I’ve recently received a lot of questions on where and how we store our extra items. These people have the best intentions by wanting to get their home organized. As much as I love that and I’d love to help, more storage solutions are not the answer. You need less stuff. Owning less is the best storage solution you’ll find out there.
How can you simplify your life enough to be busy with the things you actually want to do? How can you simplify your schedule so the boring stuff doesn’t eat up every spare moment?
Let me share 8 ways to work smarter, not harder, so that you can minimize your schedule. These habits will help you fill your days with the things that matter to you!
Whether you are renting an apartment or own a house, your home should reflect the style and needs of the people living in it. If yours requires some work in this department, you can find a way to make it ideal, or else find a new space that works for your family. Here are a few tips to get you started.
As the best season to declutter approaches, I thought that I’d share with you a round up of my favorite and best decluttering tips that I’ve shared over the years. Yes, you can declutter fast! But keeping your space clutter-free takes maintenance. We’ll talk about both here!
I don’t know about you, but I’m ready to turn my 2020 calendar over to the trash can. But we still have a full month left! And this month will set us up for success in the new year. So before the holiday season gets too crazy, take a few days and declutter your home. This list is 100 things to declutter before the new year. Of course, this is not what you have to get rid, but just suggestions. Each family is different with different stuff!
Hey hey friends! I hope that this post finds you at exactly the right moment. Because today, we’re talking about decluttering and when you should donate, sell, or toss decluttered items. Decluttering is absolutely necessary this time of year whether you opt to do it before or after the holidays. But what should you do with decluttered items?
You’ve finally started to delcutter your home. You’re doing great, you found your groove, and all of a sudden – a single item stops you in your tracks. You, my friend, have hit a decluttering roadblock. Whether it be a sentimental item or an item you spent way too much money on, it can feel easy to get stuck and want to completely stop decluttering.
Whether we like it or not, stuff accumulates in our homes. Taking the time to seriously declutter will alleviate that burden from your life and put more time back in your day. That’s what this ultimate decluttering guide is all about.
Our possessions can quickly take over our lives. We pick them up and clean them. They surround us at all times. They break and require maintenance. Your possessions are everywhere – and it can be overwhelming. So overwhelming, in fact, that you don’t know how to get started decluttering even though it’s your heart’s biggest desire.
While your possessions weigh you down, the action of decluttering will lighten your load. Literally. Less cleaning, less picking up, less… stuff.
I love my small closet. I’ve made a capsule system and rotate with the seasons. But there were several pieces lurking in my wardrobe that I just couldn’t part with. That too expensive dress that no longer fits, the maxi skirt I thought would look killer, the baggy t-shirts I wore before I lost 30 pounds. They were all still there. Why? Why do we keep clothes we no longer wear?