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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.
If you’re listening to this podcast chances are you are a mom with kids still in the house and you WANT to declutter… but you have kids. And when you declutter or try to get ahead your kids go behind you and undo the rest of it and it feels like it’s just a giant waste of time.
In this episode we get honest about WHY you have to stop letting your kids be the excuse you don’t declutter, or the REASON that you are going to declutter! When it comes to successfully decluttering with kids you have to understand the difference between a goal list and a to do list-
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.
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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