Why is Decluttering So Hard?

Why is Decluttering So Hard?

Why does decluttering and organizing take so long and why is it so hard?

BOOM. I just spent my morning planning out a year's worth of content for my blog.  I did it using the " batching " concept: doing a singular task that requires that you only use one skill set so you instead of switching mental gears over and over you just stick with one.

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Declutter & Make Your Relationship Work Better

Declutter & Make Your Relationship Work Better

Guest post by Dr. Jenev Caddell

Today I want to share what love is all about and how you can declutter your negative patterns in love so that you can feel freed up to be happier and stronger as a couple.

The negative patterns that so many couples fall basically come down to a form of…you guessed it: Baggage.

We’ve all got it.

Problem is, we don’t always realize it.

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Decluttering Your Energy Field

Decluttering Your Energy Field

Guest post by Iris Arjeta

A clear, calm space has great energy. You feel expansive and free in a well-organized space. You can breathe easier, rest more deeply, and clearly know what you want and need in your life when your senses aren't overwhelmed by clutter.

You know you love this feeling, yet it's still a struggle to organize and de-clutter your home. Maybe it's because your energy could use a bit of spring cleaning.

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Declutter Your 'Busy' and Make Some Room For Your Soul

Declutter Your 'Busy' and Make Some Room For Your Soul

Guest post by Shari D Teigman

Play.

Freedom.

Creativity.

When was the last time you even considered those big three?

No, I don’t mean in terms of picking summer programs for your kids or scanning the books in a bookstore window as you speed on by, off to your next appointment.

I. Mean. For. YOU.

Hold up- before those pretty eyes start rolling and scrolling past yet another self love blah blah rant that just makes you jaw clench…..lemme explain.

I get it. I was you. Still am, lots of days. But I reached a point in my ‘BUSY’ life where I looked around and realized that the inside did not match the outside.

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