Mindset & Emotions

Ever kept someone out of your home because you were embarrassed by the piles on the kitchen table? Or maybe your face turned bright red because the cable guy raised his eyebrows at you when he saw the cluttered “catch-all” room that he had to work in. I have a new way for you
How to start decluttering after a break OR how to keep your momentum for the long term. If you’ve ever had to take a break from decluttering or working on an organizing project, you may have had trouble finding motivation to get going again. Maybe you’re frustrated because your progress has slipped in the
Have you ever been in the midst of decluttering your home and caught yourself saying, “I really should …” As in “I should (read that book / play that game / use those art supplies).” If you’re like me, you’re probably not being completely honest with yourself. In fact, this sort of commentary will
It’s easy to let go of things you’re tired of or that are no longer useful. But how do you declutter something you still love? Is that a good idea? Is it even possible if you’re a sentimental person holding on to sentimental items? How to let go of something you still love  –
Do you have recycling or donation guilt? Do you feel like you “should” do something with your clutter (sell it, donate it, find just the right person who needs it)? I love making our things count AND passing them on when we’re done with them. But that’s not always practical. And it’s not always
The most obvious reason that decluttering is so darn hard is that we’re attached to our things. Click through to watch the video below, I explain how you can detach or become less attached to those things… and in so doing decide if you want to let them go. Remember, YOU get to decide

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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