Rita Emmett’s Basic Clutter Fact: If you plan to get organized tomorrow, you’ve got to de-clutter today. Getting organized when you’re surrounded by clutter is so difficult, it’s almost impossible. But getting organized once your clutter is gone is almost effortless.
Cluttering is a habit that can be broken. Yes, cluttering IS a habit. A bad habit. But that means you DON’T have to live with it. You can kick that cluttering habit to the curb!
De-cluttering is simply disposing of things you don’t need, don’t want, or don’t have room for. Deciding what those things are is up to you. But if you have trouble doing this, recruit a friend (preferably a clutter busting friend) to help you. Their impartial view of your stuff can really help you decide what should stay and what really should go.
Clean It Up, Clear It Out, and Keep Your Life Clutter-Free! The Clutter-Busting Handbook can walk you through de-cluttering with humor and easy, practical guidelines.