How would you feel if someone popped over to your home for a visit right this minute? Did you break out in a panicky sweat. No worries if you did because today’s episode is walking you through 5 simple steps to get your home under control super fast.
Of course at the time this is released, we’re just coming out of a crazy year. I, like a lot of people, have not hosted guests or visitors to my home in over a year so to say my home is in a state of comfort is an understatement. There are more piles than I like and we’ve kept more things around than normal because for so long there was no normal.
And that means it’s time to deal with the clutter blindness so many of us have found ourselves suffering from recently - I’m not the only one, am I?
These 5 steps are the best ways I have found to get your home in shape as quickly as possible so that you can confidently open your home back up and invite friends over. They are not perfect forever solutions - we talk about that too - but they make the biggest impact in the shortest time so you can get on with living your life to the fullest.
This episode of the Wannabe Minimalist Show will help you discover:
- The 5 exact steps I use when I need to get my home in order quickly
- Why progress is better than perfection
- How to make the biggest impact in the shortest amount of time
- What clutter-blindness is and how to overcome it
- A bonus tip to help you sustain your progress and make sure you don’t go back to a messy home.
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