15 Ways to Make Your House Less Cluttered (Without Getting Rid of Anything)

Make your bed as soon as you wake up each morning. Open your curtains and let the light in. Keep your dresser in your closet. Put your belongings away when you are done with them instead of just setting them down. (example: Shoes) Don’t store your things in tight spaces like hallways. Hang pictures onContinue reading “15 Ways to Make Your House Less Cluttered (Without Getting Rid of Anything)”

5 Habits to Keep your Car Clutter-Free

Spring is in the air here in central Pennsylvania! One of the first things I like to do when the weather gets nice is to clean out my car.  For me, this consists of vacuuming out the crumbs or bits of leaves and wiping down the dash and windows with my Norwex EnviroCloth and WindowContinue reading “5 Habits to Keep your Car Clutter-Free”

Clutter Trap: “I’ll do that… later”

How many times have you noticed something that needs to be done and you tell yourself “I’ll do that…later.” A bill that needs to be paid A broken toy that needs to be fixed An appointment that needs to be made An email that needs a response Laundry that needs put away  A room thatContinue reading “Clutter Trap: “I’ll do that… later””

Decluttering Digital Distractions (Part 3 of 3)

Did you miss part one or two? If you’re interested in an overview about digital distractions and how they add clutter to our minds, read part 1. To read more about the importance of evaluating and monitoring your time online, read part 2. For tips and suggestions about different ways you can remove some distractionsContinue reading “Decluttering Digital Distractions (Part 3 of 3)”

Top Decluttering Questions Answered by a Fellow Declutterer (Guest Post)

Today I am collaborating with Michelle over at Boomer Eco Crusader to share our answers to some top decluttering questions that we often get. Michelle has a lot of amazing ideas about decluttering, being eco friendly, and much more! After you check out her answers here, you can pop over to her blog to readContinue reading “Top Decluttering Questions Answered by a Fellow Declutterer (Guest Post)”

Tips for Decluttering with Young Kids

Are you trying to declutter your house but you have young kids and it feels like their stuff is taking over? It doesn’t have to be that way. You can guide your kids to declutter their belongings and teach them skills to maintain a simplified lifestyle. Have your kids join you in the process ofContinue reading “Tips for Decluttering with Young Kids”

Digital Distractions (Part 1 of 3)

Technology is a big part of the world we live in. There are many benefits of using technology in our everyday lives but there is another side that many people ignore. In this three-part series, I will discuss digital distractions and how they contribute to mental clutter. I will also provide some tips for limitingContinue reading “Digital Distractions (Part 1 of 3)”

Rethink your Needs and Avoid Clutter

In today’s society, it is so easy to acquire new things. Constant advertisements are showing us what we need. Stores are filled with things you didn’t know you needed. Internet shopping is easier than ever. Within minutes you can think of something that would be cool to have, find it online, and have it ordered.Continue reading “Rethink your Needs and Avoid Clutter”

Simplify your Planning

To me, a big part of living a decluttered lifestyle is continuing to simplify and make things easier for myself and my family. My most recent decision was to condense a few notebooks that I keep. You might be thinking it would be easier to use technology to plan, keep notes, and track things butContinue reading “Simplify your Planning”

Ways to Declutter your Mind

What is Mental Clutter? Mental clutter is any thought keeping you from the present moment.  You could be lost in negative thoughts about the past, caught up comparing yourself to others on social media, thinking about something you need to do, or worrying about the future.  Basically, mental clutter includes all of the thoughts thatContinue reading “Ways to Declutter your Mind”