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Looking to clear your mind and your home? Follow these decluttering steps from local organizer Lynda Reider with Cut the Clutter RVA.

We all have spaces in our homes that cause us to feel anxious. Maybe you’re frustrated because you can’t find what you need when you need it. Perhaps it’s just easier to go buy those items, rather than looking for them. Maybe clutter is robbing you of your ability to focus on things you enjoy. Or, perhaps you’re tired of being the only one in your household who has to work through the clutter. 

Living in a clutter-free and organized home can mean less stress, better sleep, more energy, and better relationships. It can even save you money – you’ll know exactly what you have and where it is, so you will probably spend less.

There’s an old saying: How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time. Clutter can be that elephant. Decluttering and getting organized are all about small steps and small decisions. It’s about progress, not perfection. 

Here are ten steps to help you declutter and calm the feeling of being overwhelmed:

Read the rest of this article on RFM’s website…

10 Steps to Decluttering and Organizing Success – Richmond Family Magazine