De-clutter to De-stress: Practical Ways to Manage your Physical Space

July 16, 2019|12:00pm

Is the clutter in your home or office beginning to overwhelm you? Clutter can be a significant source of stress in our lives. Messy homes or workspaces can create or compound feelings of anxiety, helplessness, and frustration. In this interactive 2-week class, we will explore practical ways to organize your physical space and reduce the anxiety that clutter often creates. Learn the all-important step of “where to begin” and how to carve a manageable, efficient, and stress-free space out of the chaos.

You will leave the first session with simple, tangible goals to create more manageable workspaces. The second session will serve as a commitment for progress and include additional ideas for staying on track. Please join us if you are ready to let go of what no longer serves you and create breathing space for new opportunities both literally and metaphorically.

Instructor: Patty Purpur de Vries, MS, is the associate director of faculty and staff well-being and strategy and innovation for the Health Improvement Program and BeWell. She is also director of the Stanford LeadWell Network and ambassador for the Stanford Medicine WellMD Center.

Class details are subject to change.

Full event information: https://healthimprovement.stanford.edu/classes/register/hipClasses.php?t=1cce34dfd3cbss383d348a508b1be48cc821&cc=dc-01

Location: Li Ka Shing Center for Learning and Knowledge (LKSC)