Declutter workshop March 27
Rockport — Feeling overwhelmed by clutter? Join decluttering enthusiast Joy Chamberlin for a free workshop to help a person clean out all areas of their life, including mental, emotional, spiritual and physical clutter.
This workshop will take place Thursday, March 27, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Picker Family Resource Center.
Clutter is a source of stress that many struggle with, in homes, garages, offices and personal lives. The first part of this workshop will address how to identify and defuse mental, emotional and spiritual clutter, while the second part will teach how to bring order and structure to personal spaces to make them more functional and less stressful.
Pre-registration is required due to space limitations. Register by calling 596-8950.
Chamberlin grew up with her parents and four sisters in a 24 by 24 foot family home, where she learned to keep “stuff” to a minimum. She has served as the home care volunteer coordinator for Kno-Wal-Lin Home Care and Hospice for the past 10 years. She is a talented organizer, teacher and public speaker.
594-4401 ext. 120
Kim Lincoln has worked for Courier Publications since 2003, serving as a reporter, assistant editor and copy editor.
During her time with the company she has worked for each of the three newspapers, The Courier-Gazette, The Camden Herald and The Republican Journal.
When she is not in the newsroom, Kim likes to be outside, whether it be gardening, swimming, hiking or just enjoying the sunshine.