Are you a chronic clutterer?

Do you keep old, unwearable clothes even after you’ve purchased new clothes? Do you have expired food in your fridge or cabinets? Are your closets and drawers overflowing? If so, you may be a chronic clutterer. Clutter is not just physically overwhelming, it’s also psychologically taxing. Clutter and general disorganization can cause anxiety and make you feel unsettled, worried and overwhelmed. If this sounds familiar, try sitting down in a quiet place and creating a plan to get organized. You don’t have to tackle the entire project at once, but creating a plan is a first step. Always remember the most important rule of organizing and decluttering: “If you haven’t used it or touched it in the past 6 months, it’s time to go!” If this is not something you are willing or able to do, I’m here for you. My “everything has a place” method is simple and it works!

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Published by decluttergirl

Hi, I'm Dina and I'm here to help you get organized! I love to help people organize their homes. From closets to kitchens and everything in between, I can help you get rid of things you no longer need and add more time and less stress to your everyday life. Simplicity is everything!

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