It’s spring – time to clear out ‘stuff’ to let your space work with you … not against you. Learn new strategies to try out over the course of the class … like containing the time you spend on the project so you don’t get overwhelmed, leveraging your efforts for the most impact, and appreciating what you accomplish as you change. This work is not easy and is best undertaken with support, so we’ve spread it out over three sessions. Your classmates will help you celebrate your changes and work through challenges. During the course of these three weeks (and beyond) you’ll get rid of quantities of stuff, deciding what to hold onto and what to let go of. You’ll set up a new space or refresh an old one. You might make sustainable, lifelong changes. This course is great for those downsizing, moving, or just wanting to make a current space work better.
Pam Kristan has offered time management, communication, and personal organization skills workshops, retreats, and consultations for over 30 years. She is author of Awakening in Time: Practical Time Management for Those on a Spiritual Path and The Spirit of Getting Organized: 12 Skills to Find Meaning and Power in Your Stuff. She’s helped thousands of people find practical, creative strategies to make their lives effective and comfortable. Pam’s life informs her practice. As a pianist and music critic, she has had an intimate, practical relationship with the intricacies of timing. She studied attention discipline with master tracker Paul Rezendes. She successfully ran a performing arts organization on a half-time contract working half-time hours. She’s taught at The New York Open Center, the Psychology Networker Annual Symposium, Rowe Conference Center, and other venues. Pam gained national recognition by moderating National Take Back Your Time Day Speak-Outs in Boston. The first Time Day event at Faneuil Hall was the largest in the country. Her work has been featured in Prevention magazine, Men’s Health, the Boston Sunday Globe, and various broadcast media.