Have you ever felt simply overwhelmed by the state of your house?
I know I have and it’s not a fun place to be. Literally, in my cluttered, messy home… it’s just not good for my mental state.
It’s hard to go home and see the piles of papers, toys, clothes and more just everywhere.
No, I’m not a hoarder, but still, it’s overwhelming.
Learn how decluttering your home can lead to less mental stress for you and your family.
Learn to enjoy your home and the space you created for yourself. It should be your escape, not your prison.
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In this episode:
Jessica and I talk about how to declutter your home and tips to do so to make it manageable.
We as moms need this to be manageable, right? Otherwise, it will probably get shuffled aside.
- Youtube Stuffed Animal Bean Bag
- Get your own bean bag right here.
- National Association of Productivity & Organizing Professionals — http://www.napo.net/
- Life Changing Cagic of Tidying Up
- The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning: How to Free Yourself and Your Family from a Lifetime of Clutter
- Start. Just start. Jessica suggests starting with your closets and moving out into your home from there.
- If you decide to sell your things and don’t sell them within 2 weeks, donate them.
- Organize with containers, bins, etc that work for your decor style. Use clipboards for art and decor!
Let’s keep the conversation going:
Jessica runs an amazing organizing and home decorating business out of Chicago. She teaches women to organize their homes, craft and DIY.
Where you can find Jessica:
- The Organized Mama
- The Organized Mama on Instagram
- The Organized Mama on Facebook
- The Organized Mama on Pinterest
- The Organized Mama on YouTube
- Jessica has so graciously provided her 2018 calendar! Sign up for that right here. It’s FREE!
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