Overthinking? You're stuck. Your clutter never gets any better, no matter how hard you work. You end up with a bigger mess than before! Guess how much better you'll feel, every single day, if everything in your home and your routine was designed to make your life easier? EXPONENTIALLY BETTER!
Ugh! "Decluttering is hard. It's a crap job. I'll get sweaty and dirty. I'll have to make DECISIONS! And I'll feel so bad! What do I do with it all! Bluuurrggghhh!!" Try This Clever Tip To Transform Your Decluttering Experience: Stop being so mean to yourself!
I don't mean shut your eyes when you're sorting out things, that's dangerous! Imagine trying to work out which of your three sets of chefs knives were the best?!
Have you ever had a tiny little thought, so quick, so light that it whispered through your mind like a little breeze. And then the thing you thought actually happened? That's your intuition. Let's put it to good use.
You might be starting to feel a bit claustrophobic in your house, or your real estate agent has hinted (or told you straight out) that you need to do something to make it more appealing. Here's a bunch of ideas you can try, whether you're selling or just making your home better for yourself and your family.
Autumn is a time of change, an opportunity to plan for the upcoming months, to declutter and design your winter home.
Every day I help people chuck stuff out. Sometimes there's tears. Sometimes they're tears of of grief, of letting go and sometimes they're tears of relief and new understanding.
With less clutter around them people relax more deeply, concentrate better, feel more satisfied with their home and find it easier to eat healthily. So what's mindfulness got to do with it?
What exactly is mindful decluttering and does it really make you happier? It can be a powerful method of decluttering difficult things...
Honey-trap or happiness therapy? Are you decluttering in a way that increases your wellbeing?