Hello Friend and welcome to Our Simplified Home!
If you’re a busy professional working mom you probably don’t have a lot of time to devote to home maintenance.
As for me, once my kids got bigger along with their messes, keeping my home clean, tidy, and organized felt impossible.
No matter how much I organized or how efficiently I worked, I couldn’t keep up with the constant clutter that kept turning up.
But after experiencing a major financial crisis and learning to toss, donate and sell nearly 70% of what I owned, I learned how to simplify my home and life so that I can focus on creating a life that matters and letting go of the rest.
Focusing on What Matters and Letting Go of the Rest
Now, without all the clutter and mess weighing me down, I feel calm, peaceful and relaxed at home rather than stressed out and overwhelmed.
Best of all, living with less lets me automate and systematize 90% of my household upkeep so that I’m no longer procrastinating on getting the work done or wasting money on professional house cleaners or sacrificing valuable time away from my family to clean, tidy or organize.
Simplifying my home has given me and my family a home that feels more like a sanctuary and not just a repository that it once was.
If this is the kind of simplified home and life you’ve been craving, then you’re in the right place. Let me help you.
Here’s What You’ll Learn
First, here are some blog posts that will get you started on your journey to a simpler more streamlined home:
Second, sign up for this FREE step-by-step Simple Decluttering Checklist which will help you toss your DUD’s (a.k.a. clutter) quickly and easily.
For a more comprehensive all in one decluttering guide that will keep the clutter out of your home once and for all, get our Clutter Be Gone Handbook; It will help you wave that clutter goodbye, like magic.
What you’ll find as you declutter your home, is more margin and mental clarity to create the home and life you’ve always envisioned-the kind of life that fills you with joy no matter how busy or overwhelming life gets.
One Last Thing
Last but not least, simplifying your home is not only possible but vital.
Study after study shows that those who have a simplified home enjoy more satisfying relationships with their loved ones, better mental, spiritual and emotional health , and more purposeful living.
If this is the kind of home and life you crave, then welcome to Our Simplified Home.