A non-overwhelming declutter challenge to declutter your entire home!
I recently wrote about how to declutter your home fast.
It stemmed from my frustration with wanting to clear all the clutter around my home - but feeling totally overwhelmed with such an ominous task.
So overwhelmed in fact, that nothing was happening at all, and the clutter just kept creeping!
A clutter-free home is an ongoing task, so here are some easy hacks to help you to KEEP your home as clutter-free as possible.
Have you been making some great headway in your decluttering efforts?
Only for the clutter to start creeping its way around your home again?
Unfortunately, maintaining a clutter free home is not a one-time, set and forget activity.
But, the good news is that there’s some easy tips and tricks that can keep the clutter at bay:
A five-minute read if you're looking for some useful bullet journal page ideas - or for some inspiration on what page ideas will work best for you.
Whether you're just starting your bullet journal, or you’ve been doing it for a while, you may be overwhelmed by all the different possibilities of bullet journal pages and ideas.
There’s an unlimited number of pages that you could include in your bullet journal, and of course, you can design them in any way you want.
A 5-minute read on how to declutter your home fast!
The good news is that my home isn’t a contender for the latest episode of Hoarders.
The bad news is that there’s still far too much clutter lurking around.
Behind cupboard doors, stuffed in drawers, piles of paper and half-done projects. Then there’s paperwork to be sorted, receipts to be filed and an over-flowing wardrobe.
A ten-minute read: realistic, simple living tips to reduce the overwhelm and instead live a simpler, more joyful life.
I was beating myself up about being so unorganized. Again.
I just couldn’t keep up.
With the house. The finances. The meals. The kid’s activities. Forgetting important things and
feeling like I was losing my mind.
As a mother, I know the benefits that routines can have on my children. They are calmer, happier, less tired and better behaved when the routines in their lives are operating well.
Yet, I’ve never been so strict with myself in regard to the routines that would help ME be, well… calmer, happier, less tired and yes, probably even better ‘behaved’ too?!
Let's be realistic - no matter what you have to do or whatever time you have to get there by, mornings can be chaotic when you're trying to get the kids ready and out the door on time.
Yet some people make it look so easy, don't they?
They arrive at the school drop-off/day-care/workplace looking like they are totally chill. They aren’t raising their voices, or rushing their children along and they are calm and relaxed.Continue reading