If you find yourself constantly asking, “Where are my [insert your personal lost item here]?” Then it may be time to do a little decluttering. Having an organized home allows you to enjoy what you have more since it’s easier to find and gives you more time to enjoy time with family and friends, since you aren’t constantly searching for or fixing items you probably don’t need, anyway. With a few simple steps, you can be well on your way to having the clutter-free house you’ve always wanted, but never had the time to achieve.
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A child leaving the nest is an emotionally conflicting time in the life of a parent. If you’re facing this milestone with your adult child, it’s normal to feel a mixture of apprehension, excitement, and even sorrow. Whether they’re leaving home to start college, embark on a new career, or to begin their own family, you may be a bit overwhelmed. Many questions arise during this time, such as what this move will mean for your relationship with your child. One of the common challenges parents face is deciding what to do with all the belongings in their child’s former bedroom. Here are some helpful ideas for reducing the clutter in your child’s bedroom when they move away from home.
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It has been scientifically proven that clutter increases your stress levels. By decluttering your home, you can help decrease your stress levels and make life tolerable once again.