Have you hit your clutter rock bottom?
Have you finally realized you need to do something about your clutter because it’s negatively affecting your life, home, and relationships? Do you fantasize about renting a big bin and pitching everything into it? Do you dream about living a more simple life, with a lot less crap?
- You don’t know where to begin. It’s just too overwhelming!
- You need a royal kick in the butt to get started.
- You need a more realistic approach to organizing.
For the unmotivated organizer, such as myself, the No Excuse Approach to Kitchen Organizing teaches you to stop waiting for a magic motivator and just start doing. Stop comparing your home and life with others, and do what works for you.
If you are hoping I’ll give you some magic advice that will suddenly get you pumped about organizing…..sorry, I am not that kind of gal.
So, what kind of gal am I?
I am definitely NOT an organizing guru and have absolutely no desire to be one. Organizing is definitely not a passion of mine, and for many years….I rebelled against it.
I never considered myself a functioning hoarder until I found an old photo of my first-year dorm room.
As you can see, it was bad, and I am sort of surprised that I could even function in that room. No wonder I was always studying in the library. This time in my life was my clutter rock bottom, and I had a revelation …
Too much crap + Too small enough space = Stress
I am the kind of gal that is going to hold you accountable and not let you off because of excuses.
- Sugar coating what you have to do to get organized is NOT something I do.
- I believe you have to find what works for you and your family.
- Sorry in advance…..but I might swear once in a while. I don’t mean to, it just slips out.
Have you ever done something that you didn’t really want to do, but after you did it, you wondered why you didn’t do it years ago?
That is what getting organized is going to feel like.
You have to put in the work and trust you are going to love the feeling. You don’t often hear…
“Yeah, I got organized and it ruined my life. I am so stressed.”
Trust me, that daunting thought of sticking to a routine is not even going to matter because you love the feeling you get by owning less crap … and knowing where the crap you do own is located.
Why do I like to focus on kitchen organizing?
My kitchen is the family hub. It is our gathering place; the place I spend the majority of my time. Organizing my closet is helpful, but I don’t spend nearly as much time in there as I do my kitchen.
I believe if you see results, where it matters the most, doing the rest of your home, will be a breeze. Dare I say you might be excited about it?
So let’s get started! Action speaks louder than words. Right?