Declutter

31 Bite Sized Decluttering Tasks to do BEFORE you Spring Clean

31 Bite Sized Decluttering Tasks to do BEFORE you Spring Clean

AKA 31 Bite-sized decluttering tasks you can do in 5 minutes! .

Do you ever get that feeling that the walls might be closing in on you?

Do you think your home might benefit from a spot of decluttering?

But would you rather have a colonoscopy and root canal surgery - AT THE SAME TIME - than start any decluttering? This post is for you!

How to Get Motivated to Declutter - 10 More Ways to Find Decluttering Motivation

How to Get Motivated to Declutter - 10 More Ways to Find Decluttering Motivation

You’ve suffered with it long enough, mama!

Shoes, coats, books, Power Rangers….you’re just sick of falling over it all.

Now it’s time to take action and get decluttering.

At least it would be if you weren’t stuck in a rut of zero decluttering motivation.

So what’s a mama to do?

Read on for 10 tips to get you excited about decluttering.

How to Get Motivated to Declutter: 10 Cunning Tips to get your Butt Off The Couch

How to Get Motivated to Declutter: 10 Cunning Tips to get your Butt Off The Couch

Lemme guess...

Everywhere you look there’s a pile of paper, a box of books and a chairful of clothes.

And much, much more.

Yes, you know it’s time to declutter.

Trouble is you’ve got NO motivation.

I’m talking...absolutely ZERO motivation to pick up a ‘donate’ box.

And I’ve so been there!!

So how do we get past that mental block to just….start?

I’ve rounded up 10 tips to help you wrench your backside off the couch and get decluttering.

Here are 5 Decluttering Methods (And How to Pick 1 That Doesn't Make You Want to Stick a Fork in Your Eye)

Here are 5 Decluttering Methods (And How to Pick 1 That Doesn't Make You Want to Stick a Fork in Your Eye)

‘Declutter your home’.

Great advice.  Just throw some crap in a bag and enjoy those clear surfaces and avalanche-free cupboards. Sounds so easy, right?

But we all know it’s not that easy.

Especially when you’re a mom.

Firstly, you have to find time in your already punishing schedule. Then you have to figure out what to let go of (often a Sophie’s Choice kinda situation).

If you add into this mix the constant influx of hand-me-downs, gifts and school papers...well, the odds of success are pretty much stacked against you. Best to just give up, pour the wine and watch reruns of NCIS. Right?.

But what if you just had to find the method of decluttering that works for you.

There’s more than one way to open a bottle of wine (trust me). And more than one way to declutter a room. And if anyone tells you that their method is the ‘best’ and the ‘only’ way to do things...Run. Fast. In the opposite direction.

So if you’ve been struggling to declutter, don’t worry. In this post I’m going to share 5 different methods of decluttering. And show you how to decide which one might work best for you.

Let’s make decluttering as easy as finishing off an entire packet of Oreos.