Thomson Blueprints For Living’s mission is to work in collaboration with clients to shift their lives from chaos to order, from powerless to empowered, from overwhelm to manageable, and from inefficient to efficient.
This shift towards getting and staying organized involves mastering the interplay between the management of our belongings, our time and our tasks.
TBFL helps clients accomplish this by providing guidance and motivation to get started, hands on assistance, decision making tips, resources as needed, follow-through accountability; all while introducing skills, systems and routines, so newly acquired behaviors become habits that fit.
Organizing for Life
Thomson Blueprints for Living helps create order for individuals and families in their homes, offices and daily lives. Homes are clutter free and family members are engaged in the preservation of order. There is room to think clearly, know what needs to be done and take timely action. Not only feel a sense of accomplishment, but also have time to relax, breath, create and enjoy being with the ones you love.
In addition, we can help student’s lives by teaching them organizational skills, and introducing systems and routines that reinforce their academic success. Homework gets done and turned in on time. Students feel in control and parents relax.
Coaching for Change
In the context of organizing, coaching can create clarity and determine solutions by addressing the roots of disorganization and enlisting the power of change as part of the organizing process.
Like an iceberg, when dealing with - clutter, disorganization, time management problems, an inability to complete tasks - we only see the tip of the entire situation, while many of the obstacles remain beneath the surface. Together we identify those obstacles, create strategies and actions that create long lasting change.
Education & Support Groups
Through workshops and presentations, participants are introduced to organizing principals that inform them how to better manage time, papers, tasks and clutter. Specific presentations on student disorganization, chronic disorganization, ADHD and hoarding provide education on the role they play in the struggle to be organized and productive.
Clutter Clearing Support Groups provide a safe and supportive environment to share struggles of letting go, get unstuck and create a home to be proud of.
The reason people quit is because they look at how far they have to go instead of how far they’ve come. Brooke Castillo