31 Days of Finding Freedom in Simplicity - Decluttering Resources

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Does decluttering come easy to you?  I used to think that it did for me.  I knew how to get rid of things like the best of them, but I didn’t make the progress I expected I would make.  I went from organizing (moving my stuff around and around until it *fit*), to decluttering, but allowing that same stuff to move right back into my home, and now I am at de-owning.

It is a process to get to this point, and I would love to share some amazing resources that I have used in order to get to a place where I am comfortable with getting rid of things, but also able to make decisions on the harder items as well.  And we all want to have a beautiful and inviting home, so there are resources for that as well.

The first resource that I have is actually the main resource in this post, mainly because it has so many awesome e-books and e-courses that go along with it.  And that is the Conquer Your Clutter Super Bundle.

This bundle has encouragement as well as practical tips to help make your home into the home you want it to be.  A few of my favorite resources from this bundle are Spend Your Days: How to Control Time with Rocks, Bullets, Chisels, and a Boat by Tsh Oxenreider, Organizing Life as Mom by Jessica Fisher and the Freed From Clutter e-course by Becky Mansfield.

Organized Simplicity – This is the first book I purchased when I was trying to get a handle on my home and the sheer amount of stuff that we have.  Tsh goes through all of the important things like creating a family mission statement, and then figuring out why you are holding onto these items.

The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up – I read this book pretty soon after the book made a big entrance in the U.S.  I’m not entirely sure how I feel about items sparking joy, but there are some really great strategies on how to get what you don’t need or want out of your house quickly.

These are just a few of the resources that I have used in the past, and am currently using, to keep a handle on my home, and also to keep me motivated to continue to live a life less dependent on stuff (and cleaning and organizing said stuff).

Do you have a favorite decluttering resource or strategy?  I would love to hear about it in the comments!

Find the entire 31 Days of Finding Freedom in Simplicity series here.

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