So, you want to declutter, but don't know what to focus on?
When you start decluttering, do you tend to grab things from all over the house, randomly decluttering and never feel like it makes any difference?
You know, because you start in the junk drawer, and find the missing foot from the coffee pot, go to fix it, but need to clean the coffee pot first, start doing all the dishes after the cleaning the pot, have to answer a phone call, remember a bill that needs to be paid... and on and on the day goes until it's time to cook dinner and you're so tired of decluttering you might just order pizza.
You worked all day long, but NEVER see progress!
If you just knew what to focus on so that you could SEE the transformation you LONG FOR.
You CAN! It's completely possible to work systematically through your home and see a change!
When you have a plan and work category by category, you can focus easier and follow a task through to completion.
YOU CAN TRANSFORM YOUR HOME!
ROOM BY ROOM
Too often we move from one task to another, leaving half-done projects in our wake. To really see a change in our home, we need to keep our focus on one area at a time. Room by room decluttering and streamlining.
12 charts with different rooms so you can keep your focus to one area at a time and see some major transformation with your decluttering journey!
FOLLOW THE CHART
Have you ever stood in your home, wanting to be free of clutter, but not knowing where to start or even how to start?
Let these charts be your guide. Do something small every day, place the current chart on the fridge next to your yearly decluttering chart and you will be encouraged as you start to see items being checked off, boxes being filled and removed from the house, and clean clear spaces pleasantly popping up.
SLOW AND STEADY
Of course, when we decide to make this big of a change in our lives, we want it to happen quickly.
But exhausting yourself over one weekend of intense decluttering only leads to frustration and quickly overwhelms our efforts.
Instead, we need to work diligently, each day, for 15-30 minutes. Just one drawer or one shelf at a time. This is not a quick sprint. It’s a marathon race. One needs a good pace to continue and follow through to the end.