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13 thoughts on “Could De-Cluttering Work For You? The Benefits of Creating A Tidy Space”

  1. My house is such a mess since I have had kids. I figure that I will be able to declutter someday when they are all grown 🙂

  2. I desperately need to declutter. I have way too much stuff, my hubby has way too much stuff and all 4 of my kids have way too much stuff. I’ve been trying to donate at least one laundry basket of stuff each weekend I’m home. It’s slow going, but at least I’m getting rid of stuff! 🙂

  3. Hi Brandy,

    This is such a wonderful article. There is nothing better than keep your space clean. Sometimes we even keep items that are not useful because we are not sure what to do with them. We are the space we create around us.


  4. I’m one of those people who actually like Spring cleaning. It’s a time for me to get organized and to get rid of what’s not working, broken, old or just doesn’t have a use for me anymore.

  5. YES! Decluttering is so good for the soul. I find once I de-clutter even if a small one, it’s a huge turn around for me and my day.

  6. I agree with all of these points! My inner Type A will not allow me to properly function if I am not organized, but a good deep cleaning always brings an added layer of satisfaction.

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