Have you ever wondered what it would be like to work with me? Check out Lisa’s post about her experience watching me with a client. After the process, I even worked with Lisa in her own home!
Keeping fewer kitchen items is key to keeping your kitchen clutter-free. Items in the kitchen are always on the move and can pile up if you have too many and you aren’t in the habit of tidying as you go. Make a few changes in these four areas and feel the difference! Shopping Habits BeContinue reading “Decluttering the Kitchen”
The Bedroom Although the bedroom may not regularly be seen by people living outside the home, it shouldn’t be overlooked as a top decluttering priority. Starting and ending your day in a cluttered environment creates stress, interrupts your sleep, and impacts your mindset. Removing Clutter Remove items that do not serve a purpose. Some examplesContinue reading “Decluttering the Bedroom and Living Room”
If something in your home isn’t working and you don’t have the skills to fix it, you hire a professional. If a pipe breaks, you hire a plumber. You hire an electrician if you have an electrical issue. Hiring a Decluttering Consultant is the first step to helping you slim down your possessions and learnContinue reading “Signs you should hire a Decluttering Consultant”
Do your kids keep all of their school work? Are you tired of the paper clutter? Read about the system that I use in my home.
When you are decluttering your home, most clutter you come across can quickly be labeled as trash, recyclable, or needing to be donated. But what do you do about the items that you know you don’t want or need, but the garbage can, recycle bin, or donation center just don’t seem right? These items canContinue reading “How to Let Go of Difficult to Part With Clutter”
Instead of focusing on the materialistic aspects of the holidays, join in on this Simple Holiday Joys tag.
Are you unsure of which decluttering advice is best? Read this first!
If you aren’t familiar with the Danish word, Hygge (hoo-ga or hue-gah depending who you ask) describes a comforting and cozy atmosphere. Meik Wiking, CEO of the Happiness Research Institute, wrote a whole book describing hygge which is called The Little Book Of Hygge Danish Secrets To Happy Living. Many people have become interested inContinue reading “What Is Hygge?”
Keep your commitments that align with your priorities and goals and say ‘no’ to the rest.