Awakening to what is important in your life is only one benefit to purging and organizing your home. The action of clearing a cluttered space makes you more attuned to what you have and what you don't want any longer. And only after you complete your decluttering process does it awaken you to the understanding of what is important to your home and life. But, to successfully complete this goal, you will need to stay focused. This doable weekly challenge ebook will help you stay focused and motivated to clear the clutter in your home.
What is your organizing goal for this year?
You must ensure your goal is to clear the clutter in your home and make your home run more effectively to support you and your family. Is this your goal for this year? If it is, then you are in the right place. This doable weekly challenge will only work if this is your goal.
Why should I do this organizing challenge?
Challenges help us stay focused on the goal without thinking about what needs to be completed. It helps us stay in the moment without thinking about what you need to do next. Are you up for the challenge?
So, with the start of 2018, I am sharing this free ebook to help guide you through the different areas of your home and clear that clutter. These weekly challenges are all about doing and getting things done. Some areas that will be covered are books, drawers, goal setting and planning, closets and clothes, entire room organizing, areas that visitors would use, kids areas, boxes, health areas, cabinets, memorabilia, hobbies and crafts, papers, saving money, and of course, the dreaded, taxes to-dos.
This ebook is not your usual declutter guidebook. It only includes doable tasks. Each task takes one week or less. You can do it in any order.
Are you ready for the doable weekly challenge? To help you throughout the year, I created Sabrina's Organizing Weekly Challenges to Clear Clutter Facebook group. Feel free to join the group and share your struggles and successes.
For additional inspiration for other organizing areas, feel free to follow Sabrina's Organizing pages.