DO YOU FEEL LIKE YOU'RE ALWAYS PICKING UP TOYS OR NAGGING YOUR KIDS TO PICK UP?
Do you find that your kids have so many toys but all they want to do is play with technology?
Have you ever tried to declutter the toys and it didn’t go well?
Has the kids’ stuff made its way to every part of your home?
Does it sound fictional that you could sit and play with your kids without feeling pulled to do housework? Or host a playdate at your home without spending two days crazily cleaning in preparation?
If you answered “yes” to any one of these questions, you NEED to be in this class!
As adults, we can control how much stuff we have and what comes into our homes. But as long as you have kids at home, stuff WILL continue to pour in.
Kids outgrow clothes, toys, and interests. They start new activities that require supplies and equipment. They have school papers and art projects. There are birthday parties and holiday celebrations, and generous gift-giving grandmothers.
At the same time, studies show that too much stuff can breed materialism and ingratitude, and it can hinder their creativity and cognitive development.
This is where we can step in and help.
We will shine a light on the things you need to know and teach you how to begin the process of minimalism with your kids (or succeed in it if you’ve attempted before!).
This class is all about:
This is going to be amazing! I’m bringing in a new expert with so much to offer. Don’t miss it!
Allie is a wife and homeschool mom of 4. She's the founder and CEO of The Purpose Group Inc., host of The Purpose Show podcast, and the creator of online programs that help overwhelmed women clear the clutter in their homes and lives.
She's been featured on national media platforms like The Huffington Post, Good Morning America, TODAY, The New York Times, Hallmark Channel, and more!
Amy is a wife and mom of 2. She has a Master of Science degree in Social Work from Columbia University and has years of experience as a child and family psychotherapist. She specialized in play therapy, which is a treatment modality that utilizes the natural communicative and learning processes of kids.