Home Organization Strategies

Home Organization Strategies

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A collection of my blog articles on decluttering and organizing your home.

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What Is It?

Home Organization: Strategies For Decluttering Your Life is a collection of my blog articles on decluttering and organizing your home.

Home Organization Strategies

Topics include:

  • Decluttering your home
  • Simplifying your life
  • Living with less stuff
  • Organizing your space.

Who Is It For?

Home Organization Strategies

Home Organization Strategies is perfect for:

  • People who are surrounded by clutter
  • People looking for ideas and inspiration for an organized home
  • People who struggle to let things go
  • People who want to simplify life
  • People who are too busy for time-consuming projects.

What Do You Get?

Home Organization Strategies

Home Organization Strategies is an interactive PDF of 168 pages and includes:

  • 44 articles from my blog on decluttering and home organization
  • a personal to-do list for you to complete for each article.

What Will You Gain?

Home Organization Strategies

Home Organization Strategies gives you plenty of ideas and inspiration for a clutter-free, organized home:

  • Start with your Home Values
  • 3 Ways To Declutter And Organize Your Home
  • Out Of Clutter, Find Simplicity
  • Unwanted Gift Guide: How To Avoid, When To Give Away And What To Re-Gift
  • If It’s Not Useful Or Beautiful – It’s Clutter
  • How To Run Your Own Declutter Project
  • 7 Ways To Clutter-Proof Your Life
  • Want More Time And Energy? A Surprising Way To Get More Of Both
  • 3 Great Reasons To Start Today
  • Is Clutter Stopping You From Achieving Your Goals?
  • Get Organized With This Declutter Mantra
  • Get Organized For House Guests
  • Put Your Stuff In A Probation Box: How To Clear Clutter When You’re Scared
  • Get Organized For A New Year: 6 Dos And Don’ts For A Calm & Ordered Year
  • 20 Things To Tick Off Before The End Of The Year
  • But I Might Need It One Day! [How To Stop Making Excuses & Get Organized, Declutter & Simplify]
  • Simplify Your Life: What Not To Buy
  • Are You An Over-Saver?
  • Get Organized in 5 Minutes: Adopt OCI-OGO
  • Get Organized Fast: 7 Things You Can Do This Weekend
  • How To Get Your Groove Back (THEN You Can Get Organized)
  • What Will You Get Rid of Today?
  • Reality Check: Are You Getting Organized or Just Getting STUFF?
  • Get Organized in 5 Minutes: Trim Your Toolbox
  • Get Organized in 5 Minutes: Flick Negative Feelings
  • Get Organized in 5 Minutes: Fashion a First Aid Kit
  • How Clutter Can Hold You Back – From Love, Success & Health
  • Get Organized in 5 Minutes: Organize an ‘Outgoing’ Space
  • 7 Things To Spring Clean in 7 Minutes Or Less
  • Get Organized in 5 Minutes: Trim Your Tapes
  • Get Organized in 5 Minutes: Inspect Your Pillows
  • Get Organized Advice For Messy Teens
  • My Partner is a Hoarder. Help!
  • Hoarding: 7 Lies That Keep You Caught In Clutter
  • Declutter Your Life – Get More Energy
  • The One Thing You Must Do If You Want To Get Organized
  • How To Make Quick Decisions And Get Better Organized
  • How To Unpack Groceries For Freshness
  • My Very Best Life-Changing Tip For A Clutter-Free Home
  • How To Deal With OPD – Other People’s Disorganization: My Top 3 Tips
  • Moving House: My Top 3 Tips
  • Declutter Your Life and Home
  • 10 Awesome Organizing Tips for A New Year
  • Organize Your Living Room for Holiday Entertaining: 15 Targets for Clutter Blindness.

“I purchased the Premium Pack about 2 weeks ago and I’m almost finished going through the 12 areas of my life. I am so focused, almost addicted, to the program that I just want to keep going.”

Karen Perkins

This was an OUTSTANDING program Michele! Thank you so much for all your wonderful ideas/tips/instructions, I am forever grateful that I was able to rid myself of so much extra weight/stuff we don’t need/want anymore. More time to enjoy life with the things I do care about! :)

Tami Philbert

“Ok, so I started, I walked and filled. Suddenly I noticed, the bag was dragging and was bursting at the seams. Huh, ok another bag. Hey my 30 minutes is up, still I can’t stop now I’m just into the swing of things. So on and on and on. 4.5 hours later, 6 bags….and I haven’t even been into my garage yet. Hey this was a wonderful task, not only did I feel I uncluttered my home, I feel more room in my brain too.

John

Thank you so much for making your ideas available to us and easy access! Your ideas are fantastic. I just broke out the 30 Day Organizer and will be starting that soon for the often neglected areas…utensil drawers, closets & cupboards.

Christina Miller

“I literally did with my first mission what I really thought i would never be able to do. God do i feel wonderful, powerful, accomplished right now… you played an integral role in giving me tools to begin my day off with a blaze of optimism, accomplishment, and all the good stuff I said above.”

Harry Panitch

I came across your web site while looking for some organization/goal setting plans for my sons. I am a firm believer in goal setting and feel that organization/time management/goal setting are educational areas that are lacking in our schools these days. Your organizational tools are wonderful and very easy for young people to understand and learn.”

Steve Tames

“The thing I like most about it is that, for a list-maker like me, it’s irresistible: when I’ve made a list I just have to cross everything off it. In December I started on the household and got so much done… On xmas day I started with health & fitness and am very motivated.”

Nicki HutleySenior Economist

“I literally did with my first mission what I really thought i would never be able to do. God do i feel wonderful, powerful, accomplished right now… you played an integral role in giving me tools to begin my day off with a blaze of optimism, accomplishment, and all the good stuff I said above.”

Harry Panitch

I love YOU, Michele–for guiding me through this process! I just posted after pictures to pinterest–some of the changes appear small, but they are in fact HUGE! I mean, eating breakfast on the kitchen bar instead of having it covered with office stuff? GREAT! And having the printer in the same room where I work on the computer–now, that was a great idea:) And having the file box for bills and other paper at the same spot we drop all the mail…I am so excited! Thanks so much for all the help:) And I have also enjoyed the comments and processes of the other folks–some of their ideas prompted me to make some changes in my processes. THANKS! I will be doing other challenges :)

Ann Waddle

Michele, as I continue this massive purging, I am thinking about the fact that twice in the past I have hired a professional organizer to come in and help and advise me. Both suggested all kinds of systems… (the 2nd one actually found that the systems were there) but neither suggested this first step of purging! And it is not only having the step but supporting us with the logic that allows us to get rid of it when coming up with reasons for why to keep all this stuff. It has been gut wrenching and I could probably use a little therapy as a result :-), but I know that it is going to change my life when it’s done! Thank you!

Terri Beeler