Avoid the “Just in Case” Clutter trap

Do you keep things around just in case? Clothes that don’t fit- just in case you lose weight. Old hobby supplies from 10 years ago- just in case you decide to start again. Nintendo games from the 1990s – just in case they are worth money. Furniture you aren’t using- just in case you decideContinue reading “Avoid the “Just in Case” Clutter trap”

4 Tips To Help You Start Removing Clutter

Did you decide you are going to get rid of some of the excess clutter in your home for your New Year’s Resolution? Yay for you! This is totally doable and will lead you to more time, more happiness, and an overall sense of feeling good. If you do a quick Google search you’ll findContinue reading “4 Tips To Help You Start Removing Clutter”

Happily Decluttered: About Me

If you read the About section on my website you already know a little bit about me but I wanted to take this opportunity to share more and explain why I decided to start blogging. Who am I? My name is Suzanne. I enjoy working in my garden and flower beds, going camping, and spendingContinue reading “Happily Decluttered: About Me”

Don’t Let Clutter Creep In This Christmas

Christmas is two days away! Although Christmas is probably going to look a lot different this year than in years past, there’s a good chance that it is still going to involve presents. That means a decent amount of new things are going to be added to your home. After you’ve enjoyed opening your newContinue reading “Don’t Let Clutter Creep In This Christmas”

How to Avoid Buying Gifts For Kids That Will Turn Into Clutter

When you are out shopping for Christmas gifts for kids, the choices can be overwhelming. There are the newest styles of clothing, the top trending toys of the season, and the most popular characters on everything! It is easy to get sucked up into the hype and go crazy buying all the cool stuff. YouContinue reading “How to Avoid Buying Gifts For Kids That Will Turn Into Clutter”

Turn your Clutter into a Christmas Wish

It’s December! The month of giving and holiday cheer! This month I want to start off with a holiday declutter and donate challenge that will help you remove clutter from your home, put you in a good mood, and hopefully provide someone with their Christmas wish. Try to complete one or more of the followingContinue reading “Turn your Clutter into a Christmas Wish”

I am Thankful for Being Decluttered

Since tomorrow is Thanksgiving, I decided to write a blog post about the things I am thankful for in regards to decluttering. After I decluttered my house several years ago I have noticed a big difference in myself and how I live my life. I am thankful… I have less I am so thankful IContinue reading “I am Thankful for Being Decluttered”

Dealing with a Clutter Prone Area

Think about your home and where clutter seems to always take over. It could be your kitchen counters, linen closet, or toy area. Each home is unique and the possibilities are endless. These spots can be difficult to declutter because no matter how many times you take care of the mess there always seems toContinue reading “Dealing with a Clutter Prone Area”

Stop Clutter Before it Starts

Once you start decluttering your house you need to make a plan to stop clutter from coming in so you don’t end up in an endless cycle. When I started decluttering my house I started the following 4 things right away. I limited incoming mail I spent less than a half hour turning all ofContinue reading “Stop Clutter Before it Starts”

Decluttering: Get Started!!

You have made the decision to remove some clutter from your life. You are ready! For your first decluttering session, you should pick an area that you use frequently. Don’t focus on an entire room, break it down into manageable projects. For example, if you want to start in your bedroom; your dresser, the closet,Continue reading “Decluttering: Get Started!!”