The Pareto principle states that for many outcomes, roughly 80% of consequences come from 20% of causes.  In terms of our homes, that means 80% of the time we use 20% of our items. That means, 80% of our homes are not used on a regular basis. Some of those items are used on occasion, […]

Decluttering, Home Organization

June 13, 2022

Why Declutter Your Home?

The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning and the process of decluttering your whole house.


March 7, 2022

My takeaways from The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning

Do you get stressed about all the things coming into your house after the holidays? I have provided my best ideas to keep your home clutter free for the holidays and how to ask for gifts that fit your clutter free life.


November 1, 2021

How to Keep your Home Clutter-Free for the Holidays

However, as invitations roll in, you will want to consider what options are best for your family. You don’t have to say yes to every invitation that comes your way. The best way to say no is come up with your family’s priorities and boundaries before you even see an invitation!


October 1, 2021

Saying No During the Holidays

The key to paper is having a system to deal with it so it doesn’t become piles around the house or lost when it should be addressed.

Decluttering, Digital and Paper Organization

August 16, 2021

Tackling Your Paper Clutter

When getting organized, I always suggest starting with the areas you spend the most time in. For most people, that would be the kitchen, the primary bedroom and primary bathroom in your house. Those are the first two places I start my day. When I have a clean kitchen and primary bathroom, my day always seems to start off better.

Decluttering, Home Organization

April 1, 2021

Spring Cleaning | Decluttering and Organizing

Say Goodbye to Overwhelm, and Hello to Harmony

Studies show that your productivity, health, mood, and even your sleep habits are deeply affected by your physical surroundings. But if you’re like me, you probably don’t need a study to tell you that more clutter = more stress.

Your home is your sanctuary. Let’s work together to restore it to a place you love to be in… and build habits that help you keep it that way. 

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