Last week we went over the effects that a cluttered home has on not only your home but also your health. The question is now, how do we get there? Why are these decisions so hard to make? Maybe you feel guilty for wasting money or tossing objects connected to old goals (like those expensive shoes you bought when you thought you were going to start rock climbing). Maybe you get caught up in the cycle of, “I might need this later,” or “this could be worth something.” Perhaps yo
If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the thought of decluttering, consider this: the average American home has 300,000 items. Society tells you to buy the newest products to make your teeth whiter, your laundry fresher and your phone faster, but all these things have to be stored somewhere. Those piles of clutter aren’t only in your way; they’re weighing on your mind. They represent chores to do, goals to meet and decisions to make. They take up space in your home and in your day
“This time, it’s going to be different…” A brand-new year, brimming with possibilities, and you’ve resolved to move through your house like a whirling tornado of can-do, fixing, painting and organizing. This year, nothing will stop you.
Based on the most-common top-ten resolutions gathered by Time magazine, USA.gov and other sources, we’ve put together an inspiring list of home management goals to help you come up with New Year resolutions for your home. Cut Energy Use Your