Decluttering Your Scariest Space ~ FREE Declutter Challenge and Workbook (closed)

As some of you might know, I am constantly posting pictures of my purge piles on Instagram. They aren’t the prettiest pictures so it probably goes against every Instagram rule out there. But I don’t even care. What I care most about is inspiring others to do some decluttering of their own. Why? Because I know that you cannot possibly get organized without first getting rid of your clutter. You could spend hours trying to find a home for stuff weighing you down only to feel no farther ahead. OR you could spend a few hours decluttering your stuff so you never have to manage those same piles again.

My purge pile from last week:

Free declutter challenge and workbook at I'm an Organizing Junkie blog

Decluttering is soooo important. It’s why I talk about it all the time. But it’s not always easy and sometimes we all could use a little extra motivation. That’s why I’m excited to tell you about a FREE declutter challenge you do not want to miss.

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Is there a spot you wish you could keep hidden, because it’s so full of stuff you don’t know what to do with it? Maybe it’s a particular closet, cupboard or drawer, a guest room or corner of your basement? Have you ever wished you could finally tackle that daunting space in your home?

Then you are going to want to check out this FREE organizing resource offered by my friends at Ultimate Bundles. It’s a challenge to help you declutter your scariest space.

Free declutter challenge and workbook at I'm an Organizing Junkie blog

Here’s what you’ll get when you join this free challenge:

-a 20-minute video where you’ll be taught the smartest, fastest way to clean up a cluttered space
-printable worksheets to walk you through the challenge step-by-step
-the mindset and tools you’ll need to start decluttering with confidence
-two questions that can help you decide what to keep and what to get rid of
-how to find the perfect home for every item you hang on to
-what to do with unwanted items you feel guilty throwing away
-how to know when to wrap up and feel great about what you’ve accomplished

I’ve watched the video and looked through the workbook and both are in line with what I teach here. The video and workbook are tools to help guide you as you work through your space. There are no timelines in place, you simply work at your own pace as you can.

You can register for the Declutter Your Scariest Space Challenge right HERE. Then you’ll get an email telling you about your next steps. (This offer is no longer available unfortunately).

The time to declutter and organize is always NOW. You can do it!! Please let me know in the comments what space you plan to declutter.

Free declutter challenge and workbook at I'm an Organizing Junkie blog

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11 Responses to Decluttering Your Scariest Space ~ FREE Declutter Challenge and Workbook (closed)

  1. 1
    Susan Davis says

    The bathroom and bedroom

  2. 2
    Maria says

    Bedroom and basement (and the garage if I’m still alive!)

  3. 3
    Donna says

    Definitely the sunroom and attached garage! Years of accumulations from adult children, former in-laws, and gone but not forgotten grand parents and great grandparents. Well meaning family dump stuff on us because they don’t want to sell or give away to strangers.

  4. 4
    CEM Webster says


  5. 5
    Diane says

    My bedroom and the attic scare me most!

  6. 6
    Dawn Jorgensen says

    Bedroom closet

  7. 7
    Cindy Maske says

    Craft room
    It’s needed it for years.

  8. 8
    Patricia says

    I went through to register for the free decluttering offer as offered on your message only to find that the offer has ended. Seems a bit strange to offer something that has already ended.

    • 8.1
      Laura Wittmann says

      I put up my post last Tuesday and it is no longer available. Sorry you missed it 🙁


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