Podcast episode 66
Decluttering for a peaceful home

Did you know that one of the side effects of a cluttered home for siblings is increased fighting? Biting, pushing, hitting, yelling all increase within the confines of a cluttered and chaotic environment. The opposite is also true in that you can find relief from these symptoms by decluttering and creating order, predictability and room to breathe within the home.

This is NOT a parenting episode teaching you how to change or manage behavior in your kids. It is just my personal experience through teaching in many classrooms all over the country and within my own home and the anecdotal evidence I have collected that proves our environments can literally make or break us. 

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Decluttering for a peaceful home

by Motherhood Simplified

https://anchor.fm/motherhoodsimplified/episodes/Decluttering-Simplified-e3vjgd

IN THIS EPISODE WE TALK ABOUT
…how impactful the environment really is on us, AND on your kids

…real life examples of dramatic changes in behavior I have seen in kids when we decluttered the classrooms

… how it gives you time, energy and space to see what’s really going on with your kids

… how your chaos becomes your kids’ chaos, and on the other end of it, your calm can become their calm

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES TO SUPPLEMENT THIS EPISODE

The Purgeathon – my free decluttering challenge designed to build massive momentum in decluttering your home
Seven Days To An Uncluttered Home my best mini course designed to specifically help you dramatically declutter the most commonly overwhelming areas of your home
This live video I recorded with our Facebook community “How unimportant your clutter really is”

This tiny but mighty mini course Seven Days To An Uncluttered Home is a step by step guide walking you through how to declutter the most commonly overwhelming areas for moms like you.

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