Decluttering is a hot topic these days. For some, the logical outcome of decluttering is minimalism. But who we are matters more than what (or how much) we own. Finding a balance between clutter and convenience can contribute to a productive life.
Most of us save certain items with sentimental value, things that trigger special memories for us. For some of us (not naming names), everything has sentimental value, and the mementos can turn to clutter. What if we need to downsize the number of mementos we’ve saved? How can we better manage our mementos?
Clutter, it seems, is a universal problem in 21st-century society. How can decluttering create space in our lives and minds for better things? Join me for a conversation with Julie Sheranosher of Israel and Priscille Livenais of France about decluttering. Also–a free printable to guide you through your own decluttering process!
We’ve talked about the reasons and process for decluttering in previous episodes, but if clutter’s getting out of control and you don’t have time for an big clean-up project, maybe just a few quick and dirty tips will help.
In episode 14 we started a conversation about decluttering. This week we look at it again, talking about a step-by-step process for decluttering and organizing our homes (or workspace) one room at a time.
How do you feel about the stuff you own? Is every possession in your life something meaningful to you, or is your space overwhelmed with too much stuff? If you’re like most people, it’s likely the latter. In this episode we begin looking at the clutter of possessions in our lives, what it does to…