Implementing inspirations will often show us our blocks.
Kayla talks about how she is looking to cook more and recognized that the kitchen needed to be organized and changed to create more ease in the kitchen.
It took making meals for a few weeks to be able to see that the layout of the kitchen wasn’t the greatest for meal prep. The refrigerator was too full with things that weren’t being used daily and the cupboards were great for storage but not easy access of ingredients and supplies.
No matter what you are wanting to organize and change, it is only WHEN you are in the action phase that you will find your blocks.
Many of us try to figure out all the blocks BEFORE we start the process of change, but we can’t anticipate what we don’t know. When we start the ‘doing’ part of the process, we find quickly what holds us back.
When you look at taking on change, it can be overwhelming. If you take it one step at a time or in organizing your home, one closet or drawer at a time, it is more manageable.
Blocks are opportunities to change what is no longer working.
Traci had to reframe painting the whole house into coloring the house at night, a little bit every night until it was completed. It was too overwhelming to think about the whole house and not having enough time to do it in one step.
When you are looking at big tasks, in overwhelm it is difficult to make decisions. You don’t want to be talking about wanting to organize your house for the next five years. Take it a drawer at a time and let the process happen.
“Create lasting change with realistic timelines.”
What is one area of your home or office that you can start to organize for more efficiency?
Let us know in the comments 🙂