Decluttering Overwhelm

How to Handle Decluttering Overwhelm

I have been busily following my own advice and decluttering my house little by little.  I have managed to get through the kids clothes (times 5!), bathrooms, and dealing with paper clutter.  I’m feeling much better about those areas, but decluttering overwhelm has stopped me in my tracks. There is so much left to accomplish, and each project has taken me longer than expected. The philosophy of minimalism is being embraced by people everywhere. It’s appealing to … Continue reading →

Rules of De-cluttering

6 Rules of De-Cluttering

When it comes to getting organized, one of the key elements must be de-cluttering. However, the very idea of getting rid of their possessions strikes fear into the hearts of many. As with any other process, it often helps to have some rules in place. Here are six rules of de-cluttering to help you take steps toward living a clutter-free life. Vow to Bring Less Home Most often we are concerned with the purging process of de-cluttering, but … Continue reading →

Decluttering Steps

10 Tiny Decluttering Steps You Can Take Today

If you’ve been procrastinating on a home decluttering project, chances are the reason behind your hesitation is feeling overwhelmed or just not knowing where to start. I know this is a big problem I face. My other problem is a lack of time to tackle big projects.  When examining decluttering methods, I really like the ones that focused on small decluttering steps daily over larger projects. So, when you find yourself stuck in a pattern of avoidance, … Continue reading →

Decluttering Methods

Decluttering Methods – Which One is Right for You?

If you’re feeling boxed in by the amount of clutter in your home, like me, you’ve likely come to the realization that it’s time to make a change. You’ve probably thought about what life could be like if you reclaimed your space, making it clean and organized. Decluttering means less stuff to organize but often parting with our stuff is harder than most of us think. And choosing how and what to get rid of can be an … Continue reading →

What is the Point of Organizing

What is the Point of Organizing?

As moms, homeschoolers, and entreprenuers we are constantly organizing things.  We seek to keep our homes clean and our families fed; we choose the best school environment or curriculum for our kids and then implement a plan to get it all done; and we organize our thoughts and make sure we have enough time set aside for our businesses as well.  But as you seek to organize all these areas of your life, have you ever stopped … Continue reading →

Responsibilities of Motherhood

Top 15 Posts to Help Juggle the Responsibilities of Motherhood

Mom. How can this one little word capture what a woman does for her family? Whether you are a mom to one or many, to babies, teens or every where in between; you stay at home or work outside the home; you are doing incredible work as you juggle the different responsibilities of motherhood.   One of our goals here at Organized Homeschool is to give you ideas, tips, and encouragement for an Organized Homeschool, Organized Life, and Organized … Continue reading →

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The Disciplined Pursuit of Less

In our daily lives, time management is very important. It can help us prioritize, arrange and perform tasks effectively. Imagine doing something without a plan. Definitely, you will never know where and how to start. You have to understand that time management skills are not skills you can acquire from school. It is best acquired through constant practice of what you have learned about mastering your own time and doing it effectively. Procrastination is the Enemy Procrastination … Continue reading →

Confessions of a Cluttered Crafter

Confessions of a Cluttered Crafter

Do you have an area of your home that seems to attract clutter? I’ve been working on taming the clutter monster in my own home. So, whether it is your school room or your whole house these tips from guest poster Jeriann Watkins about decluttering her craft room can be put into practice in your space. Since I was a kid, I have leaned toward creative activities. I always colored my pictures in rainbow. Time with my Grammy was … Continue reading →

Saying No Doesn't Mean You're a Bad Person

Saying No Doesn’t Make You a Bad Person

When to Say No Obviously, there are times when you should say yes rather than no. If your boss offers you a raise, you would be foolish to say “No thank you.” Alternately, you probably shouldn’t say yes to a 50% drop in salary either. So, when should you say “no”? You just say no when saying yes means compromising your values, health or wellness. This means critiquing your choice before you make it. Don’t rush into … Continue reading →

3 Lies the enemy wants you to believe

3 Lies the Enemy Wants You To Believe

I am so proud of myself for sticking with the Make Over Your Mornings course. I am learning so much. I wanted to share with you some things that Crystal teaches in Days 9 through 11 in her course. They are simple truths that we all have heard before but the way she explains them and how she shares her personal testimony really shines new light on some of the insecurities and struggles that we as mothers … Continue reading →