Did you know that if you take just 15 minutes each and every day to declutter your home, you’ll notice a huge difference? The great part about this 15 Minute Daily Declutter Challenge is that everyone has 15 minutes during the day to spare.
When you break down the decluttering to a mere few minutes per day, it makes for a much easier cleaning process that doesn’t feel overwhelming at all. When it comes down to decluttering your home, who says that it has to happen all in one day? This easy decluttering process is a simple way to break down your home into a way that allows you to declutter quickly and easily.
15-Minute Daily Declutter Challenge
Crazy to think that just 15 minutes daily can help you eliminate clutter in your home. It’s even crazier to think that by doing this daily, you’re going to notice a HUGE difference in the overall appearance of your space.
And the best part about doing this simple declutter challenge is that you can literally get started at any time. You can declutter during the day, the night, early in the morning, or right before you go to bed.
With this declutter printable PDF, you’ll be able to keep track of what you’ve decluttered and use it to stay focused as well. Just pick which decluttering task you want to achieve from the decluttering list and set a timer and get moving.
Why does decluttering really even matter?
Having a clean home is important, but being able to declutter effectively really goes so much further than that. If you’re wondering what the purpose of decluttering is, these are just a few top reasons to consider.
- Decluttering clears your space
This means that it clears the space in your head and in your home. You don’t want either area to be cluttered, so making room for this is key.
- It’s a reminder to not hold on to “things”
I get it – we all have things that we love. But when it comes down to it, “things” really don’t matter. Having clutter in your home also means that most of those things are just sitting there, not even being used. Instead of taking up space with things, clear them up for more room.
If you’re ready to get back a little bit of your space and clear up some space in your brain, it’s time to take a few minutes daily to declutter your home.
The great part about decluttering is that you can donate those items and help someone else out who might actually need them or want to use them!
Think of decluttering as a way to give your items in your house new life in a new place!
Are you ready to declutter for 15 minutes daily?
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More Decluttering Books & Tools
The sooner that you start to remove excess items from your home, the better! Using this printable as a guide will help you accomplish all your decluttering goals!
More Decluttering Ideas & Help
- 30 Day Decluttering Challenge
- Cleaning and Organizing Challenge – 365
- How to Declutter Your Home Office and Maximize Productivity
- How to Get Organized at Home
- Spring Cleaning List – Deep Cleaning House Checklist
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In Decluttering at the Speed of Life, decluttering expert and author Dana White identifies the mind-sets and emotional challenges that make it difficult to declutter. Then, in her signature humorous approach, she provides workable solutions to break through these struggles and get clutter out–for good! But more than simply offering strategies, Dana dives deep into how to implement them, no matter the reader’s clutter level or emotional resistance to decluttering. She helps identify procrasticlutter–the stuff that will get done eventually so it doesn’t seem urgent–as well as how to make progress when there’s no time to declutter.
Such a great way to declutter Melissa!
Thank you for sharing your declutter challenge and printable at the Create, Bake, Grow & Gather party this week. I’m delighted to be featuring it at tonight’s party and pinning too.
Happy New Year!