Clearing clutter can be a struggle for many of us. In this article we explore some of the particular challenges of decluttering with ADHD and offer some helpful tips on how to clear your clutter – ADHD style!
Studies have shown that too much clutter affects our stress levels. This collection of articles will help you declutter your home to remove the burden of stuff, make it easier to look after your home and give you more time, space and freedom for what matters to you.
These posts are full of practical decluttering tips and easy-to-follow advice on how to clear clutter from your home, life, schedule and mind.
You’ll find tips on starting to declutter, how to overcome decluttering problems, strategies for staying clutter-free and plenty of decluttering ideas, challenges and checklists so you can declutter your home with ease and confidence.
- How to declutter your home and life
- Why decluttering is hard (and how to make it easier)
- Decluttering habits to help you stay clutter-free
- Why a decluttered home has so many benefits
If you’re looking for some decluttering projects this Autumn, then check out this handy list of things to declutter in October. There are big and small daily projects to clear the clutter from your home, declutter your time, get organised and generally simplify your home and life.
Decluttering has many benefits but it’s especially helpful when we reach a busy season. In this article I share some great reasons why Autumn is a good time to declutter and how this can positively impact our homes, schedule, self and life in general.
Why declutter instead of organise? In this article we explore the difference between decluttering and organisation and, if you’re struggling with stuff, why you need to declutter first and only then organise what you’re keeping.
This guest article from Evelyn Long describes the impact that clutter has on our body and brain. We explore more about the psychology behind decluttering and why clearing clutter make us feel good!
Decluttering is about getting rid of stuff but it’s also about understanding the emotions behind why we hold onto that stuff in the first place. In this article I’m sharing some thoughts on the relationship between decluttering and self-acceptance.
Decluttering clothes is so much more than getting rid of a few shirts you don’t like. Here are some tips on how to be ruthless when decluttering clothes so you can create space, fun and flexibility with your wardrobe.
In this article I’m sharing some decluttering questions to ask yourself to help you decide whether or not to declutter an item. Practice decluttering and gain confidence to declutter more effectively.
Decluttering your home is not the only way to create a home that’s better for your physical and mental health and wellbeing. In this guest post from Mia Barnes of Body+Mind magazine, we explore 11 ways to detox your home.
Feeling overwhelmed by paper clutter and not sure how to deal with it? Here are some simple, helpful tips on how to declutter paperwork and keep those paper mountains away for good!