Do you ever feel paralyzed by the amount of clutter in your life?
It can be physical stuff, digital clutter, paperwork, memorabilia, time commitments, people to manage – it all adds up.
I, too, have felt that way – and it's not fun.
Having spent over 20 years in one house – we have accumulated a lot of stuff.
A few years ago, we had the opportunity to move to our dream house – but I couldn't do it.
The idea of moving everything in our home to a new location was overwhelming.
On the outside, I looked like I had it all together – but if you took a closer look you would have seen the disorganization.
There were piles of paper filed away in a meaningless jumble.
20 plus years of memories were tossed into boxes haphazardly.
Clothing I hadn't worn for years was still in my closet.
And a graveyard of old technology still held files that I needed to preserve.
All my clutter kept me from seizing the opportunity of having the house I always wanted.
It was then that I decided I had to create order out of my chaos.
And, more importantly, organize it once – one time only.
Because, doing it halfway or saving parts for later is a waste of time.
Did I want to spend all my time digging out or did I want to get on with living my life?
Do You Struggle with Disorganization?
If your story is similar to mine – if disorganization has held you back from achieving your goals, then I feel your pain.
I created this site to offer up practical ideas for decluttering your space and making room in your mind to focus on the more important things in life.
We should not struggle under the weight of our possessions but rather be uplifted by the sense of order that we create around us.
Through this blog, I offer the things that I learned over the years as well as new resources, strategies, reviews and life hacks that have worked for me.
Each of us has different organizational challenges and a different set of priorities. So there is no ONE single right way to go about decluttering.
My hope is that the information that I offer on this site will help you to craft strategies for dealing with your own organizational challenges.
Organization is not a destination – it is always a work in progress.
I hope you will join me on this journey.
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