Do you have several decluttering / cleaning / organizing projects going on in your home at once? How about those bins or totes that are “time capsules” or “clutter coffins” of “I’ll get to that later…”? Are you alone in your decluttering journey, or have you found yourself stalled at a stopping point of
Decluttering brings up SO many questions! What if you LOVE everything? What if you spent a lot of money on a hobby? How do you manage to let things go? What if you have to decide on a house full of things that meant a lot to your parents? These questions may have you
In this video, you’ll learn: – why this work should NOT be about having a spotless house – why you shouldn’t expect to feel better after reaching your goal if you’re not at peace right now – how to find time for yourself even if you’re stretched pretty thin right now – what to
Do you ever have the desire to work in your home but you don’t have the energy or stamina due to a chronic illness or disability? Wouldn’t it be great to get ideas on being able to get the decluttering, cleaning and housework done even if you aren’t feeling well or perhaps physically limited?
The shutdown is here. You’re FINALLY motivated to declutter but all the thrift stores are closed! Where can you take your donations now? Four 0ptions for getting unwanted clutter out of your house The donation stations in grocery store parking lots are likely full, and if items are left outside of the box, you
Who dreads the thought of dealing with the paper piles in their home? Paperwork nightmares are the BIGGEST problem most people face with clutter. I asked last week if you had 1 wish for your paper piles, what would it be? And you all responded! Hundreds and hundreds of email replies (my apologies if
With the world adjusting to a new normal we realize you may be struggling to figure out how to stay calm, keep your kids busy, and wait out this pandemic. We here on the Decluttering School team have a series of videos and resources planned to support you through this time. While this series
Once you get into a routine, decluttering some things is easy. Junk drawer? Easy. Kitchen? No sweat. Clothing? Check. But once you get past the easy stuff to the sentimental items, you may find yourself stuck. Different people will get stuck on different things. For instance, I have no problem recycling 98% of the