Sometimes it helps to receive different perspectives on a subject. We all take in information differently and we have diverse interests and motivations. For those of you who’d like to delve deeper, check out this post listing some of the research into the psychological effects of Minimalism and decluttering.
Decluttering your home is really simple once you get the hang of it, but it can be a little daunting for those who are new to the whole thing. If you’re keen to try it yourself, but need some help getting started, then check out this post. Here are 50 things you can declutter at home right now. There’s also a free printable checklist for you to work through and tick off as you go. It’ll keep you on track and motivated!
Do you like the idea of decluttering and the benefits it can give you, but not sure how to get started or find the time when you’re a busy, overwhelmed mum and not much free time or energy? Don’t worry! Check out this post on my top 10 easy expert hacks to help you declutter at home.
Decluttering your home is one of the best things you can do to create more time for you and your family and cut out some of the stress and overwhelm for you. A decluttered home is so much easier and quicker to look after so you can focus on doing other things. Once you get the hang of it, decluttering is easy but there are a few things which many people get stuck on at first. Check out this post on how to declutter – common problems and FAQs (frequently asked questions)!
Decluttering feels like it should be easy and some people definitely find it easier than others. If you’re new to the whole subject of decluttering or want to know how and what to declutter, then check out this post – the complete guide on how to declutter your home. It will give you the low-down on the what, why and how of decluttering your home and everything you need to get started so you can try it for yourself and hopefully get hooked!
Decluttering the toys as part of a minimalist, simpler life is one of the best things I ever did. It created more time and less stress for me, and my children learnt to develop imaginative and creative games with the toys they did have, rather than being overwhelmed and overstimulated by too much choice. But, how do you know which toys to keep and which to get rid of? In this post I explain a bit more about minimalism, kids and the types of toys I don’t declutter.
Toys are one of the things that drove me crazy before I decluttered our home. They would somehow find their way into every room and I’d be forever moving and tidying them, picking them up or stepping over them. When I decluttered the toys and left my kids with less than half of what they’d originally owned, I thought they would complain and ask me where they all went. But they didn’t and it turned out to be one of the best things I ever did! Read on to see what a difference it made and 11 ways your children can benefit when you declutter the toys.
Many people find it difficult to declutter and minimalise their stuff and some rooms in your home or types of things are definitely easier to declutter than others. Sentimental items that bring back memories or belong to someone you love, are particularly difficult and is an area where a lot of people get stuck. If you need help, then check out this post on how to declutter your sentimental items.
Do you feel overwhelmed by the state of your home? Are you constantly picking things up, or clearing up after your family? Does it feel that no matter how much time you spend looking after your home, it never seems to be enough and you’re fighting a losing battle? If so, don’t worry because there is a solution! Simplifying your home and getting rid of some of the clutter will make your home so much easier to look after. You’ll be able to spend less time looking after it, and more time doing other things which are far more important to you and your family. Check out this post on 20 ways to declutter your home and I’ll show you how.
Do you ever go to your wardrobe in the morning to get dressed but can’t find anything to wear, despite it being full of clothes? Read my post on how to make it simpler for yourself – declutter your wardrobe and love your clothes.
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