30 Days of Minimizing Start of the holiday season right and minimize before the chaos! Day 1 of 30 Days of Minimizing Focus: 30 Days of No Spending In order to properly declutter, we have to stop bringing items in our home during this phase. If we continue to bring items in while we are … [Read more…]
Who’s ready to finally figure out what their home decorating style is? This will be fun! These are the actual steps we will be going through this month to help you define your unique home decorating style. Who’s excited? I know I am! Can you tell? If you have some friends that you think could … [Read more…]
Decluttering (editing) isn’t about getting rid of stuff for the sake of getting rid of stuff. It’s about making space for what matters. That could include more time, joy, space, and order. Decluttering (editing) isn't about getting rid of stuff for the sake of getting rid of stuff. It's about making space for what matters. … [Read more…]
The Fundamentals of Decorating The following are decorating guidelines that will help you decorate your home. I really don’t like calling these “rules” because you can go against them and it can sometimes look good, it take a talented professional to pull that off though. Decorating Guidelines – Window Coverings Your curtains and drapes should … [Read more…]
Minimalist Decorating – creating a homey space without the clutter I want to introduce you to an ingenious way of decorating for a minimalist! Decorating with the layers of cozy. This is my original concept, and much like (reverse) peeling an onion, you decorate layer by layer. These layers will help you add dimension and … [Read more…]
28 Days of Minimizing
How to decide what to get rid of and what to keep?
In the beginning, just focus on the easy stuff. I call this phase 1 decluttering. It’s the obvious, easy and logical stuff to get rid off. The best way to get discouraged and overwhelmed is to try to tackle the sentimental items right now. Later on in the month we’ll talk about the harder stuff. You’ve got this, friend!
Let’s tour your home together! Pick up the phone and get ready to find 28 things to donate! These are things that don’t serve you positively and are still in good condition. They would make someone else life better if you passed them on to someone else.
Did you find your 28 things? Put them in a box or container and take them to the donation centre this week!
Minimalism isn’t about deciding what to get rid of and live without, it’s about deciding what’s important to keep and highlight.
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28 Days of Minimizing!
❤️ Your mission today, after I’ve found my Facebook password, is to go through your home with a garbage bag and find 28 items that are junk and need to go into the garbage.
These are easy peasy! You don’t need to think about them. Take me with you (keep the video going as you do this) and I’ll give you prompts as we go together.
“Day one or one day, you decide.”
Which room or area should you do first?:
Choose the one that would have the greatest positive impact when done or the one that you’ve been putting off forevah!
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How to declutter any room in your home, the easy way. Often, we complicate things unnecessarily. We can also end up complicating simplifying, too! This is my no fail approach to decluttering any room in your home and it works every time! First, take a before picture… stand in the doorway/entrance to the room and … [Read more…]
It’s important to learn the fundamentals of home staging if you are going to attempt to DIY (do it yourself). These tips will give you some insight into how to arrange your furniture in order to take advantage of the overall look of your home. This is best done prior to listing with a real … [Read more…]
Need a 2015 planner but do not have the room in the budget? No problem, I have got you covered. My FREE 2015 Planner, is 67 pages long, complete with a monthly view and weekly view of 2015 along with a yearly goals page. Grab one of your kids’ old binders from last school year, … [Read more…]