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Do You Really Need That?

Your living space is an extension of your mind so be sure your home brings you a sense of peace not chaos. The book that sparked this decluttering phenomena was the Kon Mari method.

I have to say, it's one of my favorites. Since reading this book years ago, I've really come to simplify everything I buy and why I buy it so it doesn't lead to more clutter. However, being a mom of three this poses more of a challenge as the outgrown clothes and toys pile up.

Decluttering can be incredibly beneficial to your home and mental health. It helps to reduce stress and anxiety by removing items that you don't need, use, or want. This can also create more space and make it easier to find the items that you do need. Additionally, it can help to free up your time and energy by not having to sift through piles of clutter to find something. Decluttering can help to improve your overall wellbeing by creating a clean and organized environment.

Decluttering can be a daunting task, but it doesn't have to be! Here are three easy steps to clear the clutter.

Start by making a plan of action.

Determine what areas of your home need the most attention and break the process into manageable tasks. Then, decide which items you want to keep, donate, or throw away.

Start by sorting items into piles, then move on to the more difficult choices. As you go, keep in mind that less is often more when it comes to creating a comfortable and organized home.

Finally, don’t forget to enjoy the process! Removing clutter can be a great way to free up space, get organized, and bring a sense of calm to your living space.

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