKA RED FLAGS) as to the state of your love life. The good news is that as you make some changes to your bedroom, your love life or current relationship will improve. Here are some ways to amp things up in your love life.

Read More
It's Time for A Clutter Intervention

Clutter Intervention teaches you about the psychological, emotional, and energetic components underlying your possessions, making it easier for you to let go and live authentically. Discover ways to clear out items associated with your past relationships, jobs, and unhealed grief.

Read More
Tisha MorrisComment
How Your Stuff is Keeping You Stuck

I’ve spent years helping people let go of stuff, along with my own, and have heard every excuse you could imagine for holding onto certain items. What I’ve noticed is that most people don’t have a problem decluttering en masse, but there are inevitability certain items we hold on to that keep us stuck. And, by stuck, I mean preventing us from living the life we want to be living.

Read More
Tisha MorrisComment
Let it Bend Before it Breaks

I was recently trimming a dying rosemary bush and was reminded of a song by Brandi Carlile, called Bend Before it Breaks. The dead branches were hard and impossible to cut with my pruners. They didn’t bend. I could only break them. The living branches were supple and easy to bend. Some were in between – they had a choice of which direction to take.

Read More
Self-HelpTisha MorrisComment
Proof

When I was child I had a particularly poignant moment with a blank piece of notebook paper. We have so many moments, conversations, and stories throughout our life. Those we still remember are memorable. This was one of those.

I contemplated things the Baptist church couldn’t answer, or maybe I wasn’t content with their answers. One night my seven-year old self was having a moment with God. I decided to place a piece of notebook paper on my yellow beanbag. I asked God, “If you’re really real, then move this paper by the time I wake up.” That would be my proof.

Read More