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Lisa J. Shultz is an award-winning author and baby boomer with a zest for conversation about what matters most in life and death.  Lisa specializes in writing non-fiction, self-help, and inspirational books and blogs.

Lighter Living is Lisa’s latest book that explains why you might want to simplify your home and your life. It shows you how to declutter and then organize what you keep. Finally, you are given a vision for lifelong decluttering and how it can lead to well-being and peace of mind.

Her previous award winning book is A Chance to Say Goodbye: Reflections on Losing a Parent.  A moving tribute to a remarkable man and a daughter’s experience of losing her dad, A Chance to Say Goodbye gives rise to reflections about what is important in living and dying.

Lisa is more than an award-winning author.  She currently offers the following services:

  • Freelance Writer
  • Blogger
  • Consultant/Coach
  • Speaker
  • Workshop Facilitator
  • Licensed Physical Therapist

Lisa has compiled a list of wonderful resources that she has used personally and highly recommends.

  • Caregiving Support
  • Grief, Death, Dying
  • End-of-Life Issues
  • Decluttering, Organizing & Simplifying
  • Cleaning Out Homes
  • Spiritual and More!
My Favorite Coping Tools
Health Middle Age Philosophy

My Favorite Coping Tools

Here is a list of my favorite coping tools that I have utilized during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
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Questions I Ask Myself
Health Philosophy

Questions I Ask Myself

During the stay-at-home orders of the Covid-19 pandemic, I have had plenty of time to think about my life. I will pose a few of the questions I am asking myself.
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Lighter Living Task #16 Capsule Wardrobes
Decluttering Lighter Living Tasks

Lighter Living Task #16 Capsule Wardrobes

The concept of a capsule wardrobe has been popular in the last few years. The definition os a capsule wardrobe is between 25-50 pieces of clothing, shoes and accessories.
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