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{31 days to an organized home} Day One: Organizing with Purpose

{31 days to an organized home} Day One: Organizing with Purpose
I organize my home because I believe that when we clear out the things that don't matter, we make room for the things that do. Because our hearts and minds can only take so much chaos. And life has enough chaos of its own. Because we need a daily refuge from the clutter and the noise and the blaring messages that wait on our doorstep. Because an uncluttered space creates an environment where we can learn and explore. And because when we clear out stuff, we make room for people What are your reasons for wanting to organize and declutter? This is the first post in a month long series, 31 Days to an Organized Home. I would love it if you'd join me for these 31 days of tips and inspiration to organize our homes.

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