The ever flowing toy clutter – Listener question!

Thank you so much for being a part of Motherhood Simplified! Courtney, a mom of 2 with ADHD asks how she can declutter and organize the ever-flowing toy clutter. And stop or reduce the amount from family who give too much during birthdays and holidays.

Ever felt like the toys and clutter in your home multiply overnight, especially with energetic kids in the mix? Join us as we navigate the turbulent waters of decluttering with precision and a touch of humor. Witness firsthand as Courtney combats the chaos of ADHD and toy sprawl with weekly donations, and listen as I weigh in with strategies culled from personal trials and the wisdom of the Motherhood Simplified hive mind

Gifts: they're a sign of love, yet for the minimalist parent, they can be a double-edged sword.

In this episode, we unravel the complexities of managing incoming presents without turning our homes into storage units. Hear from Allison, who's crafted a clever method for dealing with the gift influx, and gain sage advice from Makita Newton on steering clear of clutter. I'll also share my family's approach to establishing boundaries and creating organized systems that keep our lively household from descending into mayhem. If you're tiptoeing the line between appreciating generosity and craving simplicity, let this discussion be your guidepost.

As a special twist, I confront my husband's heartfelt plea for clarity amidst our own family's delightful disarray.

Offering a sneak peek at my response to his concerns, we set the stage for an upcoming episode that promises to delve deeper into decluttering dynamics. Your curiosity will be piqued, and your appetite for clutter-busting know-how will be whetted, so make sure to tune in and join the conversation. We're not just tidying up; we're redefining the relationship we have with our possessions and the space we call home.

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