There is a saying that cluttered surroundings lead to a cluttered mind. I know it at least can lead to a stressful mind. It can be so easy to let our collection of stuff pile up and then it becomes an overwhelming task to start the clean up. The key can be to start with a small space or area that we know we can sort through and clean up successfully and get started. Maybe there is a drawer or small closet that we can identify as a place to start. Or another approach is to identify one type of item that we are going to get rid of such as the tshirts or other tops we haven't worn for months. Or those extra pans in the kitchen. Once we start and have some success it is so much easier to move onto another area or item to purge. After that success, the momentum builds and it can be so much easier to continue to declutter other areas.
Whether you are just trying to clean up your home or you are getting ready to downsize, starting small can help you avoid procrastinating and feeling overwhelmed.
If you are wanting to downsize to a smaller home and easier lifestyle, I can help you find that home and the lifestyle you would like to enjoy.
Sometimes for whatever reason, the task of decluttering or getting ready to move is so large and you do not have the time or stamina to go it alone, professional help may be needed. I can link you with a professional resource to assist you with your decluttering efforts as you get ready to sell or move.
We are an experienced real estate team that can sell your current home and find that perfect new home for you whether it be a townhome, patio home, condo, or senior living. I can supporrt you throughout the transition process to your new home.
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Dee Maas, 720-244-6481