Make a list of people whom you want to stay in active contact with. Create a plan – call once a week or once a month; text twice a week; get together over coffee every Thursday morning; email a couple of times a month with updates.
While it may feel silly planning how and how often you’ll get in touch with others, if you find the calendar pages turning without touching base with the people close to you, then scheduling your actions onto your planner or your digital calendar isn’t silly but will help you stay in touch with your social circle.
Forward this email to someone you know who's starting on their own journey to clear clutter and distractions from their life so they can join this free program. You'll have a reason to stay in touch with them as you bolster each other going through these tasks!
Susan Caplan McCarthy
I help people focus on what's important to them by guiding them through clearing clutter and distractions from their lives. I teach decluttering and organizing skills through articles; books; courses; speaking engagements; as well as virtual coaching sessions.