What is the purpose of decluttering and organising our homes? It's to make our lives simpler, less stressful, less annoying, easier! We want to be happy in our homes! A crucial part of decluttering a home is establishing systems to make sure it stays that way. It's what I do automatically as I work with my clients. That's why I've created the Make-It-Easy Method. It's just 4 steps.
Decluttering Dangers?! Do not do this if you want to avoid the heartbreak of declutterer's regret. Yes, it's a thing.
Our lives are formed by our choices, what are YOU choosing to do or NOT do to make your life better?
Frustrated, stressed and depressed with your way-too-small-home? I know the feeling. I bet you can guess where this is going...
What does decluttering have to do with Big Feelings, our brain and our survival instinct? You'll be surprised!
You can change the whole look of a bedroom or bathroom with linen right? And it's fun! It's nice to have choices, to mix and match, arrange and design. But what if you've reached Maximum Capacity?
Decluttering is hard. There's so much stuff to deal with, and so many feelings! Here are some things to think about, that might make it a little easier.
Some people sneer, scoff, roll their eyes and get very cross at the idea of decluttering books. Which is fine if you have limitless bookshelves or storage for boxes of books that may or may not ever be read again. But what if you don't? What if you have to downsize?
How many toys is too many toys? How many toys should your kids have? But what to do with them when you declutter?
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.