Clearing Space



It starts with a simple stack of mail, a few receipts you’ve stuffed in your purse, or clothes being pushed in the drawer or closet to make room for more.  Then before you know it, you’ve grown accustomed to all this stuff that is overtaking your environment.  I personally love the feeling of clean and organized work and rest spaces.  


Inspired by a client who is currently tackling her own decluttering goals and spring being right around the corner, I’ve decided to complete my own 30 day challenge to declutter after seeing one online.  I get so overwhelmed when I have so much to do, so it helps to break it into mini projects.  I like that it is every day to keep the momentum going.  It is also a perfect activity for me as I get ready to move.  


Here’s my 30 day challenge if you’d like to participate as well.  Or feel free to create your own specific to your needs.  Choose one area to focus on each day to purge what you no longer use or need and organize what remains.  It also doesn’t have to be all objects.  You may need to clear out thoughts, emotions, or behaviors that are no longer working for you.  Clear this space, so you can have room for new energy and opportunities.  


I’m excited to see my place at the end of the 30 days!


My 30 day challenge:


Day 1:  Clean out my purse

Day 2:  Clear off pile on chair

Day 3:  Desk

Day 4:  Work bag

Day 5:  Refrigerator

Day 6:  Mail

Day 7:  Work files

Day 8:  Car interior

Day 9:  Supplements/medicine cabinet

Day 10: Top of dresser

Day 11:  Tv stand

Day 12:  Box 1 in closet

Day 13:  Box 2 in closet

Day 14:  Box 3 in closet

Day 15:  Suitcase

Day 16:  Living room shelves

Day 17:  Bedroom closet

Day 18:  Kitchen cabinets top left

Day 19:  Kitchen cabinets top right

Day 20:  Kitchen cabinets bottom

Day 21:  Bathroom

Day 22:  Living room shelves

Day 23:  Car trunk

Day 24:  Shoes

Day 25:  Candles

Day 26:  Purses/bags

Day 27:  Filing cabinet

Day 28:  Clothing drawers

Day 29:  Clothing closet

Day 30:  Books


See for more ideas!   Also check out the book The Life-changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo.  


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