Keeping a clean and organized house has always been a problem for me. Yes, a huge part of it is that I am lazy and hate cleaning but it is more than likely because it is so difficult to clean my home. I have too much stuff. I know it. After living in the same [...]
Suzie and I love to watch the program “Hoarders” for two reasons, to make us feel good about the state of our own homes and to get our butts in gear. I completely missed spring cleaning this year so I am jumping into this fabulous list that Suzie has compiled to get my home de-cluttered and ready for the holidays. Enjoy!
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I’m a hoarder. It’s one of the first things I talked about when I started blogging all those years ago – I like to keep everything for so many reasons: future crafty projects like scrapbooks, saving memories and often as a ‘just in case.’ After moving house several times in the last four years, it became evident that I had amassed more than I ever wanted or needed, so I have embarked on a self-styled project in recent months to rid my house (and my life) of unnecessary items that took up much needed space.
Before I started, I gave myself a one year rule: anything that I hadn’t read, listen to, worn or looked at had to go. I then decided on three categories for the physical items: rubbish and recycling, charity and sale-worthy.
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What the heck do habits that organize your life have to do with achieving your goals and creating the life that you want? Absolutely everything. Having an organized life frees your mind to concentrate, decide what's important and creates the time needed to implement plans, and actually follow through and execute them. One of the [...]