How to Declutter your Home easily? Its not always easy to know where or how to start when it comes to decluttering your home it’s very common to feel overwhelmed and frustrated. However if you approach it in a methodical way, you will soon find you are decluttering without even realising, in just a few minutes a day!
It is also very important to know your ‘organisational style’ – some people like everything hidden out of sight, whilst visual types will completely forget there even is a stack of bills to pay if they can’t see them! You also need to consider your other family members and their organisational style too, as if you like every thing put out of sight, but they are visual, they are not going to be able to help you maintain the systems you put in place.
This is where a professional organiser comes in useful, as they can help you work out what style you have (which most people are completely unaware of) and not only help you make massive progress towards decluttering, but more importantly help you set up systems to keep it all tidy once it’s sorted! Now wouldn’t that be lovely! ;D
if you are overwhelmed by the sheer amount of clutter involved, I would definitely consider giving yourself the present of a ‘instant solution’ by hiring someone like me (like me? Hey –hire me!) to give yourself a quick ‘boost’ and make life a LOT easier for yourself!
If you just want to get started for now, I’d advise you play some rocking music, grab a rubbish bag, a laundry basket (for items that need to go in another room!) and set a timer for 5 minutes and just GO! Chuck out the obvious rubbish, dump relocate items in the laundry basket and tidy as you go! Make a charity like too if you need too, and at the end of the 5 minutes go again, until you’ve done say 20 minutes, then take ten minutes out for a tea break! Rinse and repeat!
Even if you can only stand 5 minutes a day to start with, at the end of the month that’s nearly 3 hours decluttering without noticing! :).
See eve how simple this can be? The trick is to enjoy the decluttering process, and not best yourself up about it!
Be be nice to you! 🙂