We may not be students anymore, picking up new textbooks and school supplies (except I do still do this) for the school year ahead. Nevertheless we’re conditioned from our upbringings to view September as a kind of “new beginning.” The fall season brings new energy as people begin to focus on what needs to get done before the end of the year and get back on some semblance of a routine with kids back to school (sort of).
It’s also a great time to get organized and declutter. There’s something about the fall about makes me want to clean out closets & get organized, make healthy soups & chilis and settle in with a new big stack of books.
Join in our 30 day Fall decluttering challenge here (one space a day, do them in any order you wish – I sometimes will save the bigger ones for the weekend – like my closet – WHY is it always so bad?)
And a few other things inspiring me right now:
Nike’s New Commercial – You Can’t Stop Us
These great wellness tips (very relevant during Covid times) via Chalkboard Magazine –
The homeschooling/unschooling movement – this blog and this IG account have been really helpful & inspirational.
Image above: Commit30 Planner & Fall stickers from the Commit30 Holiday Sticker Book