De-cluttering – Like Peeling An onion

So I know peeling an onion is not necessarily the first thing you think of when you think about de-cluttering your home but just go with me on this! Layers…lots of them. When you start the process and lifestyle of clutter free living, you will work through layers. It’s not a one off event. You

Detox Your Home

About a year ago a friend introduced me to essential oils. My understanding up to this point was limited. I just thought they smelt nice and were mainly used by massage therapists! I had no idea there were so many health benefits when used consistently. I decided to invest some time researching and eventually purchased

Mind Clutter

Confused. Anxious. Overwhelmed. These are just some of the words that I would use to describe a mind that has too much clutter. We can all be subject to this. Our culture has bred an onslaught of busyness, digital distraction and possession overload. Our minds can become bombarded with comparisons, expectations and general noise. If

Disciplined Living = A Simplified Life

One of the greatest challenges I have experienced on my decluttering journey is the family thing. You know the family thing. Several big and little people living in one space? It’s often challenging at the best of times but when you start to get ‘a thing’ about clutter there can be some frustrations to say

Solutions for your drawers!

In my last post ‘The Man Drawer’ I stressed that there are many 10 minute jobs around the home that just aren’t as bad as we think! I tackled my ‘junk’ drawer not so long ago….. My provisional tidy up of this used tools I already had around the house to make it organised. When you first

“I Want To See My Jars!”

Vision is everything. We all need vision. Without it we don’t know where we’re going. Quite often we don’t even realise that it’s a vision that is motivating us forward but if you stop and think about it, you will realise that without vision there would be no motivation. You have a vision of that holiday

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