Category Archives: Decluttering
Can changing one word make a difference in how motivated we are to take action? In the field of organizing and decluttering we read different words to describe what we need to do to make our lives better. Although all … Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago a house in my neighborhood went up for sale. It had an open house that day so I checked it out. There are some lessons we can learn from going through an open house. Since … Continue reading
October is already here. That means Halloween isn’t far off. Are you ready for it?
What kind of value do you put on the things you own? Is it sentimental value or maybe emotional value? Could it be practical or useful value? Or maybe it’s monetary value. If you don’t know what kind of value … Continue reading
It’s hard to let go of things. If it was easy we wouldn’t have a clutter problem. So what makes it so hard? One thing – Emotions! We let our emotions do our thinking for us. And as most of … Continue reading
It’s looks and feels like Spring (at least in most places). It’s the month of April. That means Earth Day is near. And Earth Day means it’s time to recycle. Today there are many places where you can recycle … Continue reading
In Part 1 of this blog series I talked about those small but annoying disruptions to our daily routines. If you missed it you can read it here. Now I’m going to talk about those medium disruptions that have a … Continue reading
Do you feel like you can never finish your routines because of constant disruptions? Does it feel like you’ll never can catch up much less get ahead? We all have disruptions in our lives. Some are daily, some … Continue reading
New Year’s Day has come and gone. Did you make resolutions for the new year? If so are they the same ones you made last year?