There is a way of tackling the thoughts that stop us from doing the things we want. Change your thoughts, changes how you deal with your clutter.
If you can't bring yourself to even start decluttering, you might not be ready to move past an old phase of your life that you're stuck in. Here's how.
Decluttering Accidents?! Do not do this if you want to avoid the heartbreak of declutterer's regret. Yes, it's a thing.
Noooo! Not ANOTHER Smart Thing!? No, it's not talking toasters, chatty fridges or washing machines that play Beethoven. It's unhackable and a sanity-saver!
Who are you really? Like right now? Not the old you, not last year's you, the now you. And does your life and your home reflect that new you?
Selena felt guilty about EVERYTHING! So guess what else she feels bad about? Decluttering. If you feel bad about it, these three questions might help.
Feeling like it's a Boxing Day at Nanna's? You've eaten all the yummy food, cleaned the kitchen twice, avoided the re-runs of the Queen's message and done every puzzle in the house (and also explains the weird lack of traffic.) Here's an idea...
There are SO many more refinements you can make to a pantry to make it really work for you and your family, but these 5 steps should help you make a start.
Letting go is hard, but Amy did it, she's so awesome! Read her story, maybe it will inspire you to let something go too!
Piles of stuff, everywhere! And they're a Grown-Up! They may be suffering from... Clutter Blindness! Here's how to fix it.