I’ve talked about decluttering a lot on the blog, although not for a little while! However, even though I haven’t been writing about it you can be sure it’s something I have continued to do. That’s because for me decluttering is an ongoing process, and I imagine it always will be. Today I thought I’d talk about some of the reasons why, and how I make it work for me. I’d love to hear your thoughts about ongoing decluttering too!
I’ve been on a decluttering journey for a while now and regularly clear out places like my wardrobe and pantry. However, there are places I often forget to declutter, and I thought if I do then maybe you do too! Here are some of the most common, but I’d love to hear your ideas too!
Having a home that feels welcoming and relaxing has always been my aim, and it became even more important over the last year. No one wants a space that makes them feel more stressed or overwhelmed, that’s for sure. So, today I thought I would share some of the thing that have helped me create a calm home – I’d love to hear your ideas too!
With all this time we’ve spending at home lately, it is no surprise that lots of people have been decluttering more than usual. I have been on a gradual decluttering journey for a while now and whilst things like my wardrobe get the declutter treatment regularly, there are a few spots that have been getting some closer attention lately. Today I thought I would share what I have been decluttering lately, in case you might find it inspiring too!
We all know by now that increased screen time is not the best for us, but it can sometimes feel like it’s impossible to break the habit. If if just needed self control we’d probably be ok! Today I wanted to share some ideas to help reduce your screen time, and I’d love to hear your tips too. The less we use our screens the better our brain can function, so it’s well worth giving it a shot.