Clutter-Free Moms: Progress

How nice would it be to have a table with nothing on it but your cup of tea to enjoy? 

Instead there may be papers reminding you of all you should be doing while you’re drinking your tea. Or maybe there’s honey or jelly stuck to the table that you should have wiped off earlier. If only there weren’t so many dishes and boxes of snacks piled up, then it would be easier to wipe the table.

The clutter won’t magically disappear, but over these 100 days it’ll slowly begin to shrink if you put in the work. And it’ll be so worth it!

Simplicity Clutter-Free by Thanksgiving

Tip of the Week: Make a simple chart to record your 100 days. You could put a small box to check off your calendar each day, write the numbers 1 through 100 on a dry erase board and circle each one you complete, or put a post it on your mirror that you can add a tally mark to every day that you do a little decluttering.

Most importantly, find something to get rid of today (not your kids) and mark off day one!

 

It’s not too late to help a friend get in on the challenge so they can declutter their lives as well.

Next time we’ll talk a little bit about how to go about this process of decluttering without feeling overwhelmed.

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