Household coaching: reach your personal goals

Your home and everything you see in it on a daily basis can have a significant impact on the achievement of personal goals, as it is the place where you spend much of your time and where you do many of your daily activities.

That’s why a well-designed environment can boost your productivity, motivation and overall well-being.

And as we are about to define our New Year’s resolutions, here are some design strategies that can support your individual goals:

Organization and cleanliness

  • Start by eliminating what you no longer need. A clear home creates a clear mind.
  • Use smart storage systems to keep your personal belongings and work tools tidy.
  • Allocate specific spaces for different activities, which will help you be more productive.


  • Choose colors that inspire and motivate you. Warm tones can create a cozy atmosphere, while brighter colors can stimulate creativity.
  • Create an environment that drives you to work for your dreams.
  • It incorporates natural elements to create a relaxing and harmonious environment.
  • Designate a space in your home to work on specific goals. It can be a study corner, a home office or simply a quiet, organized place to focus on your goals.


  • Add visual motivators, such as posters with inspirational quotes or images that represent your goals.
  • Personalize your space with achievements to constantly remind you of your past successes.
  • Introduce those elements that are not only beautiful to look at, but that inspire and motivate you, that give you a sense of freshness, good mood and quality of life.

Rest and relaxation

Don’t forget to create areas dedicated to relaxation, hobbies and interests. Achieving a balance between work and rest time is essential to maintain mental and physical health.

Technology and connectivity

My usual time thieves.

Make sure your home is equipped with the technology needed to support your goals, but not to slow them down or procrastinate.

Spaces for exercise

If your goals include taking better care of yourself, consider having a dedicated space for exercise at home. This may include a small area with exercise equipment or simply space for yoga or stretching.

Flexible and adaptable goals

Design your home to be flexible and adaptable to your changing needs. The ability to adjust your environment as your goals evolve will allow you to maintain efficiency over time.

Just yesterday I was telling a friend to think about something in her home or her routine that she was getting tired of or didn’t really feel like doing anymore.

Instead, I recommended that she find another activity or hobby that could fit into the time and space that was being stolen by the one she no longer wanted to do. That way it would be easier for you to focus on one thing, prioritize and fit it into your new routine.

Each person is unique, so it is as important to define achievable and meaningful goals as it is to customize your environment according to your individual preferences and needs.

That’s why my method may not be your method. Experiment with different settings and adjustments to find what works best for you.

PS: if you don’t know how to get started or need someone to guide you towards those goals, write to me at or:

Book a free meeting here.

I will give you all the information you need about the process and how it can help you.

With love,