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What's your #1 Calming Space mistake?

Your Calming-Space Blocker is

PA for Palette


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Based on the information you’ve shared and the little I know about you and your situation, the “#1 Calm-Space Mistake” that’s holding you back from your goal, is what I call “Palette”.



Here’s What That Means...

What that means is when it comes to creating a calm sanctuary you may often find yourself stuck in a painful place where you have the impression that you have no space for calm, no room in your house for a calm space.


I call it the “Palette” Mistake, because after creating a new painting, I am often too lazy to clean my palette, and when I come back to it, the paint has dried, the palette is cluttered and there is no space for new paint. It takes me so much time to scratch the clutter out of the glass palette. If I had removed the paint right away, when I don’t need it anymore, it would have taken me less than a minute, and I could have started a new painting right away.


You might not see it, but there is room for a calm sanctuary. First of all, it doesn’t have to take a lot of space. Second of all, there is certainly a space where there are things that you don’t really need, where there is clutter waiting to be given away, things that you don’t connect with anymore. If you remove all that, there is certainly a corner where you can place your calm space.

Common “Palette” Mistakes & Pitfalls


One of the big mistakes people can make when experiencing the “Palette” effect is to think that there is no space and no room for calm in their home.


You are focusing and blocking on the lack of space, when the focus should be on the fact that you need a space and there is space. Choose the right spot first. Find the perfect spot. Then, remove whatever is in that spot, and start from scratch in the space. Finding the right space is the priority. Don’t think about what you need to do with whatever is currently in this space.


In the past, I moved from a 3-bedroom house to a 2-bedroom apartment. I lost half the space. I am telling you, when we need the space, we find the space. A lot of things we keep, can be giving away easily. It’s hard, but not impossible.


 Here’s What You Can Do About It


Thankfully there are some practical and achievable steps you can take to create your own calm space. I made a checklist that you can find in the next page.


Each of these steps won’t take you more than 5 min. You start slowly with what you have already in your home. Start with what you have and grow from there.

Every day, check one of these steps.

Your Next Steps


Now you might need some more details and clarity about these steps.  


Well, this is what I do all day, every day… I help people of all ages and situations to create their own calm space in their home, whether your mistake is:


  • ‘Acrylic’ mistake: when people focus on the lack of time, instead of taking action,

  • ‘Palette’: when people has built up a mount of clutter in their home, that they have no space for calmness,

  • ‘Brush’: when people is surrounded by a noisy household and cannot find calm

  • Varnish: when people believe that you get not allow yourself for calm moment because you need to care for your household.

  • Frame: when people focus on your supposed lack of art decoration knowledge


I just so happen to have a step-by-step mini-program on this very topic...

And because you’ve made the time to take this assessment and tell me a little about you and your situation, I’d love to gift you with discount for my mini-program...


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