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.
I'm talking about the stuff you have to do day-in and day-out. Sometimes several times a day. But easier.
Spring makes us feel like we should do something... So here are a few things you can tackle that will make you feel good AND it'll look great when you're done.
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.
Noooo! Not ANOTHER Smart Thing!? No, it's not talking toasters, chatty fridges or washing machines that play Beethoven. It's about getting organised, in the best way for YOU!
Do you visit family and friends and despair at their tidy, organised homes? Boggling at their ability to clear up at a moments notice? Here's a secret...
Everyone deserves to live their best life now. Whatever your priority is, family, sports, your art, reading, volunteering, your pets... you can choose to value yourself and your precious time by outsourcing jobs that you think completely suck!
You might not have the time. You might not have the energy. Check out this method of Getting Stuff Done.