Even in our digital age, we seem to have a lot of paperwork. 1. Turn off the faucet I don’t mean the literal faucet. I mean the paper faucet. If you’re flooded with paperwork, look for ways to stop it from coming in (turn off the faucet). If you’re getting credit card offers, sign up… Continue reading How to Deal with Paper Clutter
It’s one of those things we always intend to get done, but put off until things are falling out every time you open the door … organizing the refrigerator. It’s not rocket science, but it does take a few minutes. 1. Everything comes out. I mean EVERYTHING. We piled it all on the cabinets after… Continue reading Organize Your Refrigerator in 3 Easy Steps
Five Easy Ways to Declutter TODAY I have personal experience with hoarding and I know that massive clean outs usually don’t work, because they don’t change the mental reasons for clutter and keeping stuff you don’t really use, like, or need. Plus people think that decluttering takes a lot of time so they just keep… Continue reading 5 Easy Ways to Declutter TODAY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-BEvDXLLU8 When I was on antidepressants, I was emotionally numb and looked for experiences and things I thought would force me for feel something. I would go shopping not looking for anything in particular, find some little trinket or shampoo that smelled good and think "this will make me happy". I'd buy it, take it… Continue reading Are You Trying to Buy Happiness?
A habit is defined as “a settled or regular tendency or practice”. Do you have Clutter Habits? Ask yourself these questions to find out. Are you checking to see what you already have BEFORE you go shopping for new things, including personal care stuff, clothes, food, etc.? If you’re not, start the habit of taking… Continue reading Change Your Clutter Habits