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Join this FREE Zoom event with professional organizer Sonya Weisshappel and author Allison Gilbert to learn easy ways to declutter your sentimental heirlooms, photographs, and most cherished mementoes.

During this unsettling time, many of us feel powerless. The best strategy for taking back some much-needed power, especially when you’re missing a loved one who has died, is to reclaim what you can: your immediate environment. Your home. Doing so will not only clear clutter, it will also boost your happiness. Weisshappel and Gilbert will provide compassionate guidance and there will be plenty of time for Q&A!

Meet the speakers:

Sonya Weisshappel is the founder and CEO of Seriatim, an organizing company with a team of top-notch Chaos Whisperers. Seriatim assists people and businesses during their toughest transitions and helps transform disorganization into order. Learn more about Seriatim here.  

Allison Gilbert is one of the most thought-provoking and influential writers on grief and resilience. She is the author of numerous books including, Passed and Present: Keeping Memories of Loved Ones Alive

Bonus opportunity! Just by signing up, you will receive $30 off Gilbert’s brand new 4-part series of e-courses that you can view anytime. Watch a video about her courses here.

Registrants will be added to Gilbert’s email newsletter list.

Monday, November 16, 2020

12:00 pm (Eastern) / 9:00 am (Pacific)


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“How we remember those we love is as important as what we remember. Allison Gilbert offers creative, resonant ways to keep relationships alive in a positive way with those we love who are no longer here.”

— Don Lemon

CNN Tonight with Don Lemon


“Allison Gilbert has a way to embrace our loved ones who have passed, so you can create a rich and fulfilling present.”

— Maria Shriver

Journalist and Founder of Shriver Media


“Allison’s creative ideas for remembering arrive at just the right moment in history, guiding millions of us who are yearning to recognize and pay tribute to our past.”

— Rosanne Cash

Four-time Grammy award-winning singer/songwriter and daughter of Johnny Cash

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