Category: Motherhood Simplified

Toy Story 4 says to declutter the toys!

Toy Story 4 says to declutter the toys!

Toy Story 4 has us all talking about toys and our kids’ toys and making us feel all kinds of things about them!! Because it’s Toy STORY and a good story does that. In this episode I share with you my biggest takeaways from the movie.

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How long it takes to declutter and why it feels like forever

How long it takes to declutter and why it feels like forever

  This episode is meant to prepare for how long it’s really going to take you to declutter your home. There is not a specific timeline BUT I help you realize why you have so much stuff, how much there really is so that you can understand WHY it is going to take you more than one weekend or purging ten bags of stuff. 

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THE secret to making mom friends

THE secret to making mom friends

  In today’s episode I share my history of making mom friends and how I went from team no friends, don’t need them, no time for them to having a strong support system of friends I love and cherish.

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Generational hoarding and how to break the cycle

Generational hoarding and how to break the cycle

  Today we talk about the REAL issue behind your parents, grandparents, friends and others pushing their clutter onto you!! Yes, it’s frustrating BUT it is not your responsibility to take on their clutter and all their complex emotional ties with their clutter.

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Creating a vision in YOUR motherhood

Creating a vision in YOUR motherhood

 This episode is for the mom who is feeling lost, confused and just unsure about who she is and what she wants. I share with you how I struggled with plastic bag syndrome – you know, just kinda drifting through my days and being jerked around like that Katy Perry song. 

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Routines and habits for moms

Routines and habits for moms

 In this episode I help you understand that difference between schedules, routines, and habits and why they haven’t worked for you in the past – and how without you even realizing it probably, how they have. 

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Just in case clutter and how to let it go

Just in case clutter and how to let it go

 In this episode we talk about the reality of just in case clutter and how to let it go. Just in case comes from the wildest parts of your imagination and keeps you staying stuck, overwhelmed and living from a place of fear and procrastination. 

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Decluttering Vs. Organizing

Decluttering Vs. Organizing

In this episode we talk about the pressure we put on ourselves as mom to “be organized”. We cover all the Pinterest boards, organizational bins, and idealistic organizational solutions that you TRY to implements into your every day life that just all comes undone in about half the time it took you to put together.

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How to stop buying clutter

When it comes to shopping we buy and buy, often without giving any intentional thought to what it is that we are buying and why we continue to buy things that we don’t need

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How to declutter the sentimental things

Save the sentimental decluttering for last so that you can clear out all the distractions around it FIRST and gain experience in making decisions about what is actually sentimental and what you are just used to having around or are clinging to for reasons disguised as sentimental. 

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Move past your excuses and give yourself permission to declutter

 In this episode I help you get honest with yourself about why you haven’t decluttered yet and what it comes down to is not giving yourself permission to declutter for so many reasons. These reasons are just fluffed up excuses that you are allowing to hold yourself back from taking action against your clutter and feeling the relief in your days and life that you deserve. 

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The problem with donating toys

 In this episode we talk about why we tell our kids we are going to donate their toys to kids who don’t have any, or who don’t have a lot and the twisted up message that unintentionally sends.

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