Minimize Back-To-School Shopping And Trade Wasting Money For Family Fun

School is starting up again soon, so that means you have probably been seeing back-to-school sales going on the last few weeks. All the new school supplies and new clothes look appealing and the deals may seem irresistible, but before you go out for your back-to-school shopping, check out the tips below so you don’tContinue reading “Minimize Back-To-School Shopping And Trade Wasting Money For Family Fun”

Clutter Trap: Stagnant Items

When you start to declutter your home, some areas stand out as needing attention, like the clothes that are bulging out of your drawers or the overflowing hall closet that requires some quick maneuvering to successfully shut. However, other areas are easy to pass over as you are making your way around your home.  TheseContinue reading “Clutter Trap: Stagnant Items”

10 Tips For Dealing With Guilt Clutter

We all have kept something at some point out of guilt. It might have been a gift, an expensive item, or an inherited object. Letting guilt clutter go will help you feel better, and it will free up space for things that are important to you. Items that we keep out of guilt, make usContinue reading “10 Tips For Dealing With Guilt Clutter”

Best Practices To Keep Your Food Storage Spaces Decluttered

To make meal planning easier, and to ensure you aren’t wasting food, keep your pantry, refrigerator, and freezer decluttered. Start by decluttering your food supply (step one) or skip ahead to some best practices you can implement to maintain your decluttered food storage spaces (step two). Step One: Declutter 1. Remove all the food fromContinue reading “Best Practices To Keep Your Food Storage Spaces Decluttered”

A Place For Everything

One of the most important parts of the decluttering process is establishing a place for all of your belongings. If you don’t have a set place for where your things live they will quickly find their way onto countertops, floors, or other random places. This will make your house appear cluttered, despite your efforts toContinue reading “A Place For Everything”

My 6 Month Blogiversary

Today marks my 6 month anniversary of blogging! I can’t believe how fast the time went. First, I would just like to send a huge THANK YOU to all of you who read my blog. Second, I would like to add an extra THANK YOU AND YOU’RE AWESOME to everyone who has left a commentContinue reading “My 6 Month Blogiversary”

Eco-Friendly Decluttering Tips

Earth Day is quickly approaching so I thought it was fitting to share some environmentally responsible decluttering tips. Check out the list below for some simple ways to respect the Earth while you declutter. Recycle Whenever possible, recycle unusable items instead of trashing them. Keep tabs on local events to find options for difficult toContinue reading “Eco-Friendly Decluttering Tips”

30 Reasons to Declutter

If you have already begun decluttering, you most likely have experienced some beneficial side effects that you weren’t expecting.  The following list includes the benefits that I experienced after decluttering my home. Some I noticed immediately, and some happened over time. Although some may not seem directly related to decluttering, they all stem from owningContinue reading “30 Reasons to Declutter”

10 Tips to Help You Avoid Accumulating Stuff

Stuff Doesn’t Bring You Happiness You know it’s true, accumulating more stuff won’t make you happy. But for some reason, more stuff keeps making its way into your home. Once stuff gets into your home, it is more difficult to get rid of it. To change the pattern of continuously accumulating and decluttering, you needContinue reading “10 Tips to Help You Avoid Accumulating Stuff”