Tanya Slater aka the Girl Who Simplified
Hi I’m Tanya!
I see myself as a hope giver. You see all of this, The Girl Who Simplified coaching, courses and membership grew out of my own personal need to reduce overhwelm, anxiety and panic attacks and end my severe mental health struggles before they ended me. The compound effect of childhood bullying, child sex abuse, 25 years of identifying as a victim, toxic relationships, alcohol and drug abuse and undiagnosed adhd have made life one big uphill struggle.
But hard as life gets at times, we have to continue to believe in ourselves. I am strong, determined and a fierce lover of humankind who really wants everyone to get a fair shot at living their best life. On my journey I have done some stupid shit and lost my way several times but, I came back. I found my way back home to me and my beautfiul boys and twin flame.
I could never in a million years have predicted it would have been something so simple as decluttering my home that would be the most impactful thing I did to get my life back on track, get healthy again and finally be the person I am meant to be. But it was and now I am obsessed with helping others the way I helped myself because it’s so freaking simple and it works!!
Time is our most precious resource and none of us know how much we’ve got, so let’s stop giving it to people and tasks (anyone else thinking house, dishes?…) that are not important to us and start using our time and all our other resources more wisely. Less stuff, more living!!
Listen to my story
Its difficult to write a story from my experiences, BUT you can listen to my story in this podcast with Sam Osbiston
Watch a BRAVE Conversation, as Cynthia, and I look into what a minimalist lifestyle is really about and what it’s not. Listen to the emotional benefits of decluttering and get my top 3 tips on how to get started.
Listen to my chat with Debi John, for busy, ambitious, female entrepreneurs about being a single mum and how I cleared my life to make way for increasing the connection between me and my boys.