My Clutter Story: Freedom from clutter forever

I remember the moment I realised that the clutter in my home was taking me away from enjoying life with my family.

My son was about 3 years old.

Every afternoon we would head out for a walk. We had a wonderful time pointing out birds, wildflowers and lizards and talking about anything and everything.

One afternoon I had forgotten about our walk and had begun to go through some of the mess in the spare room.

That clutter was always on the back of my mind and I thought that I would spend some time finally getting things sorted.

My son appeared in front of me in his boots, with his hat in his hand and announced, ‘I’m ready for our walk’.

I wish I could tell you that I dropped everything right there and then and headed outside with him, but I didn’t. What did I do instead? I said to him ‘Not today, I’m too busy’.

As the words came out of my mouth, his little face fell, he dropped his head and said ‘That’s OK Mum.’ Then he turned and left the room.

My heart sank in that moment.

I played it over and over again in my mind until I eventually made the decision that I never wanted either of us to feel that way, ever again.

I wanted to live my life differently.

I set about learning all of the decluttering and organisational strategies I share in my new course and rid my home of clutter for good.

Here’s what it did for me…

I now live in a house I love. We only have items we love or absolutely need and we know how to put our hands on them when we want them. I no longer prioritise my stuff over family time and I never will again.

Here’s a sneak peek of some of the content ready and waiting inside the course: 

Freedom from Clutter Forever. 

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