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OLW 2014 | On Space & Learning How to Accept Help

Jennifer Wilson

I’m your guide here at Simple Scrapper. Our community helps people find what fills you up and fits your life in memory keeping.

September 8, 2014

It’s addictive, this space thing. The more space I create, the more I want.

I’ve worked really hard this year to serve you better while actually working a bit less. I began 2014 with a very clear mission: to find more sustainability in my week and more mental space for being thoughtful about what I’m doing.

I knew going in this would not be easy for me. In order to create more space in my work life, I would have to accept help.

In other words I would have to admit that I can’t do it all. Ouch.

OLW 2014 | On Space & Learning How to Accept Help

As it turns out, feeling space is a heck of a lot better than feeling burnt out and always behind. Surprise, surprise!

I not only enlisted direct help inside of my business, but quickly found enough space to learn from and be guided by experts. More help = less stress? Sign me up!

I believe this is possible for you as well.

Yes, you can go it alone… I did for a long time. But what if there’s something even better waiting for you when you let go and accept an invitation to be helped?

What if it’s the space you’ve been craving?

I’d love to be your guide here at Simple Scrapper. Through Friday, September 12, 2014 you can save 33% on 3 months of membership when you sign up for Stash Bash.

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