The school holidays are a great time to get stuck in to organising problem spaces, but you can do it any time. Here are a few ideas you could try.
There's often more to clutter than we think. Sometimes clutter is caused by how we feel, and we don't even know it!
You are a huge hearted, generous and kind person. But you're forgetting yourself in this busy, crazy life of yours.
Find freedom from conflict in your relationships, freedom from inner struggles with difficult feelings and even change behaviours that lead to conflict in your home.
Refresh your glorious wardrobe, make space for more Friends, Lovers & other treasures that will make you far happier than holding onto things that are just not good enough for you.
Joy can be hard to find when the world is a scary place, so let's have a go at finding some little things that could help you feel better straight away.
You could be really disappointed with your decluttering if any one of these three beliefs are in control. Here's a different way to look at them.
Value means something different to everyone. So taking time to make wise decisions is important. You might also learn a lot about yourself.
What's going on? Do you have deep beliefs about yourself that are stopping you from decluttering?
Being tidy doesn't mean you have to be minimal. It means you can find a thing quickly when you need it. It makes your life easier.