These are scary times! And even worse when you suffer from mental health issues. Now it’s more important than ever to take care of yourself mentally and physically.
Getting sick is bad enough, but when it spreads through your entire house hold, it makes everyone miserable.
This is a story about how I realized that it’s way more important to actually do instead of never ending planning. We tend to get sucked into a planning process – when and how we will make things happen. We like waiting for the perfect moment and being ready. So this is a simple reminder
Want to live an organized and comfortable home? But your tpp over whelmed by clutter to get started? Here are 3 steps you can take today to control your clutter and start making progress toward a clutter free home.
I know it’s tempting to go buy pretty containers at the container store than it is to sort through the clutter that may cause you to deal with thoughts or feelings you may rather not address.
I don’t even want to talk about how gross my house gets when I’m depressed, its a whole other level of disgusting.
How do you know your a hoarder? Maybe your just naturally messy, disorganized person who functions better when everything is out in the open. How can you tell when your clutter becomes a hoard? For the longest time, I was worried I had hoarding tendencies. I would spend hours watching shows like Hoarders and Hoarding,
I’ve always admired families who stay close after their children are grown. A boy who wants to bring his girlfriend home, girls who want to go shopping with their mom even after moms style is mom-ish. Happy camaraderie and freedom to be unique while coming back to the fold to be loved unconditionally are metaphoric
It’s time to talk daily habits. I know, you may be purposely reading blog post about decluttering because you don’t want to think about daily habits.
Ok, lets be real, before this week I didn’t really have a system for filing… But, now that I do, I’m loving it.