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Episode 124 – Guest Caroline Rogers explains positive psychology

In this episode, Ingrid is speaking to Caroline Rogers. Caroline set up Room to Think in 2013.  As part of an MSC in applied positive psychology and coaching psychology, she focused her research on the association between clutter and wellbeing. Alongside professional organising, Caroline also has a coaching practice. The learning and reflection within both practices feed and support each other.

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  1. Have just listened to this podcast and found it very enjoyable (like listening to 2 friends chatting) and insightful. The idea of things we own somehow having something of us in them came to me this week during the A-Z challenge. It’s good to think about why we find it difficult to let things go because sometimes even just taking a moment to realize why, can make it easier to let go. And I really like the advice to do someone a good turn if you’re having a bad day. I’ll remember that!

    1. So glad you enjoyed the podcast, Elizabeth. It was great to hear all about decluttering from a slightly different angle, wasn’t it?

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