Set aside just one month, and you’ll feel a ton of weight lifted from your shoulders … and closets.
It’s not hard, I promise.
Stick around and we’ll tackle this together.
Excess stuff is actually really hard on us emotionally. Clutter causes stress whenever we can’t find important things we’re looking for. It’s a huge time waster.
If you work at home like I do, clutter is also super distracting and disheartening. As I move around my house, the extra stuff keeps calling out — “do something with me!” It feels awful.
We had a major declutter win in our garage this weekend, and it’s spurred us to keep going in the right direction. A giant entertainment center armoire finally found its new home!
We’ll divide our 30 days into four weekly chunks. You can start fresh at the start of a month, or better yet, get started today! Each weekday has a 20-minute purging session, and weekends are used to get rid of stuff.
You’ll be moving through your house in sections. The first week has five easy20-minute decluttering sessions. We need to see those quick wins to stay motivated for the big stuff!
- A large garbage bag
- A medium box or laundry basket
- Cleaning gloves if you’d like
- Good music or a podcast you’ve wanted to hear
The final few weeks are for deeper decluttering. Each weekday you’ll tackle a certain area of the house. Since basic decluttering is done the first week, you should be able to get quite a bit accomplished in 20 minutes a day.
Weekends are for getting the clutter off the premises.
Decluttering your home, and creating a lovely space, begins with peace and order on the inside. Simplify and streamline your daily schedule for a healthier life balance and cut the chaos for good. All you need is a solid plan.