The countdown is officially on- in 31 days we are moving from Florida to Utah. Do you know what I’ve done to prepare? Nothing. So I figured I’d pick an area of my house and each day I’d organize and declutter it. That way, when its time to pack, all I’ll have is items I love that are sorted nicely and ready to go.
30 day organization challenge- why
Here’s the thing, I know that not everyone is moving, but I figure that its spring time! What better time is there to organize your home? It is SO crazy how stuff just slowly creeps in. Our houses should be our sanctuary! It should be the place that lifts us up and inspires us. That’s really hard to do with a lot of crap laying around.
I read a quote recently that said something like “I thought I was bad at organizing, but really, I was good at keeping things I don’t need.” How true is that?! I’ve committed myself to examining each section of my house over the next 30 days and only holding onto the items I REALLY need. Will you join me?
I have a whole plan ready to go along with 3 free printables and I will walk you through each step. If you have drawers full of receipts or a pile of items that needs to be donated, or extra stuff sitting on your counter top this is your chance to go through it. It’ll just take 15 minutes a day and then, by the end of this month, you’ll be done!
First off, I have a calendar with the areas where we’ll be tackling each day.
Next, I share how to organize each area so you’re left with the items you love!
I also have a list of items that are easy to let go of. These should get the purging of clutter started!
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I’ll be checking in with a weekly email of suggestions, inspiration, and tips. And make sure to follow along on my Instagram stories where I’ll be sharing the areas I’m tackling each day with you! In just 30 days we’ll both have an organized house. Are you excited?! Because I sure am!
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