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Is Clutter Taking Over Your Home?

Cindy was frustrated by the appearance of her home.  In fact she was so frustrated that she even closed doors to all of the rooms.   The first reason she did this was so visitors didn’t see her messy house.  But the main reason was for her – she didn’t have to look at the clutter either — But it didn’t help.  The closed doors just made her feel worse about her house knowing that behind those closed doors lurked a mess.  A mess that she was going to have to clean up, someday.

 

As if she didn’t have enough things to do by going to work, coming home, making dinner, and taking care of the family; clutter represented one more thing to do–one of these days. Doors just helped her procrastinate the inevitable, but it didn’t remove the frustration of knowing it was there.

kitchen clutter

Kitchen clutter

 

Cindy’s frustration was adding to the physical clutter by giving her mental and emotional stress.

 

Worry that someone would think she was a terrible housekeeper.

Wondering how she was ever going to crawl out from under the piles.

Thinking how much more work she now had to do.

 

A lot of people get very discouraged when they realize that their frustrations are due to their inability to keep their house organized.

 

But it’s not your fault.

No one taught you how to Clear the Clutter and STAY organized.

 

There was no class in school like Health or Home Economics to teach you.  So things just started piling up, and the more they piled up, the easier it seemed to just add to the pile!

 

Whether your clutter is in many rooms, one room, or you just want to learn some systems for organization, click the link below now to discover how to Cut the Clutter to Enjoy Your Life.  This course won’t just show you how to declutter, it’s going to teach you systems to be organized.

 

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