{RECAP} How to Declutter

Before you join me on the decluttering mission let’s have a recap of the steps of Decluttering.  Please click on each of the links below to direct you to more details about each step.  

Step 1: Determine what are your organising goals

Step 2: What is clutter

Step 3: 5 steps to clear your clutter

Step 4: Start the 52 things in 52 weeks Challenge

Step 5: How to part with sentimental items

Step 6: Create a to-do list

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What is your biggest struggle when decluttering?

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8 comments

newsurfiegirl May 24, 2012 - 7:58 AM

Actually getting started is my biggest struggle, once I start it’s ok! Another thing is not trying to do too much, I sometimes find my energy waning and I still have quite a bit to do, what is left sometimes gets left in a big box to be done later :0(

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Katrina May 24, 2012 - 9:09 AM

I’ll be giving one task a week so it won’t be too overwhelming and can fit into busy schedules. I look forward to you joining us!

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Kirstyvi May 24, 2012 - 2:47 PM

Kids toys and clothes.
kitchen stuff…..how much do you actually use?
husband’s stuff…oh wait! we are moving soon and he will have a shed. that should give me about 4 cupboards worth of extra space in our new place.

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Katrina May 24, 2012 - 7:49 PM

Sheds are great places for storing seasonal and not used regularly items!

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Shanabanana May 24, 2012 - 9:14 PM

Kids art work – 3rd son wants to keep every scrap hes touched, I dont want to stop his creative spirit but how to keep some masterpieces with inviting creatures into it please!

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MJ May 25, 2012 - 11:56 AM

Decluttering, I think this is the story of our lives!
I live in an apartment and have to be very smart with clutter.
Recently, to make room for baby#2 we did a huge clean out. We also put in extra shelving 🙂
The hardest thing is parting with things…. I just want to keep everything!!

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Bec Waterhouse October 18, 2012 - 3:34 PM

Staying motivated is my biggest problem. I always have a lot going on so it’s really easy to get side tracked by something else rather than continuing to declutter like I’d intended too

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