Do you look at the spaces between things in your house and think: Must. Fill. Gap? There's a bit of a mindset shift required when decluttering, especially for some special areas of the house.
Weeding shoes is HARD. It's up there with books and family photos. It might start out easy (broken strap, high heel scratched and peeling) but end up hopeless with a huge mess. There's an easier way.
I'm talking about the stuff you have to do day-in and day-out. Sometimes several times a day. But easier.
If you're dealing with a mountain of stuff, and you're about to be crushed under an avalanche don't rely on your kids hearing your cries for help! Declutter!
When you declutter what you're really doing is working out what your favourite things are. So why are your favourite things so important?
The seasons are changing, you can feel it can't you? Daylight savings, temperature changes, and the light is changing too (Ugh dust!) It's the perfect time of year to declutter your clothes and your kids clothes.
This is really useful knowledge. It puts things in a completely different perspective. It really does change everything. And you're already doing it!
365 days. 12 months. 52 weeks. You could do ANYTHING in that time, couldn't you? Renovate a house? Declutter a house? Let's do March. The Bathroom.
OK, I admit it, this is going to be about one OF the Huge Secrets To Decluttering Success, but it's a biggie. It's a Macro-Level Secret. The Underlying, or Overarching Secret Thing to the tricky art of decluttering.
365 days. 12 months. 52 weeks. You could do ANYTHING in that time, couldn't you? Renovate a house? Declutter a house? Let's do February.