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Family Declutter Challenge: Week #4

organized closet

In our final week of the Family Declutter Challenge: Letting Go Before the Holidays, we are going to discuss how to manage and maintain our newly decluttered and organized space. In the previous three weeks, we covered: Setting goals for our chosen space Making decisions, and taking action when sorting, removing, and donating items ¬†Organizing … Read more

Family Declutter Challenge: Week #3

In week two of our Family Declutter Challenge, we discussed how to declutter using goals we set, making decisions, and taking action. No matter how big or small those decisions or actions are, progress is progress! In week one kicking off the Family Declutter Challenge: Letting Go Before the Holidays, we talked about setting a … Read more

Family Declutter Challenge: Week #2

In week one of our Family Declutter Challenge, we discussed preparing for changes; our thoughts are equally crucial to decluttering as having the box to collect items. Training our minds to make decisions and letting go of things that will ultimately open up space is essential. In week two of the Family Declutter Challenge, we … Read more

Family Declutter Challenge: Letting Go Before the Holidays

Many families have a goal of getting organized for the new year. As a professional organizer for years, and now teaching kids to clean and organize in my life skills classes, I believe we don’t need to wait for the new year. January is named “Get Organized Month” by NAPO, the National Association of Productivity … Read more

Three Ways Motivate Your Child to Clean

how to get child to clean their room

You may ask yourself, “How can I motivate my kids to clean their rooms?”¬†You have tried a few different ways to spark your child’s interest, and it hasn’t moved the needle. It may seem easier to clean up everything on your own and hope that down the road, they will decide that they want to … Read more