52 Weeks To A Simplified Home: Project 9

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Now that the dinning room is done I have decided to move on to the downstairs bathroom.

bathroom cupboardI chose to start on the cabinets below the sink. It was quite a jumble of products down there.

product pileI took everything out of both cupboards and cleaned the spilled super washing soda off the bottom of the cabinet ( that is the white stuff you see in the photo. I love super washing soda for natural cleaning, it cleans gunk off of doors and does an amazing job on walls. It also does wonders on mustard and grass stains.

bathroom cabinet doneI divided the products up into two piles, cleaning products and personal products. I made one cabinet a cleaning supply cupboard and the other cabinet now holds our personal product stash.

You might notice that the cabinets in this bathroom are unstained and that is because my husband got about 80% done on this bathroom and then moved on to another project, leaving the cabinets without trim. I have been waiting for him to get back to it and finish the trim so I can stain them. Not thinking it will happen soon though. Oh well he is a great help around the house and he doesn’t have a lot of extra time on his hands so it can wait.

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52 Weeks To A Simplified Home: Project 8

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I  procrastinated on doing this week’s project leaving it until just yesterday. Problem was yesterday seemed already packed and I woke up in a grouchy mood, meaning I really had to push myself to get the work done.

side table I decided to do the one last area of the dinning room that needed decluttering. I call this our side board. It is really just a $7 yard sale find I had my son repaint. I am not sure what the pieces original purpose was but it fits in this spot of our dinning room perfectly

We use it mainly to store some photo albums, the kids Nintendo DS systems that they don’t use except for when we go camping (yeah we don’t rough it when we camp) and my husband’s paper piles.

Just like I use the top of the dresser in the dinning room as my home office, my husband uses several baskets on this piece of furniture as his home office. Not ideal but it works.

empty side boardFirst I emptied out the entire cabinet. Then I gave it a good dusting. I also pulled it away from the wall and cleaned behind it.

I then went through the contents. I didn’t add much to the giveaway pile. I did have a pile of small tools to put downstairs and a pile of cleaners to put in the bathroom. The end result is not impressive, mostly because a lot of the paper stuff is my husband’s and he wasn’t home when  I did this so I got rid of 100% pure junk only, like receipts for take out meals, and left the rest of the stuff for him to go through.

side board doneI guess it does look somewhat neater and I do now have an entire empty shelf. I am thinking of finding a basket that would fit in the empty shelf so my husbands paperwork could go in there instead of the one on top of the cabinet. That would free up space for a framed print to be displayed. I really do prefer display items only on top of furniture.

Oh and if you are wonder what is in those three sugar bowls those are my children’s pay slips for chores.

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52 Weeks To A Simplified Home: Project 7

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This week I realized that thanks to my husband pitching in and decluttering a few areas of the house on his own (I love my cleaning man) I was ahead of schedule.

Looking around though I realized that instead of moving on to another area I really needed to spend my time cleaning up some mess that our weekend away had made, as well as a busy week.

our weekend getaway messWe went on a night away just the two of us thanks  to a Christmas gift from my husband’s parents, and gift cards earned on Black Friday. When we got home we just dumped our stuff and went running into the week. Several days later our pile was still here! Embarrassing.

mess in the dining roomThis mess was created by 2 weeks of dumping the groceries out of bags and boxes and then never getting around to putting the bags and boxes away. Oh and tools are from a project my husband is working on for our church.

againThis pile really got to me. I just cleaned this area 2 weeks ago! The kids have a bad habit of piling stuff here from the dining room table when I tell then to set the table for dinner.

I got to admit I looked at all the mess and was a bit overwhelmed especially since I had so much on my to do list the day I decided to tackle this.

timer on my ipodI decided the best way to motivate myself to get the work done was to set a timer and see how fast I could get it done.

timer all done

In just over 16 minutes all three areas were decluttered . I promise I didn’t cheat either. All the things in the piles went to their proper homes.

decluttered couch

jacks tools

dinning room table decluttered againMuch better. Oh and if you wondering why I left that one box of tools in the middle picture, well my husband is still currently working on that project every night in the TV room off the dinning room and so I decided it was best to leave it handy for him and just re-box it up so it all fit in one box.

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What I Have Learned So Far From 52 Weeks To A Simplified Home

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I am just over 6 weeks into my goal of decluttering one area of my home for every single week of 2015. I am loving all the people who have joined in the challenge with me and are active over in the Snail Pacing Goal Achievers facebook group.

Not all the members of the group are working on decluttering as I made it open to anyone working on a goal in 2015, but most are and the support has been great.

6 things I have learned about decluttering since starting my year long journey to a simplified home

With so much of  the year ahead of me, I am surprised by all the project has taught me already.

6 Things 52 Weeks To A Simplified Home Has Taught Me So Far

1. Rooms seem much larger, brighter and cleaner when you have less stuff.

For about a good week after I finished decluttering the last area of the library, I couldn’t come down the staircase of our home without saying “wow I can’t believe how much bigger this room looks”.

I know it should be a no-brainer less stuff of course equals more space, but for some reason it shocked me just how much more space we would gain.

2. It is quicker to pick up a room when it is clutter free.

Before decluttering the library I use to spend at least 10 minutes a day tidying it up  and then throw my hands up and say “good enough for the friends I keep” and moved on to tidying up another room .  After decluttering  I can clean up the whole room including straightening the shelves of the built in bookcase in 2 to 3 minutes tops.

3. Decluttering doesn’t really take that long.

Before I took the time to break down every inch of our home into 52 different areas, I was overwhelmed by the idea of a full house declutter. I would read books swearing a whole house declutter job could be done in a weekend and feel mentally frozen by that revelation. “Where on earth do I start?”

Having a plan and the knowledge that this week I just have to concentrate on this area, has really help me see that decluttering doesn’t take as long as you might think. All the projects I have done so far have taken me under an hour with some taking less than 30 minutes.

Will I ever take on a full house top to bottom declutter project? Nope, I did it once when we moved from British Columbia to Indiana and although it worked great to get our house sold much faster than expected it is overwhelming and exhausting. I would only recommend it to those wishing to get their homes ready for realtor showings.

6 weeks in and I am thinking, this 52 week to a simplified home project is going to be a year after year goal. I much prefer doing things at a snail pacing rate.

4. A great decluttering session starts with a good decluttering routine

A few weeks in I got a good decluttering routine going. It goes like this

  1. Asses the area and decide the best way to attack it (for example do I empty the area out all at once or one drawer or box at a time)
  2. Grab the recycle bin, a garbage bag, a box for giveaways and a box for things that go else where.
  3. Clear out area (as much as I am doing at one time)
  4. Clean cleared area
  5. Go through stuff, recycling, giving away and placing items in other places box.
  6. Put what is left back in area.
  7. Put recycling and trash away, put things to give away in my husbands truck (more on this in the next point)
  8. Finally take the box of stuff that belongs elsewhere and put the contents away.
  9. Step back and take in the progress I made.

The hardest part is step 8 and 9, by then I just want to admire my decluttered space, but I force myself to deal with the items no longer going in the space first.

5. Get rid of the giveaway box right away.

If you let the giveaway box sit in your home too long, you or the kids, or you hubby will become tempted to take the item out because “surely you could use it some where” or “well my aunt so and so did give it to me” or……….(put in your excuse here).

The longer the box sits there the more excuses that you create to keep it.Since I am the worst one at this in our home, I am trying to be very disciplined about marching the giveaway box right to my husband’s truck the first minute he is home, and having him drop it off so I can’t try and sneak things out of the pile before I place it in the drop off box at the thrift store.

6. Decluttering is contagious.

Since I started this project I am noticing that my cleaning husband who usually just cleans around clutter is actually going through piles and dealing with the items in them. He has taken 2 or 3 boxes worth of stuff to the thrift store that he found while tidying up that he figured we no longer needed. He did ask me to check the boxes to make sure he wasn’t giving away something I wanted to keep, and I can honestly to say, I didn’t keep a thing out of those boxes.

I am loving this as it means less work for me as the year goes on.

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52 Weeks To A Simplified Home: Project 6

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Six weeks into this project already. I have to admit some weeks I don’t mind posting photos of my mess at all since it seems pretty normal. But then there are weeks like today, where I feel slightly embarrassed by my mess. However perhaps embarrassment is needed if I am ever to cure myself of my piling habits.

my sports gear messThis is the dresser where I store all my workout clothes, and my workout gear. It is in my dining room of all places. Why? Because I use to workout early and my husband use to worked late, so to avoid waking him up we both agreed to moving my workout stuff to the dining room and that is where it has stayed for years and years.

Why a dresser full of workout gear. Well I do live in Indiana where it has been said that you can start your day in a winter parka and end it in a tank top and shorts. Because of the moody weather, I have workout clothes for rainy days, snowy days, cold days and hot days. I also have workout gear for running, biking and swimming.

Why all the mess of papers on top of the dresser? We don’t have an office in our home, so the top of the dresser is my filling cabinet. This is one thing I plan to change by the end of this 52 week challenge. I am hoping by tossing out the unnecessary I can make room for an office space somewhere that is big enough to hold all our papers and office supplies.

The junk beside the dresser. More office supplies, and more workout gear and …….a lot of other stuff that shouldn’t be there.

dresser drawers.I started the declutter process by putting the drawers on the living room floor. I then emptied out the drawers one at a time. I vacuumed dust out of each one and placed only the items I really use back in the drawers and discarded the other items.

dresser drawers all cleanFrom exploding to lots of room. That looks so much better doesn’t it.

recycling and giveawayBy the time I was done I had half a ThredUp box full of recycling and half a Zulily box full of things to go to the thrift store. Online cloth shopping has more perks than great deals it also gives you free decluttering materials :).

trash from dresserI also filled up half a kitchen trash bag with trash. YIKES!

I forgot to take a picture of me decluttering the top of the dresser, but I did pretty much the same thing. I cleared it all off and emptied the containers one by one.

dresser all doneIn the end the area still looks somewhat cluttered but it is the best I can do until I move on to other areas of the home and find better spots for some of the things that are here. Which is another lesson I am learning in this challenge;to make the best use of the space we have. We have only one closet on the main floor of the home and when I get to it I hope to put it to better use to store things that we don’t need others looking at while having dinner at our home, such as sports gear.

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52 Weeks To A Simplified Home: Project 5

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This weeks project was so small and quick compared to last weeks. Strange too, since I have been dreading decluttering this area for a while.

folding tableI know the top of the folding table doesn’t look that bad, but it is those baskets underneath that had me afraid. Would they hold as much junk as last weeks drawers?

purse collectionPurses! That was all that was inside. Yes that is a lot of Vera Bradley. In my defense I live 30 minutes from the Vera Bradley factory and 45 minutes from where they hold their annual sale. So these purses cost me a fraction of retail.

Of course I don’t need this many so really there is money wasted in these baskets. After all we only carry one purse at a time.

When the kids were younger I switched purses often. I had one I liked for all day outings. One I liked when it was date night and I didn’t need all my mom stuff. One I liked for church. And on and on….

Now that the kids are older, I pretty much have 2 purses in fall colors, one large, one small and 2  purses in summer colors one small and one big. I also have a special evening bag for special events. That is 5 purses, and there were way more than that in these two baskets.

empty basketsTo decide which ones to keep and which ones to add to the box on the way to the thrift store, I emptied both baskets out entirely. I then went through all the purses, as well as vacuumed out the baskets to get rid of dust.

purses to keepIn the end I got the purses down to just one basket and this basket also contains the backpack I use on long bike rides and the carry-on bag and huge purse I like to use when I travel by plane (which hasn’t happened in a while but  I also use them for weekend getaways) .

books in basketIn the bottom basket I put all my husband’s DIY home renovation books that were on the big built-in bookshelf. As I declutter this year one of my goals is also to rethink where things are stored so that things we use daily are in reach and things we use only now and again are stored in what I like to call “non-prime real estate”. In other words places not as simple to get to.

folding table all doneIt didn’t take long to go through the papers on the top of the table. What you see left is a folder for collecting tax papers as they arrive. I like it out in the open to remind myself to gather things before the appointment with our account later this month. I am a very visual person, so visual reminders are key for me getting things done.

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52 Weeks To A Simplified Home: Project 4

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It felt so good to finish decluttering the library this week. I swear the room feels bigger. Which, it should considering over the last 4 weeks I have removed 5 plastic grocery bags full of trash, and filled one box for the second hand homeschooling curriculum sale I do every year, plus 3 more boxes went to the local thrift store.

Realizing I took that much out of one room, is kind of satisfying and disgusting at the same time.  Satisfying that the room is now simplified;disgusting that it got that bad in the first place.

wardrobeAgain no staging here, oh how badly I wanted to remove those baskets full of shoes. We don’t have a front entrance closet at all so those baskets are our solution to shoes everywhere. The broom was left by the child who had sweeping this room as a chore the day before. The cardboard you see stuffed beside the wardrobe is the white science project boards I use to take my blogging pictures.

As you can see the horrible secrets of what is inside the cabinets is already leaking out into the room. That is yarn you see sneaking out of a draw there.

wardrobe openThe cabinet is full of picture albums, yarn and craft supplies.

cleaning wardrobeFirst I emptied out the entire wardrobe and then wiped it all down with our families favorite cleaner from ePantry (save $10 off your first order of $30 or more when you sign up through my referral link).

wardrobe messThe amount of stuff the wardrobe was holding was kind of overwhelming to look at.

chair of wardrobe junkYep that is right, the contents filled up the couch, the chair and a coffee table and spilled onto the floor. I must admit I just sat and stared at it for a few minutes not knowing quite where to start.

pattern binderI had forgotten all about this binder full of patterns I thought I might want to try some day. Ah the days before Pinterest.

recycle binIn the end I kept just a small handful of patterns. I kept to my promise of keeping only things for the stage of life I am currently in, not the one I might be in someday, and not the one I was once in.  I also figured pretty much any craft I want to try I can find a tutorial on Pinterest for.

trash from wardrobeI am very embarrassed to show you just how much trash came out of that wardrobe. About half of it was clothes I put in there to mend, and well……I don’t mend. I always like the idea of mending. It is thrifty, and green but I never make it a priority. The mending pile had been there so long that there was a maxi dress for my daughter that she could now wear as a shirt. SHAMEFUL.

The other half of the trash was empty plastic bags and pieces of this and that I had kept hoping to find the rest of the ..this and that. It has been years I don’t think they are showing up now and even if they do I don’t think we need them.

more stuff to give awayI also filled up about half of a box with stuff for the thrift store.

glove and hat drawerI had so much room in the drawer area of the wardrobe when I was done purging, I was able to devote a drawer to gloves, and another one to hats. This gave me room in the bookshelf I did earlier this month for my sewing box which meant I could now use the top of the wardrobe just for display items.

done wardrobe.I am very happy with the end result. My bamboo knitting needles now have their own home in one of the glass jars on the top of the wardrobe. Which I think adds the perfect homey touch.

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52 Weeks To A Simplified Home: Project 3

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This week I decided to tackle the long sofa table. At least that is what I am calling it. It is a table my husband made for me one year.

sofa table declutterRemember I promised no altered pictures. Oh how I wanted to at least remove my shoes from the floor and the blanket and jacket on the chair before taking this picture.

Now some of you might be eying those 2 board games and going “hey didn’t she take those to the thrift store last week?” Yes you are right they were in the thrift store pile but then a teacher friend of mine saw them in last weeks pictures and asked if she could have them for her classroom. She was in luck my husband had not dropped the stuff off at the thrift store. So after decluttering this week, they are now in my car to give to her next time I see her.

Also I don’t normally keep cleaners in the library but I had been taking pictures for my ePantry post and I just dumped them here. They are now in the bathroom cupboards. I promise :)

Now that I am done making excuses for the sad shape this area is in lets get on to decluttering.

sofa table uncoveredNow you know another secret. The table has yet to be painted even though my husband made it 7+ years ago. Which is why it has the table cloth over it.

First I took everything out of the table and went through each and every basket.

box for thrift storeWhen I was done I had filled an entire box with things to go to the thrift store including a few puzzles, and a tablecloth.

sofa table doneAs you can see the contents of the baskets are no longer over flowing.

sofa table top all doneOne of the reasons the top of the sofa table was so clutter was that after the Christmas stuff was put away we never brought down the things that normally sit on it. A big blank surface like that is a clutter magnet in our home, so I went into the attic and got a few things to display on it. A picture drawn by my daughter, some yard sale found pottery vases, flowers given to me by my hubby, and one of my favorite willow tree figurines.

What did you declutter this week?

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52 Weeks To A Simplified Home: Project 2

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This week I decluttered a much larger project than last week.

decluttering of large bookcaseI decided to tackle the large bookcase in the library room.

I want everyone to know I am not doing any staging with the photos for 52 weeks to a simplified home, instead I am letting you see 100% how we live. I am not kicking cords out of the photo or moving empty boxes, what you see is our families home as is.

decluttered shelf emptiedThe first thing I did was completely emptied the shelf. Normally I will do shelf by shelf but sometimes I find that I am not as brutal with getting rid of things when I do that. There is just something about looking at a pile of what came out of one area that makes you face the fact that you have TOO MUCH, and that lights your fire to let  things go.

big mess decluterSee what I mean? That one book case essentially made 90% off the mess seen in this picture. Seeing it spread out like this made me be brutal about putting things in the donation pile and the pile for the homeschooler’s second hand curriculum sale.

seven generation cleanerBefore I started piling things back on the shelves I sprayed them all down with our homes favorite all-purpose natural cleaner, (which you can try for free this week through the ePantry deal).  The upper shelves especially had a lot of dust in the corners.

I then went through each and every item.

box for saleI filled up the box that I started last week with items for the Homeschooler’s second hand curriculum sale.

stuff for second hand storeThis entire pile is now in the backseat of my husband’s truck waiting for his next day off when he will drop by the thrift store and drop it all off.

trashI also threw out a bag full of trash. Mostly old receipts and such.

shelf all doneWhen I was all done I was really happy with the results. I was able to  give my sharing book bag and several other things a new home off our floor. I also now have an empty basket to drop my purse and keys in when I come in the front door.

What did you declutter this week? Don’t forget to join the Snail Pacing Goal Achievers Facebook group, where you can share your progress on this project or any other goals you set for yourself, and receive encouragement.

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Other times this quality  is awesome. Well actually as long as he isn’t telling me how to clean his love of cleaning is always awesome.

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Then one day he came home with really stinky cleaners that I knew would trigger my migraine headaches and what followed was a huge argument during which I found out he wasn’t cleaning because he didn’t like the homemade cleaners that I had started using  and he found out  that the traditional cleaners he loves trigger my migraines.

For a while I tried to win him over to homemade cleaners. I would give him demonstrations  how well they worked, kind of like the vacuum demonstration he gave me so many years ago which surprise, surprise backfired.

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ePantry candle

If you love scented candles, ePantry’s all natural soy candles that are scented with essential oils smell AMAZING.

yes to carrotsLow on shampoo? ePantry carries Yes To Carrot products. My family uses this shampoo daily and love it.

Huzzah friend referral imageOne way to save on future orders for ePantry

Once you have tried out the service and love it,  you can share ePantry with your friends and when they sign up you will receive a $10 credit that will be applied to your future orders and they will get $10 off their first order as well. That is a win win deal!

You can share ePantry through email, Twitter or Facebook or use the referral link URL that they provide.

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