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Beyond The Basics Health Academy Podcast

Are you looking for practical, holistic, real-life solutions for healthier living? Join Dr. Meaghan Kirschling for real life education as she discusses and explores topics that affect your everyday living. Learn how balanced eating can increase energy, stabilize moods, jumpstart metabolism, eliminate cravings, restore digestion and decrease inflammation. Dr. Meaghan fields questions from listeners and brings in expert guests for a lively discussion about nutrition, supplements, holistic health, integrative medicine and the latest research. Join the Academy for the University of You.
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Jun 13, 2016

Dr. Meaghan and BTHBA are excited to welcome Alison Kero to the podcast.  She is the CEO of the website ACK Organizing along with being a speaker, blogger, and author. 

The reason that I am excited to have this conversation with Alison is that she is a decluttering expert.  I have seen firsthand how important organization and declutter can be for someone. And she focuses on the ramifications on health, both physical and mental, by keeping too much clutter in someone’s life.

She has been a professional organizer since 2004 and works with clients to make their lives simpler and take back control of their lives by getting rid of stuff that doesn't matter.

She does this through incorporating 5 basic steps to organizing your life:

1) Know Your Priorities

2) Establish Boundaries

3) Make Small, Self-Love Based Decisions

4) Create Simple Systems

5) Become Aware of Your Emotions/Intuition & How to Use it Effectively

RESOURCES WE TALK ABOUT ON THE PODCAST

 

Thanks so much for listening and thanks Alison for coming on the show.  I would like to leave you with one of Alison's mottos:

"One’s self or material goods, which has more worth"

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