But the process of fixing the problem feels so impossible, that you can’t even motivate yourself to start.
After all, you’d need weeks to get rid of all of your stuff. Or at least a full weekend or two to conquer the mess.
Who has the time for that?
Not to mention, getting rid of things is so hard. What are you supposed to do with all those things you’re still emotionally attached to? What if you get rid of something you might need someday?
Mama, I’ve got you, and you’ve got this. Let’s make getting rid of your clutter fun and simple so you can get back to enjoying your life!
Conquer Your Clutter breaks the process of decluttering your entire home into bite-sized, manageable chunks that are each designed to be completed in about 10 minutes.
You’ll get actionable tips to help you know what to purge and advice to help you overcome your mental and emotional hurdles as you do it.
Conquer Your Clutter is designed like a game—giving you random tasks each time and surprise bonuses and downloads as you move through the process. And, it’s accompanied by a secret podcast, so I can be your cheering section as you go.
I encourage you to declutter just ten minutes at a time. Because no matter how crazy life gets, we all have ten minutes.
I know exactly how to walk you through the process of decluttering—no matter how much you choose to purge. Why?
Because I’ve done it.
Back in 2019 our family decided to get rid of nearly everything we owned to travel as a family.
The only problem was that we had a 2500-square-foot home full of soooooooooo much stuff. Some of that stuff we really loved, had invested a lot of money in, and/or thought we might need in the future.
I didn’t know how or where to start or how to let go. So I just jumped in, and in the process, I discovered decluttering was as much a mental game as a physical one.
In the end, we pared all our belongings down to eight suitcases we took on our travels, and eight tubs of off-season clothes, treasured possessions, and keepsakes that we stashed with family.
Covid curtailed our travels a bit, and I'm back in the 'burbs with a totally new perspective on stuff. I'm doing my best to maintain a clutter-free home, despite a husband who loves gadgets, kids whose Legos seem to multiply overnight, and my own overly-enthusiastic stock-up sessions at Sam's Club.
My goal is to help YOU make the physical part of decluttering more fun and the mental game of it less gut-wrenching--so that you can experience the lightness and joy that comes from a clutter-free home.
Clutter drains you mentally and physically. Study after study shows a cluttered home is bad for your health.
Managing all your stuff is sapping your time and energy and keeping you from the joyful life you were designed to live.
Don’t waste another day allowing your clutter to make your life worse. Take your first step now by sampling Conquer Your Clutter. Without paying a cent, you can get click here to get all my tips for cleaning out:
Or click the "Buy Now" button below to get access to the whole kit-and-kaboodle (which includes instructions for decluttering more than 100 areas of your home, 10 minutes at a time) for just $59. And of course, if it doesn’t help you, simply ask for your money back.
Let's get you started! (Don't worry--it'll be easy!)