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Free Training

Home Harmony: Organizing for Family Bliss

A free 90 minute workshop for parents who want more ease and joy in their lives and are looking for practical tools for managing mudrooms, creating intentional playrooms and more.

Create a calm, happy, and connected family life, for yourself and your children.
Wednesday, October 4th

 6:30 - 8:00 pm


Create space for what's important

There is so much advice out there for parents of young children. It is time for something so much simpler.

Parenting is incredibly hard, especially now when parents are facing unique challenges like a pandemic, the digital world, economic turmoil and a housing crisis, educational pressures, and the constant reminder to “find the balance”.


Sometimes it feels impossible to sustain a deep, loving, supportive connection with your child while trying to juggle all that's required to simply get through the day.

In this training, I'll be teaching you how to connect with the part of you that is grounded, centered and steadying so you can parent with more joy and ease.  I'll also be sharing practical organizing strategies for:

  • managing the mudroom as we move from fall to winter

  • bringing intention and calm to your child's playspaces

  • approaching "stuff management" with clarity and a sense of humor

This is not about doing more at home -- who has time for that? You have a precious kiddo to love and guide! Instead, we'll be discussing a simple, heart-centered approach that's easy to implement and allows you to care for your own needs while tending to your child.

Come spend an evening together and learn how to access your parenting wisdom, create daily rhythms that nurture family calm, and find solutions for the endless flow of stuff that enters the home.


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Image by Paige Cody

An invitation

This workshop is for you if:

  • You're a parent with a kiddo under ten.

  • You don't want to follow yet another parenting fad.

  • You want straightforward organizing solutions for keeping your home sane -- strategies you can put into practice right away and are easy to maintain.

  • You want to know how family rhythms and practical home organizational strategies can foster creativity and resilience for your child.

Home Harmony will give you the skills and confidence to find your wise inner voice, allowing you to parent with more joy and to create a calm and loving home environment.


"Working with Sarah has been a game changer. Her step by step process for organizing (and in my case purging) our family's things, her practical suggestions, and her support to actually complete the organizational tasks we embark on have made a big difference in my ability to be calm and relaxed in our home. That translates to a calmer house in general. Thank you, Sarah!"

Kat | Stowe, Vermont

Welcome. I'm Sarah.

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From the time of my first pregnancy, I've been called to understand how to fully support my children to become who they are in the world. I read all types of child development resources and ultimately focused my studies on the foundational need for developing healthy rhythm and routines in the early years in combination with my passion for calm, functional organizing.


As a mom of four daughters, I've had my share of parenting struggles and joys over the last 30 years. Through my parenting journey, I've learned how to trust myself and my own wisdom and to nurture family harmony in a way that supports me and my children. It wasn't always easy, but I'm proud to say that I now have a family life that integrates flow, balance, rhythm, observation and spaciousness. 


There's no need to make the same mistakes that I made! I distill what has worked for me and so many other families, and practical solutions, grounded in love and tailored to you and your child.

Ready for less stress and frustration for you and your kids, and more flexibility, creativity and resilience in your family?

I'm excited to share how you can create space for what's important for you and your family.
Image by Katie Emslie
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