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9 Things To Ask When You’re Decluttering Your Home

Decluttering your home can be a mentally exhausting endeavor. But it’s also extremely rewarding! When I started this process a few years back, I had a hard time getting rid of many things. Sure some things are no-brainers and easy to toss, but other things can really hold me up and I would sit there

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Creating a Capsule Wardrobe

End of last summer I was just over my closet. I don’t have a huge closet (yay old houses!) so in the space, I had the number of things hanging was getting tight. I pulled it all out and only put back in what I was really wearing and I removed what was out of

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When What We Think Should Make Us Happy Does Not

With Marie Kondo’s rise to fame, it seems like many of us are looking at our belongings and thinking “does this spark joy?” I do love this question as part of the process of decluttering (though I think there’s more to it than just sparking joy), but today I also want to talk a bit

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4 Things to Declutter From Your Bathroom Today

There is lots of talk about decluttering kitchens, toy rooms, book shelves, and garages. But what about the bathroom? This is a space we use every morning to get ready. But if the cabinets, drawers, and linen closets are in chaos, you may be wasting time & energy trying to find your favorite lip gloss

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4 Things That Are Distracting You From Your Goals

I’ll admit that when I am overwhelmed in my mind that I am very easily distracted. It’s a frustrating fact that I’ve realized (which is probably half the battle), and that I’m working on improving so that I can not only be more productive but also stay on task to meet the goals I’ve set

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Eliminating “I don’t have time” From Your Wellness Vocabulary

When it comes to a lack of progress in our health & wellness, one of the biggest lies that we tell ourselves is that we don’t have enough time to __________ (fill in the blank: work out, eat healthier, meditate, declutter our home, etc.).

How we perceive our available time and the reality of the time we have is often quite different.

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