The new school year is a time for new beginnings for parents and kids alike! But instead of buying, buying, buying, here are some tips to keep your back-to-school shopping efficient and clutter-free at the same time. Get ready for your most organized school year yet!
Spring cleaning is where most of us get stumped. Well, not this year. This year is different, my friend. Let's do some spring cleaning de-cluttered style, so you can form new habits that STICK.
Customize these clutter-free gifts for that special woman in your life: Mom.
There's a successful way and a not-so-successful way to have a garage sale. Here's how to ensure you earn top dollar for as many items as possible.
Here's how to give thoughtful, simple gifts without adding more clutter to yours - or anyone's - home.
Whether you're packing for a weekend getaway, business trip or family vacay, here's how to pack light and stress-free, no matter where you are going or who you're going with!
Here's how to sell your recently de-cluttered clothing and make some cold, hard cash for your efforts!
Believe it or not, I don't suggest donating your de-cluttered items to disaster victims. Here's why (and how to really, truly help those in need right now).
With Hurricane Irma approaching, use this comprehensive and practical list I created to alleviate some stress so that you can focus on the safety of you, your family and your community.
When it came to clutter, my kids reigned supreme. Between toys, art supplies, shoes, clothing, etc., I felt as though I was spending my entire day cleaning up after them. As I was cleaning up one mess, another mess was being made. So when I had to make a change, I was immediately drawn to the less-is-more lifestyle. And you know what I noticed about my kids since then? A lot.