30 Day Declutter Challenge with Free Declutter Printables to Help!

Happy Friday! Today I’m excited to bring you a 30 day declutter challenge. Sometimes it helps to have a guide to follow especially when feeling overwhelmed with all there is to do. Overwhelm leads to stress and lack of motivation and this cycle can be devastating for your home in the long run. Unfortunately, neglected clutter just continues to grow and grow and grow. Clutter continues to attract more clutter leading to more and more overwhelm. It’s time to stop this clutter cycle and a declutter challenge is a great way to do that! Each day for 30 days you follow the free printable declutter calendar (in any order!) and tackle a different area of your home.

30 Day Declutter Challenge with Free Declutter Printables to Help! at I'm an Organizing Junkie

Clutter does not have to win here. It’s never too late to take back control. We can conquer clutter instead of letting it conquer us and our homes and our families. Here’s what you need to remember. It’s just stuff. I know to some that might seem harsh and I’m sorry. But living through this pandemic and having to spend even more time at home than I might normally has only solidified just how important having a peaceful organized home is (and how little we actually need!). And one cannot have a peaceful organized home when it’s buried in clutter. Nope. The two things cannot exist together.

When the world around us is in chaos, our home should be a place of comfort. A sanctuary that helps us find the calm away from all the outside noise. Yet this absolutely cannot happen when clutter is everywhere we look. When we are staring at all our piles of stuff, our minds simply cannot rest.

The benefits of owning less far outweigh the burdens that come with owning more.

All this stuff we own and cling to for “someday” becomes the stuff that keeps us from living the kind of peaceful organized life we could be living TODAY.

Clutter can be anything that reduces your effectiveness for leading a peaceful, less chaotic life.

definition of clutter

30 Day Declutter Challenge:

So my friend, if you are tired of the clutter and chaos weighing you down and want to let your home breathe again, download the 30 day declutter challenge right now to get started. It’s not date specific so you don’t have to wait until tomorrow, or Monday or the first of any month. Instead you can begin today, whoot!

Because when your home can breathe, so do the people in it.

Download the 30 Day Declutter Challenge here

(when the printables open in Dropbox click on the three dots on the right hand side column and then click download and it will then open them up in Adobe)

So what do you say? Are you ready to take the challenge and love your home again?

If you need some additional help making declutter decisions, please refer to the following posts for guidance:

How to Use Declutter Questions to Make Purging Decisions
How to Make Decisions About Your Stuff When You Hate to Make Decisions
Organizing Rules to Follow to be an Organizing Junkie Like Me!
When considering where to donate, please review these guidelines FIRST.
Three Phases of Decluttering and Why They Are All Important
How to Get Chores Done When You Lack Energy & Time
Letting Go of Sentimental Items

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Filed under: Clutter Control, Printables, Purging

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One Response to 30 Day Declutter Challenge with Free Declutter Printables to Help!

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    Becky Lowmaster says

    I am working on this. Slowly. Way too much to go thru at the moment with items in room that we moved from another room that needed fixed. Long story short, it’s gonna happen soon. Am already going thru things and recycling and tossing and donating items soon. I appreciate your inspiration! Hope you and your family are doing well and stay safe! Hugs!

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