Most of you know that I HATE clutter. I don’t know why, I just don’t do well with it, and I always feel more at peace when everything is nicely organized. The problem I have with conveying that to others is that it tends to be overwhelming. They think they need to have their whole house in perfect order to be “uncluttered” and the idea of doing that just simply overwhelms them. So they do nothing.
So when professional blogger Sofia Lewis contacted me to see if I’d be interesting in publishing her article on “How to Successfully De-Clutter Your Home”, I was at first a bit skeptical. That’s a loaded title, and I didn’t want it to be overwhelming for any readers! But then I saw the article, and how nicely she broke it down and explained everything, and I decided that she did a much better job than I could, ha! So, without further ado…here’s Sofia!
It’s one thing to keep your home looking and feeling clean and sanitary, but if you want a truly tidy house then it’s important to de-clutter your home at least once or twice a year! We all have items in our homes that we don’t use, either because they don’t work anymore or just because we haven’t got around to throwing them out. If this sounds like you and you want to have a little more room in your life and a little less clutter in your home then follow these tips for successful and easy house de-clutter!