As a crafty and creative person, I can totally understand how hard it is to let go of anything that could remotely turn into a project. There’s a special kind of magic that comes with turning scraps and overlooked treasures into a masterpiece. There isn’t a special kind of magic, however, in keeping things
If you’ve ever been frustrated that your decluttering work gets undone, this video is for you. In it, you’ll discover some of the reasons why your decluttering efforts don’t tend to stick – even when you’ve spent countless hours clearing out your closet or kitchen cupboards. The issue is about more than decluttering. Here
If decluttering sometimes makes you wish that a natural disaster would come and take care of it all for you, you are not alone. Decluttering is hard! Yet, it doesn’t have to stop you. Watch this video to understand the underlying issues that make decluttering so difficult so you can learn how to address
For some, the link between trauma and clutter is all too real. There’s undeniable pain and anxiety that accompanies the decluttering process, often causing us to get too overwhelmed to make real change. For others, the trauma is more insidious – creeping into your home and causing your clutter to get out of control
Ever get into the swing of decluttering just to find that one small pause turns into a project being completely derailed? Sadly, our decluttering hopes and good intentions often aren’t enough to finish. It takes routine. And we’ve got the tips to help you get into a solid decluttering routine so you can maintain

Welcome. I’m Sarah!


I’m the creator of Decluttering School (formerly known as Early Bird Mom), lover of organized spaces, encourager to women and mom to four boys. Click here to read more!

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