It’s been one year to the day that I started on Project Declutter 2015 and, without exaggeration, I can tell you that doing Clutter Free in 2015 has been one of the most life-changing experiences I have ever had. Now I’d love for you to
save on kickstart to clutter free.
If you’re ready to dive in, use the link below and code INSIDER to receive $3 off. Then it’s just $5.99. The price goes up on January 1st so, as they say, ACT NOW.
If you’re wondering if it’s right for you, read on.
Right after Christmas last year, I posted about my mission to declutter and get organized.
Here are some photos from my first room: MY HOME OFFICE.
If you can’t tell, the “befores” are on top.
I continued room by room and project by project for an entire 11 months and by the week of Thanksgiving, we were able to park a car in the garage again.
The prep was so much easier than years past and I even had time to clean out the fridge and pantry. Plus, when we hosted company that week, NO area in our home was off limits. It felt amazing to allow my brothers-in-law to play video games in our bedroom and to say our nephew could nap in any room he wanted to!
And I wasn’t embarrassed when my mother-in-law asked to do a load of laundry (and she didn’t hurt herself in what use to be a very overcrowded and disorganized space).
Before becoming Clutter Free, cleaning up meant loading miscellaneous items into laundry baskets to “deal with later.” All the “later” stuff would eventually get stashed, or distributed throughout the house again. It was a never-ending cycle until I started getting rid of stuff.
Using Kathi’s system makes it simple and easy and it’s a process I can use any time I notice the clutter start to pile up again.
Getting rid of stuff was the biggest challenge–and victory–for me. In fact, my mantra for 2015 was “stop organizing clutter.”
Purging unused and unwanted items to make room for what truly matter was life-changing. I had to get honest about who I am and what I’m capable of. I knew I wasn’t ever going to be an avid crafter again, so I got rid of 80% of my crafting supplies. That still makes me cringe a little.
I knew I didn’t want to keep changing my home decor so I got rid of 50% of that, too, even some of my favorite items. I was thrilled to donate them to a local charity that held a garage sale fundraiser.
I also took at least ten literal carloads to Goodwill and threw away at least 100 bags of trash.
Every time a load left our house, it felt like another weight had been lifted.
It has been incredibly liberating and cathartic.
The best part of this kickstart is that it’s 14 days, 500 things and no mercy.
500 things out of your life will make you feel like a new person. Plus it’s just 14 days!
I’d love to see you dive in and I’d love to support you within my Take One Step Facebook group where you can ask questions and I can encourage you and share my own insights and tips. We’re in this together!
Again, here’s the link. Use code INSIDER for $3 off.
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