15 Decluttering Questions
clutter declutter decluttering Decluttering QuestionsRochelle Sudfelt
Here are 15 questions you can ask yourself when deciding to keep or let an item go. How does this (item) nourish me?Think mentally, emotionally, spiritually or physically. Does this item add value to my life or space? Do I have the time to invest into maintaining this? Do I have the space for this? Where does this belong? Where or how should I store it? Do I own something similar? Am I keeping it for 'one day'?If so define one day? When does one day begin and when does one day end? Does it Fit? Is it flattering? Does...
5 Ways Clutter may be affecting your life
clutter declutter decluttering organising time managementRochelle Sudfelt
Clutter can have a significant impact on our lives. Here are just five ways that clutter affects us: Clutter causes stress: When we have too many things around us, it can create a feeling of chaos and overwhelm. This can lead to stress and anxiety, making it difficult to relax and be productive. Clutter can impact our focus: When we have a lot of things competing for our attention, it can be hard to concentrate on the task at hand. This can lead to decreased productivity and a lack of motivation. Clutter can affect our physical health: Clutter can create...
Setting Systems in Your Home
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A system is only as good as the education beneath it. Let’s use a laundry basket as an example You put a laundry basket it the laundry and walk away with the expectation that it’s used for it’s correct function; however, the family still leave their clothes on the floor. That’s frustrating! Perhaps it’s doesn’t work. Or You explain to your family that you are going to put a laundry basket in the bathroom for them to put their dirty clothes in, and that it is going to help keep the space tidy and make doing laundry easier. Then you...
Tips for moving house with children
Two weeks ago, we moved house with three children. It was hectic, to say the least. We were moving mid week and during the first week back at school and kindy, after the long summer holidays. Yesterday, I received a message from a mother asking if I had any tips on moving house with kids - so I thought I would share some of the things that we did that helped our children adjust to the move. Take your child(ren) to the home viewings if possible. If this is not an option, show them photos of the house. Talk about...
Looking Past Joy