The upside of collecting is being drawn to people and things I love to be around, and sharing them. Why keep great things to myself, right? Here are some of my faves that maybe you’ll like, too!

Brian Thomas started a business called (of all things!) CLUTTER. They pickup your boxes, take to storage, then bring them back to you whenever you’re ready.

Storage Made Simple!

We take care of everything: free pickup, storage & return delivery

Brian Thomas, CEO Clutter
brian@clutter.io
(800) 525-6219
www.clutter.io

 

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VAISHALI http://www.purplev.com
I call Vaishali my “spiritual guru.”  She’s the wild and purple-clad author of  You Are What You Love and Wisdom Rising among others. Her specialty is understanding life purpose, something we often need direction or perspective about from someone with a hotline to the Divine. She has three online radio shows. Check out her awesome website and listen to any of her free podcasts. I guarantee you’ll love her irreverent and divine sense of humor.

DIANA BERTOLDO http://www.dianabertoldo/about/

Diana Bertoldo is an amazing energy healer who knows all about the physics of manipulating energy in the field. Diana is gifted, smart, and totally committed to her calling. Check out her website or email her at <diana@newlifeenergetics.com>

 

KELLY MORGAN  http://www.creativelife.com 
The Artist’s Way, by Julia Cameron, is a kind of manual for becoming any kind of artist or for anyone who wants to develop a more creative and expanded way of life. Kelly worked with Julia and teaches The Artist’s Way workshops, as well as other writing and self-empowering groups. Kelly changed my life, starting with the workshop I took over 15 years ago. I’ve had numerous creative and personal breakthroughs with her help. Check out her website or email her at <creativelife1@mac.com>  
RYAN MITCHELL  http://www.thetinylife.com/
If you’ve ever wondered how much space a person REALLY needs, go to this website. The Tiny Life; Tiny Houses, Tiny Living is a testimony to how adaptable we humans are. Why pay for a 5000 s.f. house when you can live in 200 s.f.? You may be inspired. And check out the article in the L.A. Times: Perfectly petite pad on Page A1 of Wednesday, September 19, 2012

 

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