Have you ever looked around your home and wondered how you have so much stuff and where the heck it came from?
You're cleaning up all the time, but never catching up.
You know you need
More time for the people inside your home, but right now all of your extra minutes are consumed by the stuff inside it
More energy but you're already exhausted from the daily messes and decluttering is always put on the back-burner
Less stuff in your home, so that you have less work but you don't know how to start decluttering your home, or finish it
And you need to declutter now, because...
Your kids are getting older every day and you know you are missing so many moments with them because you are distracted by the messes.
Your home always has things coming into it and if you don't start clearing it now, it's just going to continue to pile up.
The chronic stress and burden your clutter causes you is not healthy and you can't continue to feel so overwhelmed and behind all the time
I hear you - this USED to be me👇
The day to day work of being a mom kept me so busy that decluttering felt like one more thing on my to do list I would never get to.
A lot of decluttering advice out there doesn't work for moms, and maybe you've been frustrated by hearing things like...
🙄Just keep what sparks joy well, okay that diaper pail isn't exactly joyful but it sure is useful #amiright 😅Pull it all out and only put back what you want to keep clearly this person has never seen what a kid (or multiple kids) can do with a pile of random things 😒Just set aside a weekend to go through your things then donate or sell them and clearly another great IDEA but something that doesn't work for moms. We can hardly get 5 minutes uninterrupted.
That's why Decluttering Simplified exists.
So moms can get decluttering support that understand them and their family.
Get ready to simplify the entire process of how you...
Make decisions on what to keep, and not keep
Choose what to donate, trash or sell
Sell items that are worth selling
Guide your family through the decision making process of decluttering their own things
Change your shopping and spending habits to save money and space in your home
Communicate with family and friends about boundaries in what they give you
Celebrate holidays and birthdays in a meaningful way to your family
Make your home fun and comfortable and still easy to clean up
Organize what's left in a simple, sustainable way without spending a ton of money
👆All of this is what happens inside ofDecluttering Simplified when you crack the code of decluttering yourhome as a mom.
Do you ever feel like...
You can't declutter because you have sentimental attachments
The messes in your home mean something about you - like you are "too messy, "too distracted" or just not good at being a mom
If you declutter, your life will be boring
You do things ALL day long, but at the end of the day can't remember what you did
Mom life just means you will be stuck doing pointless busy work
Decluttering is something "other" moms can do because they have more time, energy or support
People who declutter must have more money to replace things in case they need them
If you want to declutter you will have to force the other people in your home to get rid of things they want to keep
If you resonate with ANY of that👆👆
you're not the only one. All the moms inside Decluttering Simplified have felt some or all of this!
But not any more...
I want you to live in ahomewhere...
You declutter the stuff that overwhelms you AND keep the things that are fun, creative and bring you pleasure!
You break free from rigid rules, and restrictions AND have all the things that make your home feel comfortable, inviting and fun.
Your home shows signs of people living a beautiful lifeAND the messes don't make you feel ashamed, embarrassed or overwhelmed.
You have the things you need, when you need them AND you know that if there is ever a true need you are resourceful enough to figure it out!
You know with certainty your home is perfect as it is,even if you want to give it some upgrades or move to a new home one day.
Your workload decreases as you declutter AND you discover simple rhythms and routines to manage your home.
You're probably thinking, all of that sounds nice. But I still don't know how it's possible for me right now becausemy kids can sense when I want to declutter and have urgent needs in that exact moment.
👆And even with all of this complexityof decluttering as a mom... you still need to figure out how to find the balance of having enough stuff, without having so much it overwhelms you every single day.
Luckily for you, that's exactly what Decluttering Simplified does! It's a step by step process to declutter your entire home start to finish, in bite-sized projects you can actually do as a mom.
"I decluttered our living room, and now my one year old is just walking around and playing, and I don't even have to worry about him getting into anything."
- Jodi, mom of 4
"All the donations are in the back of my car, ready to go tomorrow 🎉"
- Kayla, mom of 2
"I just saved us $300 by decluttering. I realized I don't actually need another toy shelf like I thought🤯"
- Ashley, mom of 4
"Thank you so much for this jump start! There are so many items leaving our house that we don't need!"
- Amy, mom of 3
"In the past I would have just run down the list of everything on sale and stocked up 'just in case' and not even really known what we needed. Not this time. I added the 4 things, checked out. It was so simple. I'm looking forward to more decluttering benefits like this!"
- Morgan, mom of 4
So, how does Decluttering Simplified work? I'm so glad you asked!
Bite sized projects that you can do as a mom
A simple to follow decluttering path with all the little projects in a row that you can check off one by one. The best part of having them go in order? You can pick up where you left off when the kids interrupt you 😉 No more running around doing random things here and there. You'll get through your house start to finish!
Solutions for all the things that come up while decluttering as a mom you get equipped with tips and tricks for ...decluttering with kids ...helping resistant family members (or your resistant self) let go of clutter ...strategies for what to donate, trash or sell ...handling emotions that come up (guilt, worry over waste and needing things in the future) and more.
"I bought it over the weekend... it's crazy how much progress I am making in just a few days"
- Morgan, mom of 7
Here's howDecluttering Simplified works.
We can't wait to see how many bags of clutter you get out of your home for good!
Prepare to declutter
Set your decluttering goalsto makes sure you won't be decluttering forever.
Create the vision and purpose of your hometo get your family on board with you.
Schedule in time for decluttering in bite-sized projects with our time management methods for moms.
Choose when you will declutter and where you will take it so it doesn't sit in piles around your home forever.
Document your progress
Document and measure your decluttering progress so you can get excited and motivated by how far you've come, including your before and after photos (these are just for you!).
Choose your decluttering plan formatthis is simple, do you like digital or print checklists!
A 4 phase decluttering plan each phase moves you through decluttering each space of your home.
Set your timeline, and measurable milestones to keep you consistently decluttering over time.
Decluttering methods and when to use them There are certain tips and tricks to make decluttering easier for you, and each phase shows you exactly which decluttering strategy to use.
Decision support All the questions that come up for you while decluttering are answered. Including but not limited to things like "what if I need it" and "what if my kids/spouse won't get rid of anything"
Short and long term decluttering solutions
Clear your clutter fast andget rid of the things that get in your way on a daily basis
Slow the incoming flow of future clutter prevent RE-cluttering
Create new boundaries with family and friends if they are overly-generous
Have a plan for holidays and birthdays you will feel so empowered to celebrate exactly how you want
Find a decluttering buddy The Decluttering Simplified community is full of moms like you following the same plan. Moms buddy up together to hold each other accountable
Community co-decluttering calendar Schedule virtual decluttering sessions with other moms (we show you how to do this when you join Decluttering Simplified!
Mobile & Mom friendly
Easy to use and accommodates audio, visual or written learners.
Use the content on the go via mobile device, at your desktop or print off the course outline and checklists.
Course content upgrades I regularly seek feedback from Decluttering Simplified alumni for what would help improve the user experience and success. I take that feedback and regularly make improvements to help ensure your short and long term decluttering support is the best!
Still not sureDecluttering Simplified is right for you?
Maybe you are thinking...
I'm not sure I want to pay for a course to teach me how to declutter, or pay this much for a course teaching me how to declutter.
Another totally valid concern. And I want to let you know, I would never want someone to purchase a course from me that would cause their family a true financial hardship.
But if it's because you aren't sure of the value, I want to ask you what would a clutter free home be worth to you? Is there a price you can put on that?
I like to ask that question because it gets us to think about how much we really do value a home that is easy to be in for our families.
We can always make more money, we cannot make more time with our families.
I know that as moms purchasing things is not something we take lightly, especially if its a price that stretches the budget in the moment.
And I also know that mothers and women spend their money on things that support their families, society and other families. You can be trusted to make wise purchases is what I am saying :)
Clutter costs you more than money. It is costing you time with your kids, and once they are grown they are grown. You can always get more money, you can't get their childhood back.
The great thing about spending money on a decluttering course is that you can sell some of your clutter and still come out ahead financially in the short run, and in the long run because you are in control of your consumption habits.
I'm not sure I will have time or energy to do this.
I hear you. You have a lot on your plate already... and probably a lot of extra plates to wash 😜 too soon?
I want to ask you this though, how much time have you spent already trying to declutter, only to be left burnt out, frustrated and feeling like it will never happen for you?
How much time have you spent starting, and not finishing. Or spent decluttering only to have it RE-cluttered just as fast?
I get it, decluttering is hard, confusing and just another emotional drain. And the truth is, you won't just wake up one day and stop feeling that way.
What if you could get this course, and it helped your decluttering process go just a little bit (or even a lot) faster so that you could finally spend your time how you want.
Especially your time as a mother, which as much as we wish we could, we won't get a do over on.
That's exactly why all of my courses are lifetime access. I know your time and energy levels will vary, and some days or seasons will be slower than others so you need to be able to complete this on your own timeline.
The way this course is structured you will be able to make progress that builds on itself no matter how fast or slow you declutter.
There are moms who purchase this course and continue to use it for years to come because as their season of motherhood changes, so does the stuff in their homes. This is a forever decluttering resource for you to use.
I have tried to declutter using other courses or checklists before and they haven't worked for me.
There are so many great creators and programs out there. All the decluttering you have done so far, and all that you have learned about decluttering so far is valuable and necessary, and...
What you will continue to learn about decluttering as a mom inside Decluttering Simplified might just be the missing piece for you.
I don't want to follow a bunch of rules on what I can or can't keep.
Great! Because I don't teach that :). What I teach is so much better, how to keep what your family needs and wants without it being too much for you all to manage.
There are no rules or restrictions on what you can or can't keep, it's all about you and your family!
My spouse is not on board with decluttering.
This is pretty common that one spouse is on board, and the other is not (maybe you are the reluctant one!)
Your home is full of your own stuff that you can declutter first and lead by example. As you do that Decluttering Simplified gives guidance on how to create healthy boundaries with stuff in your home and reluctant to decluttering family members.