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Free Decluttering Programs and Ideas
Clean up the mess in your home with these free decluttering programs and ideas that will help you live a more minimalist lifestyle.
Hey y’all, Tiffany here.
We’ve always planned on having a big family, but several miscarriages has led to our children being a bit spaced out in age. We also decided to foster before finding out we were pregnant with baby #3. We found out the week we got our foster license!
I’ve tended to keep all of the baby clothes and toys and other clothes as the kids have gotten older for future use. When we found out I was pregnant with #3, I decided to pull out all of the clothes from the closets.
Y’all, I’m not even kidding when I say that I found two – not one, but two – large storage tubs for 6-9 month old clothes. Just for girls.
At the time of this decluttering of the closets (which I did without any free decluttering programs), my kids were 6 and 3. I had over 20 very, very large bins full of clothes they had outgrown. No wonder their closets looked like they were about to explode!
Deciding what clothes and baby items and toys to get rid of was difficult. But in the end, I had an amazingly garage sale. And the kids could put stuff in their closets!
After this big purge, I began to notice how many other things I’ve collected. I tend to have a mindsent of “but I may need this someday.”
So to help myself out, I decided to look for some free decluttering programs. Here are my favorites. Hopefully these free decluttering ideas will be as helpful for you as they were for me! (And to stay clutter free, try doing these 10 things every night!)
Don’t you just love waking up in the morning and going to bed at night with the feeling of cleanliness and satisfaction? Organizing and keeping your home organized shouldn’t be hard or a nightmare. It’s all about discipline and routines. Simple tasks each day that’s all it takes to keep your cozy, enjoyable home tidied and organized. This Workbook will show you how to create intentional habits and simple routines to Keep Your Home Organized (it's FREE) and start creating more time, space and freedom for the things you LOVE to do, and not just the things you HAVE to do.
This 30 Day Decluttering Challenge breaks down the monumental task of decluttering your whole home into smaller decluttering jobs, so you won't get overwhelmed. Grab the free printable decluttering calendar now!
Our summer project at the Homestead seemed simple enough, but it became a lesson in how to purge like a reformed hoarder. Not only did I use my project management skills to conquer a messy situation; I also had a chance to meet Matt Paxton himself (from the TV show Hoarders) and gain some brilliant insights into the minds of real-life hoarders. Here’s how you can too!
If you are really looking to get your house or a space really cleaned up, you should be following the Declutter, Deep Clean, Organize Method.
More than just tidying up your space, or running a vacuum through your house, this method will ensure that you have your home looking great. On top of that, you’ll feel great. There is nothing better than the feeling of having a truly cleaned and organized space.
If you are looking to do some spring cleaning, or perhaps you are nesting and looking to prepare your home for a new baby, follow the Declutter, Deep Clean, Organize Method to get the job done.
An organizing and decluttering project might be overwhelming.
You don’t know where to start. There are thousands of different tips and ways to declutter and organize, and too many choices paralyze us to do nothing or mindlessly trying a tip here and a method there.
Instead of just immediately diving into decluttering 100 things from all around your home or blindly choosing an area to start with, take these 6 steps before you start your organizing / decluttering project.
To help you start the new year off right, I’m starting a 31-day organizing challenge. I know that you’re just as busy as I am, so each day will feature one decluttering task that will only require 10 minutes of your time.
Yes, you can clear clutter in just 10 minutes a day. Let me tell you how you can get started and be ready for the first task next week in the 31 Days of 10-minute Purging Tips.
Check out this great free resource that can be delivered directly to your inbox. This series will help you declutter your home in just 31 days. Get daily prompts that will lead you through your home and your clutter.