EP 114 | Mindfulness for the Interior Design Professional with Kimberley Seldon

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About this Episode

In this episode, Kimberley explores her personal search for mindfulness. Is this a tool that can be used to keep you focused on tasks, and therefore more productive? Yes. Is it also a tool you can use to create a better experience for your clients? Absolutely.

In this episode we learn:

  • to consider the stress that extra “stuff” can place on your consciousness
  • it may be time for a digital detox
  • how meditation can center and calm you
  • it’s ok to talk to clients about clutter
  • how to diplomatically help clients let go of items with sentimental

Take Aways

Danielle Friedman, “Do You Need a Digital Detox?”

Jancee Dunn, “Can a Clear Home Bring a Calm Mind?”

Erin Nadler of Better Styled

Unplug Meditation Studio, Santa Monica


Design Intervention

  1. Consider starting each day with, “I will feel awesome if I accomplish the following three things…”
  2. Look inside client doors and drawers and offer decluttering services.
  3. Consider meditation as a way to feel more mindful all day.

BOD & You

As interior design professionals, we LOVE our work because it matters so much. We want our clients to get our best every time, because it’s going to affect the way they live for years to come. But doing our best work isn’t possible if we can’t dedicate ourselves to it. And we can’t dedicate ourselves to it if doesn’t earn us a living.

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COURSE: Healthy Boundaries

COURSE: Expanding the Client Relationship

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Comments

  • Monica Ashbrook

    Kimberley, when you spoke of the woman who organized your shoes by closed toe/open toe it made me think of a wonderful book, which sadly is out of print, called Confessions of an Organized Homemaker by Deniece Schofield. It has SO many simple suggestions and tools about planning, mindfulness, decluttering and efficiency. I highly recommend it.

    • Kimberley Seldon

      Hi Monica. That sounds fabulous. I just bought a copy on amazon, so thank you! Can I mention you on an upcoming podcast?? Perhaps I can share a couple of tips. Thanks so much for reaching out.

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