are you ready to step out of the physical & emotional clutter that surrounds you & craft a home & life that brings you joy?
Be Simply Free exists to help women create systems in their lives to ease the “mental load” and reduce the physical and emotional clutter in their homes, calendars and minds. Let us help you move from stress, to less and live a life of more!
Hi I’m Bridget Johns! Thank you for joining me on this journey to bring my passion for decluttering and organising to life with Be Simply Free!
Would you like to know more about me? Click through and read my journey from stress, to less and how I’m now living a life of more!
stop, focus, notice
My philosophy is to “Stop, Focus and Notice”.
I ask clients to STOP what they are doing. You can’t keep doing the same thing over and over again and expect a different result.
I then ask them to FOCUS on the problem or issue. What is it? Name it, write it down and work through it on paper.
Then I ask clients to NOTICE everything about the problem or issue. Why does it annoy or upset them? Are other people involved? Talk to them about it. Explain it. How it makes everyone feel. What options are there to change it? Could you use something you already have in your home to solve the problem?
Visit the stories section to view the “Stop, Focus, Notice” process in action.
I contacted Bridget because I wanted help to declutter my life but didn’t know where to start! Bridget made it very easy and made me see my things as… well, just things!
Her friendly and supportive guidance through this process has been invaluable in helping me set timeframes and structures to get the tasks done as well as being available for approachable virtual help when needed. Even when she’s not available, I can hear her encouraging voice in my head giving advice and asking the questions I need to ask myself! I’m still learning but I’m thankful that I’ll have Bridget in my corner if I ever get stuck!
Working with Bridget has been an amazing experience. She encouraged and held me accountable throughout our coaching series in turning my vision into reality.
With her constant support and positive energy, I was able to sort out my time and energy-draining clutter and become crystal clear on what direction I want to take my business and life. I still refer back to some of the conversations we’ve had. I can highly recommend working with Bridget. She is very authentic, uplifting and nudges you in the right direction when you feel stuck. Her passion for coaching and helping others in de-cluttering their life shines through. You will be amazed at what you can achieve when you free yourself of all the chitter-chatter clutter.
Bridget has been such a breath of fresh air in our kitchen. We were the typical household that had simply accumulated a lot of “stuff” over the years.
Bridget was very approachable and non-judgemental which was so lovely. I didn’t even know where to start and it all seemed too overwhelming. We now have a much more functional kitchen with a lot less clutter. She had many great space saving ideas and despite having a small kitchen I now actually have storage and bench space! I also loved her advice on making a 1% change in my life. So achievable. Thank you, Bridget, for all of the encouragement, advice and making life simpler.
Use your excess clutter to be prepared for the unexpected
My friends joke that “I’m so organised” but in reality I am prepared for the unexpected. While I love order and planning, life can be messy, unexpected and beautiful. There are many times I go out, not planning for something to happen, and my “emergency kits” allows us to change your mind and spend more time out enjoying moments with family and friends.
more self organising resources
Want to get started on your own? Here are a selection of my tips and tricks of all things decluttering, organising, life systems & self care.
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