Items that appear to be special or are truly special can get lumped together in our homes. Our storage areas overflow with our grandparents furniture, artwork, china. In addition to our children’s artwork, baby clothes, and other sentimental items. Learning how to decide which items you should keep and which you can part with is key for decluttering your home.
Clutter simply means items that you no longer find useful or special.
While I wish I could wave a magic wand and make all your unwanted sentimental items cleared out, I don’t have that kind of magic.
But, what I do have, is tools you can use to decide which items are worth keeping.
The Workbook For Decluttering Sentimental Items is your 38-page guide to doing just that.
The workbook is broken down into the following sections:
- What are sentimental items?
- How to declutter and organize sentimental items
- Guiding questions to ask as you declutter
- How to store items
- How to display items
- Tips for creating memory boxes
- Dealing with other people’s sentimental items
- How to set boundaries with family
- Checklists to keep you focused on the task at hand
Within each section, you will gain confidence to decide which items are worth saving. You will have tools to decide which items you are going to showcase and display around your house, and how to store items you want to keep. And you will gave knowledge for setting boundaries with what items come into your house, how you can declutter items that you don’t find special but someone else does, and examples of things to say to family regarding those items.
The checklists are the best way to stay focused. Plus the action plans included can guide you through the process.
Learn all the skills you need to part with unwanted sentimental items and feel confident about your decisions with the support of the Workbook For Decluttering Sentimental Items.
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