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Life's Too Short for Clutter: Simplify With Me

Updated: Sep 23, 2019

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You want to know one of my pet peeves? Clutter. It can rob you of time, money, and overall wellbeing.

Time –– because if you own many things, you have to dust them, straighten them, find them if they're lost, and then put them away.

Money –– because you had to pay for the clutter to begin with.

Wellbeing –– because there is an undeniable stress when your home is messy, but... there's an undeniable sense of peace when your home is perfectly presentable to unexpected visitors at a moment's notice.

Ever since I was a little girl, I have had a love for organization. I was taught the old saying, "a place for everything, and everything in its place," and have lived by it to this day. Thankfully, my husband lives by that rule, as well. Things would definitely be harder if he was any different, but would not be impossible. Loved ones can still be trained. Life's too short for untrained loved ones. Even husbands! 🙂 (And before the emails start flying, I am advocating for training your family how to put things away, not for getting rid of a messy husband!)

Because decluttering is one of my hobbies, I look forward to sharing with you some tried and true tips to getting your space streamlined, presentable, and decluttered. Introducing.....

Since simplifying things is a 'process that removes excess,' we have carefully chosen the word "SIMPLIFY" to brand our method of decluttering, and also brand our beautiful (and fully functional) line of storage products which we will have available soon in the boutique. As a segment in our TV show, I'll be explaining how it works, and soon, you'll be able to use my technique in your own space.

Everybody loves the simple things. When things are simple, there is more room to fully enjoy life. Life is definitely too short for clutter. Come simplify with me... ❤️ ❤️ ❤️

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Julie Anders
Julie Anders
Aug 19, 2019

I very much look forward to SIMPLIFYING with you! I have gotten lazy and the clutter is not restful for my husband. I need help and I'm not afraid to admit that. I was not taught the principle of everything has a place, although cleanliness was well stressed in our home and Mom was neat (How did she do it? Milking a.m. & p.m.; large garden with canning & freezing, making dresses for us for school, along along with 3 meals a day!). I have always loved the saying, "live simply, so that others can simply live." I need to apply that to more areas of my personal life. I know the Lord is going to use you effectively to…


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