“Where do I even start Liz?!” That’s something I hear a lot. Also, “Where do I declutter next?!”
This checklist was written for you. If you’re struggling with starting your decluttering project or you’re stopping and starting, and stopping again, this list will help.
I’m guessing you know HOW to declutter (especially if you’ve bought my eBook Do It Yourself: Decluttering Like A Pro). But you might be getting sidetracked, a bit lost or lose momentum.
That’s why I wrote this 19 page checklist. It’s designed to cover most of the usual rooms in a family home.
It gives you a simple system to follow and tick off as you go.
You can start from the top, but if you want to you can start anywhere. Just work your way from space to space and room to room.
You can use any action in any room if you think they apply to a different space in your home. Because you know how to declutter, the actions are self explanatory.
The checklist divides the average family home into manageable chunks.
- Each room is divided into spaces or types of things that you might find there.
- Each space or type of thing has 3 steps to action.
- Each of the 3 steps outline an action that needs time to complete.
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Please let me know if you found it useful!