Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Conquering My Clutter after our Big Move

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Six months ago, my family moved cross-country from the northeastern corner of Pennsylvania to Kansas City, Kansas. It's been a huge adjustment- from making new friends, to getting to know a new church, and starting homeschool with our oldest. Good stuff, but overwhelming at times!

One of the areas in our life that doesn't feel settled yet is our home. We chose a rental as a temporary solution because we're unfamiliar with the area. We weren't sure at first where we'd want to settle long term. This home has worked for us, but there are a few tensions with it that help us look forward to buying our own home.


I don't know how long I'll be in this house. But I'm tired of living in an in-between state, and I want to get it as comfortable, organized, and settled as I can for the comfort and convenience of my family.


While I'm a big purger by nature, and I did a lot of decluttering and getting rid of stuff before we moved, one aspect of life with small children is that stuff tends to constantly accumulate, grow, and get outdated. I feel like decluttering is a non-stop process!

One of my New Year goals is to go through our home, room-by-room, drawer-by-drawer, cupboard-by-cupboard, and closet-by-closet, getting rid of non-essentials and organizing each space to be functional. January has been all about getting my kitchen under control {pictures coming soon ;)}. I haven't decided which room to do next, but my kids room is probably the biggest disaster of all the options.


The Conquer Your Clutter Ultimate Bundle could not have come at a better time for me! From today, January 25th, until Monday the 30th, you can grab this bundle of 18 ebooks, 5 ecourses, and 15 printable packs {valued at $658.53} for only $29.97.

Some of the resources I'm most looking forward to include:

30 Days to a Clean and Organized Home by Rachel Jones. Mom of 6 in a small living space- I can't wait to read her suggestions and work through this!

Freed from Clutter: Declutter Course by Becky Mansfield. I love books as much as the next girl, but there is something extra helpful about watching videos, don't you think?

Home Management for the Homeschool Mom. Yes please! Adding school to our daily roster has really challenged my ability to keep our home running smoothly.

Organizing Life as Mom by Jessica Fisher. Jessica is a highly trusted blogger/homeschool mom of six, and I can't wait to glean wisdom from her!

The Printable Recipe Binder Kit by Kalyn Brooks. I've been eyeing this beauty for awhile now, so I was so excited to see it included in the bundle!

How to Create Your Own Printables by Laura Smith. This resource alone normally costs $49!!! Do you ever really love the look of a printable, but realize it's just incompatible with your personal needs? Me too!

I've purchased two of the Ultimate Homemaking Bundles in the past several years, and I've enjoyed {and am still enjoying!} the carefully curated resources they've contained. One of my favorites in a past bundle was the Motivated Moms chore planner, and the 2017 version is also included in this bundle. So thrilling!!



Want to join me in conquering our clutter? This wonderful resource won't be around for long! I'm excited to get more organized, lose some clutter, and start enjoying the home we're in more fully.

Do you have any home-related goals this year? Which room in your home do you have the worst time keeping organized?



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