Part 3: Free Virtual Coaching with Houseplay Renovations

by Michael Scivoli

Tammy Templeman is back with another free virtual coaching session this week on Wednesday, April 15 at 8 p.m. (If you missed the last call, you can get more information here.) Tammy, the co-founder of Houseplay Renovations, has also been offering virtual coaching sessions for the past year. During these group sessions, she will answer questions you have about your space which can be both immediate or long term.

Houseplay has hosted two groups over the last month on Zoom, where they tackled topics like furniture layout, countertop clutter and how to make rooms more enjoyable without renovating. Sign up here!

A  Few Notes From Tammy at Houseplay

“I believe that space has the power to change how we live. A beautiful space inspires us, makes us feel safe, and allows us to create – whether we’re creating a focused, productive workday, a lovely meal, or a good night’s rest. Cluttered, old, outdated spaces stress us out. Often this stress is at such a low level that we don’t even notice it … until we spend time in a space that’s clean and beautiful and notice how much better we feel.

I’ve built my company on this belief. My team and I have created gorgeous spaces together since 2007. And I’ve also found that it is entirely possible to upgrade your space – and feel better – a little at a time, without a full renovation. That’s what Virtual Houseplay is about.

I’m currently offering a series of free, live Virtual Houseplay coaching calls to give you a taste of how powerful this work is. Today I’m sharing a few snippets of recent calls with you, so you can understand the powerful support this type of coaching can provide.”

A Preview From Last Week’s Call

To register for Houseplay Renovations’ free virtual coaching call on ZOOM, click here.

About the Author/s

Michael is the Editor-in-Chief of New Jersey Digest, COO of X Factor Media, and an avid writer. Growing up in Bergen County, he discovered his passion for words while in Friday detention. Michael loves kayaking, a fat glass of Nebbiolo, and over-editing.

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