If there's one thing I want you to know, it's this: getting dressed doesn’t have to be stressful.
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Do you dream of having a minimal, clean closet with a wardrobe made up of only pieces you love?
The biggest piece of feedback I’ve gotten from my one-on-one clients over the last four years is that they felt so much lighter after I helped them let go of all of the random articles of clothing that weren’t working for them. All of a sudden, before we even bought any new clothes, getting dressed became a lot easier. We think we need to hold onto all those old things to have options, but the truth is, they’re only obscuring what we need to be able to see.
In the Making Space course, we’ll work through all of the emotional blocks that are keeping you from letting go.
Making Space is a fantastic course to get you started on simplifying not only your wardrobe but also your life. I’m so glad I participated in this group/course. Dacy is extremely knowledgeable about how to clean out your closet and teaches you to only keep what you love. She’s also very insightful on the common issues that women struggle with in regards to clothing and is able to get you thinking about these issues in your own life. Great course! Highly recommend!
Making Space is an excellent course. There is so much emotion, history and self image stuff going on with what we wear and why. Dacy effectively helped me to sort through all of that to get to the heart of getting dressed in flattering, appropriate clothing without the stress and angst. The course guided me in identifying my style, taught me why some items weren't working and helped me to let go of them. It also helped me hone in on what items were truly missing/needed and purchase clothes that would make my life easier. Before this course, I did not appreciate the impact of "visual clutter" and why it makes getting dressed for the day more complicated than it needs to be. Finally, Dacy is understanding about the sentimental value of clothing (that sweater your mom knitted for your first day of kindergarten); she doesn't insist that everything sentimental must go, just that it not sit in the middle of your rack of clothing for everyday. I am grateful for Dacy's expertise and her gentle spirit.
This class helped me determine my style preferences, figure out how to move toward that look and generally improve my appearance, and was immensely supportive in helping me eliminate all the items in my closet not moving toward that goal. Dressing is less stressful and I look better and my home is a bit less cluttered. The class took some time. You have to put some serious effort into it. I found it well worth the time, effort, and initial cost. In fact, I'm pretty sure in the long run it saved me time, effort, and money!
Making Space is currently open until March 26th! It won't be offered again until Fall 2018.
WHAT'S MAKING SPACE ALL ABOUT?
The course is four weeks long. In each class, there is a video to watch, workbook exercises to complete, and homework for you to do in your closet. There will also be a private Facebook group where I’ll be checking in on you and you can share about your progress with the other class members. Every week, I’ll do a Facebook Live session in the private group to answer any specific questions that may have come up for you during the week’s work.
By the end of the four weeks, you should have a wardrobe filled with only things you wear and feel good in. The course will take you through the exact process I use with my one-on-one closet cleanse clients ($450 and up).
Week 1: Define your why, your style, and take inventory
Week 2: How to edit step-by-step
Week 3: Overcoming common stumbling blocks
Week 4: Organizing and continuing the momentum mindfully
How much time do I need to devote to the class? It’s going to vary for everyone, but on average, you should be prepared to devote at least 3-5 hours a week to the work.
How is the program delivered? You’ll get an email each week with a link to the course website, where you’ll be able to watch the week’s videos and download the correlating worksheets.
How many people will be in the class? I want to be able to communicate with every member of the class, so class size will be limited.
Do I need to have watched the class and done the work by the time of the Facebook Live discussion? You can follow along with the group and have the exercises done by the time we discuss them in the FB group, or you can go entirely at your own speed.
Can guys take this class? Nope. For this class, we’re going to focus a lot on the messages we’ve gotten from others about what we as women should be wearing, and we want to have a safe space for sharing.
This course (and Dacy!) helped me define my style, release unnecessary clothing, and shop with intent for clothes that make me feel confident. Dacy's expertise—her balanced compassion and directness—are invaluable! If you struggle with your wardrobe, your style, your shopping habits or just getting dressed, take this course. You won't regret it!
This course really helped me identify my personal style and use that information to evaluate the clothing I have and whether it fits into lifestyle. It also helped me to organize my clothing in a way that makes getting myself put together for any occasion much simpler. I didn't realize how much time/energy I had been spending staring at my closet until I got it organized and also did some reflection on the clothes I have, why I have them, whether I should keep them, and what types of things I should bring into my closet in the future. My closet is now streamlined and much more manageable.
This course offered me more than I expected. I gained important self-awareness about my shopping habits and current wardrobe; was able to refresh my style and focus my wardrobe on that style; and am now on a path for less spending, more intentional purchases and a wardrobe that brings me joy, with a style that fits me and I feel good in! Thanks to Dacy for her wonderful guidance and sharing her experience. She is supportive, understanding, and very clear on her advice on how to have a mindful closet.