Your Clutter is Keeping You From a Life You Love

Your Clutter is Keeping You From a Life You Love

Many of us have so much stuff  that we don't enjoy our homes. There is stuff everywhere. We haven't seen our table tops in ages, it's hard to navigate some rooms without tripping over something or bruising our hip squeezing past furniture. There might be whole sections of our homes that we avoid at all costs. One of my favorite clients has a room that we lovingly refer to as "The Mystery Room" because what's in it is, well, a mystery.

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Declutter Your Home Declutter Your Mind

Declutter Your Home Declutter Your Mind

Have you ever felt really pissy when you were cleaning up a room and you couldn't figure out why? Or maybe you were decluttering the back of your closet and found yourself on the floor crying your eyes out. If you have experienced this,  you know that you can jump from "Why do I have this shirt?" to "I really hate my blanking job" or "I wish I never moved here" or "My kids are growing up way too fast" in a nano second.

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The Clutter You Can't See

The Clutter You Can't See

Guest post by Lamisha Serf-Walls

At some point you forget it’s there. You turn a blind eye to all the stuff, as it becomes part of your normal life. You intuitively step over the piles, shimmy through the spaces, and strategically stack your papers with a steady hand to avoid the avalanche of stuff that could topple at any given moment.

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A Little Reminder

A Little Reminder

When we get the itch to clear out our clutter and spruce up our space it's important to not overwhelm ourselves. Before we go all out and start dumping out drawers and emptying closets onto the floor, remember this little sign: 

Because as the Flylady says, "You can't organize clutter!

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Travel Tips 101: How to Make Yourself Comfortable Wherever You Go

Travel Tips 101: How to Make Yourself Comfortable Wherever You Go

We've been lucky over the last few months and have had the opportunity to travel to both Vancouver, British Columbia and to the Florida Panhandle. Although the types of travel we've done are different (business vs. pleasure), we've followed the same strategy to settle in and make ourselves comfortable. Here are my best tips for spending less time finding your stuff and more time enjoying yourself. 

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