019 // The Very First Thing You Should Do When Renovating or Building A Wellness-Focused Home

Starting a big project like renovating or building a new home can feel very scary.  Of course it's exciting, or should be exciting!  But for many people, it's daunting.  

Where do you even begin?  How do you turn all the ideas floating around in your head into something cohesive that you can pass along to your builder or architect?

This could be especially true if you have an idea in mind, such as green and healthy living, but you don’t know how to articulate it. Feeling like you won’t be able to explain what you want for your home may be holding you back from making progress. 


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On today's Healthy Home Design podcast, I want to help you overcome the overwhelm and get your project started on the right path.

The very first thing you need to do when starting a renovation or new build is to figure out your purpose.  We are going to fine tune the vision and goals you have for your project so that you have a clear path to follow throughout your design and construction journey.

Determining your purpose and creating what I call a purpose statement will also give you more confidence to be able to talk to your architect or builder.  So often I hear that people are nervous to start the design process because they don't know what they're doing, and they don't know how to explain their ideas to the design and construction professionals.  

We are going to remove that nervousness and get you confident about what your new home is going to be and feel like.

What You'll Need:

Download the free 3-Step Process workbook here.

This download also gives you access to the video version of the episode.

Clarity Call:

If you're still unsure of your vision and overwhelmed by the steps ahead, let's work together to create a clear vision for your future home.  

Learn more about the clarity call here.

Our time together will bring you clarity, making your life easier during the design and construction process.  It will save you time, money, and overwhelm.  And it'll help ensure that your finished home is going to be exactly what you want.