Have you ever stopped to think that maybe, just maybe, the reason you don’t have time to declutter - is because you have so much clutter taking up all your time?
Maybe we have it all backwards....
“I just don’t have enough time to declutter”.
I hear this all. the. time.
And I get it. Because I used to think and feel the same way.
I was busy keeping tiny humans alive and fed every few hours. I was sleep deprived. I had zero energy. I had meal planning to do, and grocery shopping, and drive time to and from dance class, oh yeah - and somehow I had to figure out how to have a MEDIUM pink leotard by friday for that recital. What even IS “medium” pink?!
And now you want me to find time to sift through our junk and figure out what to keep, what to donate, what to trash, what to sell - AND find even more time to then figure out how i’m going to get it out of our actual house?!
But here’s the thing, Mama.
Have you stopped to think that maybe, just maybe, the reason you don’t think you have time to declutter is because you have so much clutter - taking up all your time?
Time picking up.
Time putting away.
Time picking that thing up yet again.
Time wasted while trying to make a decision.
Time lost when you can’t find the left shoe.
You may just have it backwards.
IN ORDER to have time, you need to declutter.
“Ok, great Diana - but I still dont have the time or energy to actually do it. I know it would be amazing and good for my family and my stress levels, but, time”.
But look at you - you’ve been able to complete small tasks in your home before, right?
You took those small but mighty tasks and you figured out how to get them done, right?
So what’s stopping you from continuing those small tasks I create a few days a week?
What if you could spend just 15-20 minutes a day to fully declutter your entire home?
To feel like you can breathe again in your home?
To feel refreshed and ready to kick butt when you walk into your kitchen each morning, instead of already defeated before your day has even begun?
To have time to read again, to go dancing, to watch a movie with your partner…..without the nagging mess surrounding you saying “hey - pick me up. Clean me. Figure this out”?