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Marie Kondo is about to rock your world and any clutter you may still be hanging onto.

Was decluttering your life a part of your New Year’s resolution? Now is a good time to check in with yourself and see how that’s going!

Review The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up

Whether you think you’re already fairly organized or you could use a good kick in the rear, I’ve got a GREAT book to recommend. It’s called The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing

Amazon Giveaway: Win a free copy of The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up!

The opportunity for one lucky reader to win a free copy of this book ended in 2016, but Kondo is still going strong. I truly recommend you check out this book to help you find motivation to declutter your own home!

Benefits of Decluttering

Make the space for your joy to find you. There are so many perks to removing the clutter from your home or office! Overall, though, it all comes down to one thing – granting yourself the freedom to live life on your terms.

Start with one space and grow from there. Whether you focus on your main living space, your bedroom, or your home office, every bit you remove helps.

Clutter can be incredibly overwhelming sometimes, but it’ll help if you focus on the joy you’ll find once it’s done. Trust that the most successful people are not ones to allow for chaos.

And while it can be difficult to declutter when you’re a parent, know that the sooner you do it, the better off your whole family will be. Goodness knows that any time clutter threatens to creep in our house is when our children tend to misbehave the worst – a coincidence? Or is it just what happens when you’re 3′ tall and all that clutter is at eye-level?

There are many benefits to removing the clutter from your home, but whatever your reason, it’ll only get better if you start now. And if you’re struggling to do it, check out Marie Kondo’s book!

This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. I have been wanting to read this book, I would love to know more about the techniques it includes.

    1. The one thing that really stood out for me was to look at something and ask yourself “Does this bring me joy?” If the answer is “no” or even “eh…” then it’s time to get rid of it! 🙂

      1. So, funny, that is one of the main points I have heard about it! I have considered implementing that process, as well. I’d love to be a minimalist. I will share the contest with my friends!

    2. You could encourage your friends to enter the contest and then when one of them wins, ask to borrow it when they’re done with it 😉

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