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
Do you have special things you’re keeping because of the memories they hold? Maybe it’s your grandmother’s china or your wedding heels or your baby’s favorite stuffie. Use the Birdbath Principle to increase your enjoyment of those things AND learn how to let go at the same time. Watch the Video Now: Want more
Do you have ADHD and find decluttering your home next to impossible? Sarah recently chatted with two of our network coaches, Julie and Danie, all about this very issue. Watch this call to learn: why decluttering is so darn hard if you have ADHD what people with ADHD typically do that makes decluttering harder
Seeing our home with fresh eyes isn’t the easiest thing to do. But taking the time to stop and question the use of a space can be a game-changer when decluttering. That’s why we’re chatting with a couple of our network coaches, Linda Bee and Joanne Reeder, about rethinking your space so that you
Are you sabotaging your decluttering efforts without even realizing it? Do you… Put off decluttering until next week? Go shopping when you don’t really need anything? Keep every scrap of mail that enters your house? These are all ways to NOT declutter your home, guaranteed. Learn more of the ways you might not be

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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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