It has been a running joke in my house that I am one stack away from being on the show "Hoarders". Maybe I am not that bad, but at least I have a trail in my garage to get from point A to point B. Even though the house is messy, I know EXACTLY where everything is--it's an organized disaster.
If you are anything like me, some days you just walk by the clutter without a glance. Somehow it has become part of the fixture or has made a "home" in that spot for good. Other days when walking by the clutter it can become quite the annoyance. The clutter has somehow taken over the entire house and thinking about it can be plain overwhelming. Some days it sounds wonderful to have a bulldozer just demolish the house so we can start new and fresh-- I wish!
To reverse the clutter and gain back control of my own house, I wanted to do a "Project Declutter" series. Over the next few weeks, the blog will be covering different aspects of decluttering your home and your life. It doesn't have to be overwhelming and a difficult feat as most people imagine.
Join us through the "Project Declutter" series as we share tips to overcome clutter, ways to change our bad habits, and enjoy seeing a glimpse into my real life mess.
What are some ways you declutter and stay on top of it?