$29.00 USD

BONUS: Get the Decluttering Quick Start Guide (value $59) for just $11!

  • Decluttering Decision Tree

If you aren't sure what to keep and what to get rid of, walk through this decision tree to make clearing the clutter super simple and easy.

  • Sentimental Items Checklist

Wondering what to do with sentimental items? Use this quick sheet for how to handle the sentimental clutter

  • Simplified Shopping Guide

Have a plan when you head to store can help you master your shopping. Decluttering is JUST as much about intention with the flow of items in as it is with getting rid of stuff in your space.

  • COVID Contactless Decluttering

We get it. Decluttering right now is NOT the same as it was a year or so ago. Yet that doesn't mean we can't declutter. We've scoured the internet for you to find a list of "contactless" decluttering resources so that you can get the stuff out of the house as easy as possible.

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The Clutter Master Challenge: Ditch the Clutter & Create More Freedom

When you snag this CHALLENGE and workbook, you'll have a 5-week guide to clutter clearing freedom!

What you'll get:

  • Simple Daily Habits to Create More Space
  • Only one simple area of clutter to tackle each day, in less than 15 minutes a day

**30 Day Guarantee! If you follow this challenge for 30 days and aren't satisfied, just send us an email and we'll give you your money back.**

What People Are Saying:

Going through the 30 day challenge has made me intentional on going through areas I wouldn’t have on my own (or maybe eventually?) Just for starters, in the past month, I’ve cleared out kids outgrown clothes, gone through old cards, magazines, cleaning supplies, kitchenware, games and art cupboards & junk drawers, used up a few old lotion bottles, and even started wearing makeup again (trying to use up makeup remover wipes I already had opened before they dried up.) New mindsets and mantras keep me on track like ”clutter breeds clutter,” “money in, money out,” and I’m slowly learning to focus on what matters most....like relationships/how I spend my time! Another take-away is that setting by example and encouraging is better than forcing decluttering on my kids. Each day’s task is so simple and really doesn’t take that long. I actually look forward to the emails with the links to the short videos holding the intention for the day, and even when I get a little behind, it’s not hard to get caught up. The process of decluttering can absolutely feel overwhelming, but in baby steps, it feels attainable, and it feels great accomplishing those small goals and clearing things out!