≡ Menu

The Definitive Guide to Organize Your Life And Get Rid of Clutter

“The things you own end up owning you.”
-Tyler Durden, Fight Club

Did you know that the average home size in the US has more than doubled in recent years?  According to the National Association of Home Builders, the average  new home was only 983 square feet in 1950 – compared with 2,349 square feet in 2004!  And yet we *still* often have trouble stuffing everything we own into our houses.  With all that extra space, it’s getting harder than ever to organize everything we own as well.  Our culture has embraced bigger is better, more is better.

Recently though, there’s been a backlash.  You’ve probably seen it as well: simplifying away from the inconsequential many – and getting back to the important few. Have you also felt the need to get back to what really matters?  Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed by the task of organizing – and decluttering – all the stuff you own?

Imagine working in a clean, organized work environment where you can find things easily – and have clear space to get what you need done.  I’ve found that knowing where everything is, and keeping my home and work space free from clutter helps me concentrate better and be more productive.

This article is broken into 3 parts:

  1. How To Declutter and Organize Your Home
  2. How To Let Go Of Individual Items – a.k.a. Common Reasons We Hold On To Stuff
  3. A Philosophical Discussion – Why Do You Have Clutter?

Let’s begin!

Part 1: How To Declutter and Organize Your Home

Pages: 1 2 3 4

How Many Of These Mistakes Hold YOU Back?

7 Reasons Good People Fail

Email (required):

Enter your email above and get 100% free instant access to:

  • Instant Updates of New Articles
  • Free Report: 7 Reasons People Fail
Click Here To Read Now
By Sid Savara
Published April 20th 2014
4.4 Stars
2462 votes
x

Just Released FREE Report -
The 7 Reasons People Fail

Enter your email now:

7 Reasons Good People Fail