When's the last time you cleaned out your closet and felt happy – no, joyful – while doing it?
I'm here to help you clear out your financial closet and maybe spark a little joy while getting your financial house in order.
Marie Kondo is an organization guru.
Her “KonMari” method of organizing and her best-selling book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up sparked a revolution in keeping homes clear of clutter. Kondo’s rule of thumb: Keep only what “sparks joy,” get rid of everything else, and have a designated place for every item brought into the home. (The Trail Blazers book club, just finished reading this book. )
This may work well to clear out those old sneakers you never wear anymore or that tennis racket from 1983 that still looks brand-new (we all know you really intended to take those lessons), but you may end up reaching for the ibuprofen once you hit that unorganized stack of financial documents! A pile of paper may not spark the same joy that your grandmother’s china set or your kid’s childhood art might, but they still need to be kept on hand. And keeping them well-organized could save you hours of anxious searching and help preserve your peace of mind in emergency financial situations.
Getting your financial house in order isn’t an easy task to accomplish on your own. I can help. Contact me today, and together we’ll sit down and examine your current financial situation. And don’t forget that shoebox full of financial papers! We’ll tackle it all together.
Once we’re through, you may even find that having your financial documents in order and filed away safely sparks a little more joy in your home!