A cluttered house causes a cluttered mind…as well as being a pain in the neck when you’re trying to find anything. Here are 5 practical steps to declutter your house and keep it that way. Stop procrastinating and get started!
I am one of those kinds of people who cannot handle clutter at all. If there is a bunch of papers on my desk, clothes all over, shoes everywhere, dishes piled up, it makes my day just wonky. Decluttering isn’t that difficult, really. It requires a different way of thinking about things, though.
Declutter your home, minimize your belongings, simplify your life! Get free decluttering and organizing worksheets so you can begin today.
My word for 2015 is “Simplify”, mainly clutter and distraction. Most of us are overwhelmed with too much stuff but I hope to remedy that this year. What about you?
Sometimes it seems like children can collect toys faster than you can get rid of them! Here are some strategies for keeping your kid’s toys under control.
If your closet is a source of embarrassment and frustration and you are tripping over shoes every morning, then it’s time to de-clutter.