How To Stay Motivated And Finally Conquer Your Clutter

Finally, learn how to stay motivated to conquer your clutter. Join the FREE 7-day decluttering challenge with hundreds of other busy moms!

How can you stay motivated and finally conquer your clutter?  That really is the million-dollar question, isn't it?  There are tons of books out there that are selling you the dream of finally living in a Pinterest perfect type of home.  

Here's something that you might not know about me, I'm a realist.  I know that I don't have hours and hour to spend on decluttering my home.  

Busy moms never have a ton of time to spend decluttering their homes, that is just a fact.  We have diapers to change, toilets to scrub, a job to go to, and a home to run.  

When we get home from a long day at work or chasing kids around, the last thing we want to do is declutter our home for an hour or three.  So how the heck are we supposed to do this with everything else that we have on our plate?

Simply put, don't commit to hours and hours at a time to your decluttering project.   It's guaranteed to burn you out and leave you with a bigger mess than you started with.  I know what you're thinking, and yes, it is easier said than done.  

Well until now!

Did you know that the organizing industry is an $8.8 billion industry?  That doesn't count those coaches you hire to help you get through your clutter.  This just counts items and books you purchase to organize your home.

So obviously we have a problem when it comes to clutter in this day in age.  We have learned that we can just replace whatever we need whenever we want.  Which leads to the problem at hand.  We are buried in clutter.

How do we move forward then?

Like I said before, I'm a realist.  I know that we don't have weekends, evenings, or whole weeks to devote to the decluttering projects on our lists.  However, we do have 20 minutes each day to spend.

By spending 20 minutes, you're not psyching yourself out before you even start.  Once the 20 minutes are up, they're up and you are done for the day.  Then it's time to pour a glass of wine, put your feet up, and celebrate the win!

Okay so maybe that's what the commercials want you to think, that you actually have the time to put your feet up and enjoy a glass of wine while celebrating.  Hopefully, you understand what I mean.

The only problem is that it is hard for us to form a new habit.  Sure we might start off strong declutter for a few days and then life gets in the way and then excuses are made and then your 20-minute decluttering session turns into, intention instead of action.

If you'd like to learn more about the 20-minute decluttering session, you can click the link to learn more.

Related: How to Cut Out The Clutter That Will Save You Time

Now, how the heck do you stay motivated?  I'd like to share my 4 tips with you so you can stay motivated to finally conquer your clutter.

1- Add a recurring appointment on your phone

By adding a recurring appointment on your phone, you are doing a few things for yourself.  You are holding yourself accountable and you are committing to a time of the day to commit to decluttering.

All you need to do is think about the time of the day that you have 20 minutes to organized a small area of the house.  Once you have a time of day in mind, go into your calendar and block out 20 minutes.  Call it "A date with my clutter".  

Sure you might roll your eyes by the sight of that, but won't it feel so good to delete that appointment when you're done.  It's like breaking up with a bad boyfriend or a bad friend that bring zero value to your life.

Make sure you add a reminder ding on your phone so it will remind you.  There's nothing worse than forgetting to do that and then never get to something you intended to do.

Get your family involved

There's nothing worse than being alone in something like this.  That's why I think it is so important to get the family involved.  They may not help go through the sections but just having a support group is all you need to keep the motivation going.

Just let them know that you're going to be going through some of the clutter in the house slowly, each day.  Ask them to support you by allowing you 20 minutes each day.  Discuss whatever you need from your family in order for this process to be as painless for you.  You'd be surprised how helpful your family will be!

Produce photo evidence

This is probably one of the easiest things you can do.  Take a before and after photo of the section that you go through.  When you are feeling like you're not getting anywhere or that it's just taking forever, take a look at the pictures.  

You're going to see how far you've actually come.

We tend to forget how bad things are as time goes on.  By producing photo evidence, you never have to forget how far you've come.

Join a challenge

This is the most effective way to stay motivated.  If you join a well-organized challenge then you'll always have people in your court cheering you on.

You'll learn from others, become inspired, and stay motivated.

If you want a well organized decluttering challenge, I run a free 7-day decluttering challenge.  During the challenge you'll learn my Declutter in 20 system.  You'll have access to my Busy Mom Community Facebook group where you can see where other busy moms are at in the decluttering process.

I also hop in and do weekly Facebook live broadcasts where I answer questions and add some tips to make the decluttering process easier.

Each day for 7 days you'll receive an email from me giving you assignments to complete making the decluttering process simple and motivating so you can successfully declutter your home.

If this is something that you'd like to be a part of, all you need to do is click the button below to join the 7-day challenge!

I really look forward to seeing you in the group to see how far you've come in the decluttering process!


The 7 Simple Steps That Will Finally Declutter Your Home

Simply declutter your home by following these 7 simple steps.  The declutter in 20 cheat sheet is included. Live in a beautifully organized home, finally.

How often have you tried and failed to declutter your home?  Today I want to share the 7 simple step that will finally declutter your home.

So often we find decluttering something that needs to be done but you may find yourself not knowing where to start or just completely overwhelmed with the job in front of you.

Today I want to remove that overwhelmed feeling that you carry with you.  I also want to remove that- "I don't know where to start" feeling too.  

Wouldn't it be amazing if you could just know exactly how to start without feeling overwhelmed?  

Wouldn't it be amazing if you could finally live in that beautifully organized home that you've always wanted to live in?

Today is your day to learn how to simply organize and declutter your home so you can live in the space you've always wanted to.

Make small sections

If you want to be successful, then this is probably the most important step.  What you need to do is rethink small sections.  Instead of decluttering the closet or a cupboard, you'll want to declutter a drawer, basket, or shelf.  

Think of an area that you can tackle in 20 minutes or less.

How often do you find yourself trying to talk yourself into decluttering an area like your closet or your bathroom?  You get stuck on the idea that it's going to take the entire day to get through.

By doing this, you're going to accomplish more without feeling overwhelmed and unmotivated. And, best of all, it's only going to take you 20 minutes to get through!  

Sort your section into 4 sections

Now that you have your section picked out, it's time to declutter it.  But how the heck are you going to do that?

I'm glad you asked!

You're going to sort this pile into 4 piles:

  • Recycle
  • Garbage
  • Keep
  • Donate

So, you'll sit down and quickly sort out everything.  Simple as that!

The reason for the 4 sections is, we often find that extra stuff gets thrown where it doesn't belong.  How often have you quickly cleaned up because you were short on time?  

You know what I'm talking about, the surprise company, or the mad rush before a party.  There's always those "extra" items laying around that you just don't know what to do with.  When you don't know what to do with them, you stash them in a cupboard, drawer, or basket.  Out of sight, out of mind.

Until it turns into a mess.

Create a room plan

Creating a plan will set you up for the most success.  If you find yourself easily overwhelmed or easily distracted, listen up.  This section is for you!

People in general need boundaries.  Some people have a hard time with self-discipline.  Since you don't have someone guiding you to do the next thing, you need to do this for yourself.

Going around the room and numbering your sections will have a huge impact on your success.  By giving yourself a plan you can move around the room without that 'I don't know what to do next' feeling.

One room at a time!

If you are someone that has that shiny object syndrome then this section is for you!  If you want to complete the decluttering process you really need to commit to one room at a time.  

Sure, you could do one drawer in one room.  And one basket in a different room.  The problem that you're going to find is you're not going to see results.  If you don't see results, you're going to give up.

Would you stay on a diet that you didn't see results on?  Probably not.  We need to see good things happen in order for ourselves to continue on, right.

So please, commit to one room at a time.  There's time, you can move to the next room later. 

20 minutes max

Since the decluttering process is such a monotonous job, you need to think of it as being a marathon, not a sprint.

You cannot sprint for an entire marathon.  

Everyone can find 20 minutes in their day.  20 minutes is easier to find than finding a weekend, week, or month.  

Once your 20 minutes are done, walk away, and enjoy the rest of your day.  You've completed your decluttering session for the day!

Complete your section

This is so imporant for success.  Have you found yourself, in the past, starting the decluttering process and then giving up part way through?  You end up leaving a bigger or, more visible mess than you started with.

By setting up the decluttering process this way, you can commit to completing your section because you're going through a small area, only spending 20 minutes on it, and you're separating your piles into 4 specific parts.

You' can quickly take care of those 4 piles without feeling so overwhelmed, or feeling like you have another chore to do on top of sorting.

By completing your section, you'll have a beautifully organized shelf, cupboard, drawer, or basket.

Make it a daily thing

Do it!  Yes, every single day.  Just think of it this way.  By the end of the week, you'll have completed 7 sections.  At the end of the month, you will have completed 30 sections.  That's a ton of garbage, recycle, and donation bags out of your home.

A simple way to commit to decluttering your home daily for 20 minutes a day is to add a recurring appointment on your calendar.  Once it pops up to remind you, stop what you're doing and sit down for the next 20 minutes and start decluttering.

Before too long, you won't even need that appointment on your calendar because you'll remember OR you'll have a beautifully organized home.

So, I encourage you to follow these 7 steps so you can easily declutter your home without feeling like you're burning yourself out, or that you're just completely overwhelmed.

If you need a little nudge or you need a guide, then you're in luck because I've created the Declutter in 20 Cheat Sheet that you can download and have with you when you're declutterin your home.  All you need to do is click the button below to download your cheat sheet now!

Have you had troubles in the past with delcuttering?  Will you try these steps?  Are there steps that you ahve used in the past to be successful in the decluttering process?  Continue the discussion inside the Busy Moms Community Facebook group!  Click the button below to join!

The 4 Reasons Why Clutter is Robbing You Of Your Time & Happiness

Learn what your clutter is doing to your time and happiness, and what you can do to stop this. Free declutter cheat sheet included!

It is time to get real.  It is time to talk about your clutter and how it is robbing you of your time and happiness.  Today, I'm going to share 4 simple reasons why it is time to break up with your clutter so you can free up that much needed time and happiness.

Until you realize how much that clutter is affecting your life, you're not going to make removing the clutter a top priority.

That's exactly what this post is going to do, it's going to show you the 4 reasons why your clutter is robbing you of your time and happiness.  By the end of this post, my hope for you is to become inspired to start the 20 minute decluttering process.

If you're unaware of the 20 minute decluttering process, you can click here and here to read more about it.  I've also put together a decluttering cheat sheet for you so you can make this a reality.  You can click the button below and I'll email that cheat sheet to you!

Alright my friend, it is time to get real.  It's time to get real about your clutter and what effects it is having on you.  Typically I'm not here to talk about the doom and gloom of life.

I'm more of a person that likes to look at the world with the glass half full.

It's about looking at the positive side of things.  That's why I'm going to share the 4 reasons and then I'm going to share what you can do to eliminate these things from your life.

Let's make your days filled with extra time and lots of happiness, shall we!

So, let's get started!

Feel guilty

I know this sounds like a weird thing to feel but it's true. 

Tell me if this happens to you:

You sit down to rest after a long day.  You turn on the TV just to rest for a minute.  You notice the pile next to you and start thinking, oh man I should start going through that.  So, you're sitting and relaxing time turns into a everything I need to accomplish time.

Instead of relaxing, you are starting to feel guilty that you are sitting down to take a break.

You've been robbed!

You can find things

You cannot argue with this one because it happens all of the time.  I'm sure that, if you're reading this, this has happened to you today.

Do you have a habit of writing things down on pieces of paper and then it gets lost in a pile of papers?  Or do you have a hard time trying to find your keys before you need to leave?

What about an important paper that you saw just the other day?

You are wasting time trying to find the things that you need.  Do you know how much wasted time you spend trying to find something each day?

I'm sure that if you'd time yourself you'd be shocked by how much time you are being robbed of each and every day by trying to find lost items.

You're being robbed everyday!

Feel unorganized, overwhelmed, and unmotivated

Now I could have made each of these there own separate reason but I feel that they are tied together and almost the same thing and that's why I've grouped them together.

If you have piles of papers and stuff, you might feel like you're not organized.  It's a daily reminder of something that needs to be done.

This scenario really ties into the last reason, can't find things.  

When you have the clutter, is it really organized?

I've heard people say things like, I've got my own system going on, or I know exactly what's in each pile.

Do you really?  If there's a pile of 50 pages of paper, can you tell me what is on each of those pieces of paper?

Now, let's talk overwhelmed and unmotivated, because let's face it, they are basically the same thing.

Looking at the clutter each and every day brings feelings to the surface. 

You're overwhelmed because you probably just don't know where to start and you're unmotivated because it's staring your in the face constantly.

The overwhelmed and unmotivated feeling is like living in 'have to land'.  Constantly telling yourself you have to do this, you have to do that.

You are being robbed day after day of your happiness because you are in a constant state of I'm overwhelmed, and completely unmotivated land.

Brings chaos

If you are living in a cluttered home, do you feel like your home is zen?

Are you having to step over things to go across the room?  Are you having to move a pile of papers so you can have dinner together at the table?

Is that zen like?

Since we know that you are overwhelmed, unmotivated, and feeling quite guilty, then the chances of you living a chaotic live is quite high!

You know that it takes you too long to find the things that you need to find, you know that you're not living your happiest life, so why do you want to keep this stuff?

I know this is a personal thing.

Ready to be shocked?

But can I tell you a few shocking statistics?

There are 300,000 items in the average American home. (according to the LA Times)

The average size of the American home has nearly tripled in size over the past 50 years. (NPR)

1 out of every 10 Americans rent offsite storage-it is the fasting growing segment of commercial real estate over the past 40 years. (New York Times Magazine)

25% of the people with a home with a 2 car garage don't have room to park cars inside them and 32% only have room for 1 car. (US Dept. of Energy)

The US has upwards of 50,000 storage facilities, more than 5 times the number of Starbucks!  In the year 2014 there was 2.63 billion square feet of self-storage space in the United States alone.  That's 8.32 square feet per person in the US.  

That means it is totally possible to fit every man, woman, and child inside all of the self-storage space.

Now, I could go on and on with these shocking statistics, but I won't.

It's time to make a change.

It is time to talk about how you are going to finally conquer your clutter and how you are going to stay motivated enough to keep it going.

I'm sure you know how overwhelming it is to go through your clutter.  It's impossible to know where to start.  It is a huge project, and it's probably hard to find the time to do it.

It is easy to become burned out.  

That's why I know that you can do this by only committing to 20 minutes a day.  Sure, this might take some time to get through, but you'll be doing this in a way that will allow you to remove the guilt, allow you to become happier, and have more time.

By knowing that you only have to work on your clutter 20 minutes a day, that frees up time to do other things without feeling guilty like you need to do be working on this.  

Here's the thing, once your 20 minutes are up, you are done for the day!

If you want to learn more about the 20 minute declutter process, click here to read how to do that.  Before you head over there, you can download the Declutter in 20 Cheat Sheet.  Then you'll know exactly how to spend your 20 minutes.


Now, I'd love to hear what type of decluttering processes you've used in the past.  What's worked for you and what hasn't?  Continue the discussion below in the comments!



How to Build a Decluttering Habit

How to successfully build a decluttering habit without feeling the horible burnout that goes with the decluttering process.

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Today, my good friend Katie, from, is here to give you some amazing information about how you can build a decluttering habit.  Take it away, Katie!

Are you ready to start decluttering your home? Living in a clutter-free space can help you save money, save time, and reduce your stress levels. But knowing how to get started can be one of the biggest stumbling blocks to finally getting the clutter out of your space.

Seriously – when you’re looking at piles of stuff, messes, and weeks worth of stuff that was never put away, the whole idea of decluttering is super overwhelming!

So, what’s the solution?

  1. Just commit to doing a little bit of decluttering each day. When I started decluttering my own home, I promised myself that I would work at it for 10 minutes a day.

  2. Start with the easy stuff first. If you’re just starting out, start with trash!  Grab a garbage bag, and walk around your house for 10 minutes. Pick up and throw away any trash you see.

  3. Make a list of areas you want to declutter. When you have a few spare minutes, pick an area from your list and start decluttering it.

  4. Make use of the small chunks of spare time that pop up during the day. I like to clear clutter when I’m waiting for everyone to get ready to get in the car in the morning. While everyone is putting on their coats, running to the restroom one last time, or running upstairs to grab something they forgot, I use that time to get rid of a few things or put some stuff away. Over the course of a week, that adds up to some serious decluttering progress!

  5. Take before and after photos. It’s incredibly inspiring to see how much decluttering progress you’ve made over time.  You never have to show them to anyone unless you want to!

  6. Set up a donation station somewhere in your house and tell your family about it. We have a box in our garage that’s designated for donations. Everyone in the family can put donate-able items in the box whenever they want. When it’s full, I put it in the trunk of the car so I can drop it off the next time I’m out of the house.

By just committing to work at decluttering a little bit every day, you can make significant progress over time.  If you declutter for ten minutes a day for 300 days, you’ll end up doing 50 hours worth of work. That’s pretty impressive!

When I started decluttering my home, I was completely overwhelmed by all of the decision-making I had to do as part of the decluttering process.  My kids were VERY young at the time, and I didn’t have a lot of energy. I ended up making a list of the easier-to-declutter items in my home, and worked through those first. Doing that helped me make progress without doing too much and burning out.

Starting with the easier decluttering projects will help you build your clutter-busting skills and confidence. You’ll be able to gain momentum and decision-making skills that will help you down the road when you need to make more difficult decluttering decisions.

After I realized that other moms felt overwhelmed and helpless when it came to decluttering, I created a step-by-step decluttering guide for beginners. It’s designed to guide you through easy decluttering tasks that will help you get started, and it’s based on the same steps I went through when I started decluttering my own home.

To learn more about the step-by-step decluttering guide, click here.

Are you ready to take action? Here’s are some things you can do to start on your own decluttering journey today:

  1. Set a timer for 10 minutes and work at getting rid of trash first. No piece of trash is too big or too small!

  2. Pick a small area you want to declutter and take a “before” picture.

  3. If you’ve got the energy and time, spend 10 minutes decluttering that small area, and take an “after” picture.

  4. Celebrate your progress!

If you try any of these ideas and they work for you, I’d love to hear about it! You can find me online at


Katie is a loving wife and stay-at-home mom to busy twin boys. She is passionate about making life at home more manageable through simple organizing solutions. She writes for a popular blog,, where she shares realistic organizing solutions for busy moms. She’s the author of Get Rid of It: A Step-by-Step Decluttering Guide for Beginners.

How To Cut Out The Clutter That Will Save You Time

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Here's a simple way to cut out the clutter.  FREE decluttering checklist included.

Last week I got such an overwhelming response to my decluttering post that I thought that I would make this a series.  

You can expect some amazing tips to get the clutter out of your life over the next few weeks.

Today I want to show you how to cut out the clutter so you can save time.  My specialty is to show busy moms how to save time, and keeping your clutter around can take up a lot of your time.  

Today I'm not going to get into the time that is wasted by having cutter, instead I'm going to show you how to cut the clutter so you will have more time.

I'm a firm believer that everyone can find 20 minutes to get something done and today I'm going to share with you how to declutter your home by only committing to 20 minutes a day.

This post is going to walk you through the steps you need to take to make this possible by only committing to 20 minutes a day.

So why 20 minutes?

I know that you're busy and it's hard to commit to more than 20 minutes.

Also, committing to decluttering is a daunting chore.  You become overwhelmed, discouraged, and end up giving up.

It is so much easier to swallow if you're only decluttering for 20 minutes.

How often have you decided today is the day and you're going to get the clutter out.  You start in 1 room.  Maybe your bedroom and say okay, I'm going to do this.  You pull out all of the clothes out of your closet, put them on your bed and start going through them.

About an hour in, you are complete done.

There's clothes everywhere.  On your bed, on the floor.  There are piles everywhere.  Oh and you're tired and want to go to bed.

You throw all of the clothes on the floor and give up.  Making a bigger mess then you started with.

That great idea that you had to declutter turned into an overwhelming mess!

What if I told you that if you were patient and only spent 20 minutes a day you could get rid of all of the clutter, break the clutter habit, save time, and become happier.  Would you want to know how to do that?

If you answered yes, then you are in the right place because that's exactly what I'm going to show your right now!

Before we get any further, I created a checklist for you so you'll have the most success possible once you leave this post!


Finding your spot

So, when you are ready to start the decluttering process, you need to pick your first spot, right.

When you are looking for the perfect spot, it is important that you find a spot that will take you about 10 minutes to go through.

It is time to rethink how you tackle a project. 

Usually you think of tackling you declutter process by doing one section at a time.  For example you'll organize and declutter the shoes one day, then another day you'll move to your closet, then another day you'll do the kitchen drawers.

Okay, that just sounds overwhelming to me.  Let me explain.

If have a family of 4 and you say that you are going to declutter and organize the shoes.  You are do that for 4 people.  The shoes are probably all over the house in many different areas.  Which is going to take you a ton of time to gather up, find, and go through.

So what you thought was going to be a small decluttering session has turned into a day long experience.  Because it's taken you an hour or so to round up all of the shoes, then your normal day starts happening so you get interrupted and hopefully by the end of the day, you've gone through all of the shoes.

Now, let's talk about picking something smaller like a sock drawer.

This is one confined spot, the drawer.  You can easily see everything that you need to go through in one session without having to jump from room to room.

You are setting yourself up for the a non overwhelming decluttering session.

The key is to find a spot that you can get through in 10 minutes, that's why the sock drawer is perfect.  

Sure this might take a little longer to get through but the success rate is a lot higher because you are not overwhelming yourself with too much to do.  

If you are already way over scheduled and have a hard time to get to your clutter then this system is perfect for you!

How to use your 20 minutes

This is the key to your success, using your time wisely.

I know that you might be a little confused because here I tell you to find a spot that you can go through in 10 minutes but I'm telling you that it will take 20 minutes.

So, yes, you'll only be sorting through your spot for 10 minutes.  You are going to spend the rest of the time cleaning up.

What's the point of decluttering if you're not going to finish the job, right.

So you'll grab a timer and start going through your chosen spot for 10 minutes.  You should have gotten through your entire section in that 10 minutes, and if you haven't then you chose a spot too big.

Alright, so back to how to use your time, like I said you'll set the timer for 10 minutes.  Sort the pile (which I'll talk about in a second), then you'll use the last 10 minutes to clean up.

So let's talk about how you're going to sort your pile

Setting up categories

Now it is time to figure out how you are going to categorize your piles.  I like to separate the section into 4 categories.

You'll want separate your pile into four categories:

  • Recycle
  • Garbage
  • Donate
  • Keep

What I like to do is have a bin available that I can quickly dump the item in.  Something like a plastic bin.  Then you'll want to is grab 2 pieces of paper or card stock and tape so you can label each bin so you don't forget which bin goes with what.

So for instance, if I'm going through my sock drawer and I have a sock without a mate (and it's been without a mate for a while) I'll toss it in the garbage.  It's no good to me.  I haven't been using it, so it's time to throw it away.

Maybe in my drawer I find a pack of socks that I bought that I never used because I just didn't like them or they were too big, well I'll toss those into the donate pile.

Since I'm going through my sock drawer I'm probably not going to have recycle but I will still have that available just in case.

So you'll go through that entire process for 10 minutes.  Once the timer goes off, you'll grab the recycle take the recycle items to the recycle bin.  Take the garbage to the garbage can.  Then you'll grab a plastic back (like a grocery bag) and add the donation to that bag and then take that bag to your car.  

I cannot stress that enough!  Take that bag to your car.

Once it is out of your house and in your car you're almost done with it.  The next time you are next to a donation bin or a second hand store you can drop that off.

The last thing you'll want to do is put everything that you're keeping away.  So if there were things that didn't belong in that area, put them where they belong, and then the rest of the items should fit easier in the spot that you just went through.

I encourage you to do this each day until you're clutter is conquered.

Tools you'll need

Okay, I want to start out by saying that you can do this without the need of going out and buying new things.  

You can also probably find some of these items around your house.  

But I am going to walk through the items that I recommend and what I use to do my 20 minute declutter session.  I've listed the items that I recommend below.

I like to have a multi-purpose container to use when it comes to separating.  I like to think about the long term and I like these because they work well under the sink in the bathroom to keep everything organized.

Now if you like the idea of stacking your bins, that is another option.  

It's all about making sure you can use them again because being wasteful is not productive.

Now you'll need cardstock to use.  I do recommend using cardstock over regular paper because card stock will last you longer.

I've put together a printable for you so you can get started on the decluttering process.

This printable is a checklist of everything that you need to do and it's got the categories.  All you need to do is download and print this out for you to use.

The thing about decluttering is it can be monotonous.  I like breaking the monotony up by listening to music.  It really makes the 20 minutes fly by.  Pop in a CD (yes I'm old school), or you can stream music.  

Whichever you choose, it will help you with the decluttering process.

So if you are ready to kick some butt in the decluttering department then you'll need this Decluttering Checklist and Category download.

Next week I'm going to share my secrets for keeping the clutter out, so stay tuned for that!

Now it's your turn.  What have you tried to get control of your clutter?  I'd love to know in the comments below.

Thank you for spending your time with me, it means a lot.