Let’s declutter together over the next 28 days! If you have 4 weeks, you can give 4 areas of your home a refresh. It’s all part of the 28 Day Reboot, and it’s open for enrollment now. If you want to build a decluttering routine, you need 3 things: 1. Structure so you don’t
This article was submitted by one of our Network Decluttering Coaches, Danie Smallwood. Picture this. You’ve got clutter, it’s driving you batty, and you want to bring in help. You tell a friend how you’re fed up with the clutter and it just keeps coming back, and your friend mentions, “Hey, you should consider
Ok, crafters! As many of us on the Decluttering School team are crafters ourselves, we understand the need to get creative even when we don’t have a dedicated craft room. That can literally find us crafting in random spaces of the house – like at the dining table or on the living room floor.
A good living space should get used regularly by your entire family. It’s a place to congregate, lounge, chat, read, and relax. Occasionally, it’s also a place to work! Because of the popularity of the living space, good organization is key to maintaining a sense of tidiness. Sometimes easier said than done, though! If
Have you tried all the popular decluttering and organizing techniques? Things like checklists, complicated systems, color-coding, STORAGE UNITS! These things do NOT work for most people. In today’s video, I’ll tell you why they don’t work and what you should do instead. Some of the Popular Decluttering & Organizing Tips that Don’t Work
Family photos help us protect our precious memories, so they are easily some of our most prized possessions. Unfortunately, anything before the digital age has a tendency to get neglected and become forgotten clutter. Those printed photos haphazardly fill up boxes and envelopes hidden further inside closets, basements, and underneath beds. So how do
Imagine this: dishes piled up, laundry tossed on the bedroom floor, backpacks abandoned in the middle of the kitchen. Do you feel like your house is always messy? If you answer yes, you are not alone! Learn the simple habit that can keep your house cleaner with less work. (Affiliate links are present in
We love hearing how our Organize Like a Boss challenge participants have gotten organized and decluttered after trying unsuccessfully to make progress for years. Everything from having an organized household command center to having a clean kitchen every day has been achieved. Maybe you’ll be inspired by these wins as well! How to Have a Clean
I have fun reorganizing and updating my kitchen. We have tons of cabinets, but lots of space doesn’t automatically equal organized space. Over time, things can still become messy. It’s important to take the time to keep your kitchen zones organized so your kitchen can be used to its full potential. Here are some
It always interests me how other people organize their kitchens. A well-organized kitchen employs certain principles, and organized people instinctively use these principles. If you’re not one of those people, however, you may struggle. I hope this post gives you some guidelines to work with as you organize (or re-organize) your kitchen. Affiliate links are
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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!