Creative Storage and Organizing Solutions for Small Spaces

I love finding creative new organizing solutions for my home and I love it when I can help my clients to find the same. A lot of us have small spaces so it can be important to figure out how we can store items that we need to keep.

Use a small dresser or a shelf in a closet or a bathroom to store items in – I love this idea

Credit: Rex Van Del

Crates are fun and can be used in many ways. A friend of mine has hers standing up on a table with her books piled in there. It looks great. They can be used to make book shelves or just two of them can be used like this in a bathroom. So cute!

A coffee table or your television stand can be a great place to store some things that you might need in your living area. Foot stools can also be handy for storing things.

Here is ours – I had trouble finding baskets to fit – I feel inspired now to look again

I love baskets and use them in my home in numerous ways. I took down a couple of cupboard doors in the kitchen years ago and put these baskets in instead. One is used for tea and the other is for crackers. I have a small kitchen (which I am planning to update this year to make it more user friendly for us). I use baskets for snacks, on my dresser and in the bathroom to hold items. They just keep everything so neat. Tip: If you find that you have a pile of things accumulating……this might be a good place for a basket.

“Going out to look for new bins can be a distraction from doing the actual work”

The beginning of the year is the time when retail stores are marketing their bins for sale. I really believe its best to hold off on that. It is best to sort, declutter and organize first and see what you have. You will see what you absolutely need to store and you might even find that you have some empty bins or other storage solutions. Tip: If you are storing things that you need to keep in a cardboard box, I would definitely switch up to a plastic bin. Otherwise if you cannot do that, keep the cardboard up off of the floor.

If you have been following me for awhile, you know I am not a big fan of under the bed storage but if you have limited space this might be the best solution. I would suggest bins if they fit or zippered plastic cases.

There are so many great ideas on Pinterest. You can search any challenge or idea you are thinking about. Check out my page here

What creative storage and organizing solutions have you found in your home?

Happy Decluttering and Organizing

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How Can Journaling Prompts Inspire You to Declutter?

The power of journaling is undeniable.  Journaling prompts can help us to have some direction in our writing.  If you can sit with it and allow your thoughts and your pen to flow you will be surprised at what will come up for you.  

Having a safe place to work things out or through is so beneficial.  Our thoughts and beliefs about the process of organizing and decluttering can actually hold us back from doing the work or believing that we can make a change. 

There is something to be said about getting our thoughts out of our heads and down on paper and into a place where we can examine them and make a plan from them. Being honest with ourselves and questioning some of our beliefs is where our power lies and will help us to change our mindset and perspective on a situation.

For example:  This is the first question in The Decluttering Journal 

What I love about my clutter is………

Your first thought might be “I don’t love anything about my clutter, why would I love it”. However, there are reasons why and benefits that you may not have thought about.  

“My stuff helps me to feel safe and comfortable” 

“My treasures are pretty and nice to look at”

“It helps me to remember my past and are a connection to my family”

“My stuff give me a feeling of security – it can’t hurt me

“I am in my happy place when I am surrounded by my stuff”

No wonder this can be complicated.  Right!  On the one hand its causing me to feel overwhelmed or chaotic but on the other hand I feel these other positive feelings. Ugh!  What do I do?  

Thinking about what I can do to make things easier for today is where our superpower lies.   It can feel so enlightening, empowering and gives us a sense of control over our stuff.

Once you understand what’s holding you back the path forward becomes more clear. 

A Journaling Practice will help guide you on your decluttering journey.  The daily “to do list” helps you to think through what you have accomplished the day before and leads you to think about the important things to focus your attention on today. 

Would you like more info like this? Are you on my email list? I am planning a three part series that only email subscribers will get. This series will include more journaling prompts, guided meditations and tips and inspiration to work on a journaling practice. You can sign up here!

Happy Journaling!

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Journaling Prompts to Help You to Declutter Your Home, Mind and Life

I know what you are thinking.  I am not able to get a handle on my stuff, I am feeling overwhelmed, don’t know where to start or what to do and now you want me to sit down and write in a journal.  Are you kidding me?  I don’t have any time for that! 

Well, I am here to tell you that taking the time will help you to feel more in charge, inspired, confident to get started and ready to dive in with both feet.  It doesn’t have to be a lot of time.  Five or ten minutes a day (or even every second day) is great.  Put it on your calendar or on your to do list for that day.  Whatever will work for you.  

I know I make it sound easy, however, journaling can take a bit of effort.  We need to be in a good space emotionally and also in a place where we won’t be interrupted for a short period of time. This is your journey and the more you put into it, the more you will see your progress.  I really believe that doing this work will actually give you time back. We are making space for us!

The Decluttering Journal is now live and here is the link to purchase. (CAD)  It’s so pretty and I mean really, who doesn’t love a new journal.

I got the idea for the journal after sharing journaling prompts in the Declutter Your Life and Mind Facebook group on a regular basis. You can join us here if you wish. Group members are so insightful with their responses and they have made some amazing strides in their lives and in their homes. 

Here are a few sample prompts for you to get started:

My biggest challenge when it comes to decluttering and organizing my home is…….

The reasons for wanting to work on decluttering and organizing are ……

The one thing I can do today to move forward with my home goals is……..

You might have just a quick short answer or maybe you will write and write and write.  There are no rules. Just allow your pen to flow. Just write and see what comes up for you.  

Examining our deeper thoughts (and why’s for doing this work) will help us to get to the root of our clutter and we will feel more confident and inspired to get moving.  

I would love to hear from you. How did you do with this journaling exercise? Just reply to this email.

Need some accountability? Connect with me here!

Happy Journaling and Decluttering!

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Transform Your Life with Powerful Small Habits

Happy New Year! 

I am actually not into New Years Resolutions.  Shocking, I know.  I do love working on goals though and usually have personal and business goals that I am working on on an ongoing basis.  This year in particular I am thinking more about habits.  

We make resolutions to lose weight, to eat better, get healthy, start exercising, quit smoking or drinking alcohol, or to get organized, etc.  Those are all great areas to work on however, they are big and often we just want the end result.  We haven’t considered the small steps needed to get there. The rate of failure around these goals is huge. 

So, let’s consider this.  What if we think about habits instead?  Habits – which can be like small steps to get to where we want to go.  If you have ever tried to change habits, you know it is not easy.  

I have been reading Atomic Habits by James Clear and wow it is such a game changer!

Here are some ideas from his book:

“The process of behaviour change always starts with awareness. You need to be aware of your habits before you can change them.”

“Habits are the compound interest of self-improvement.  Getting one percent better every day counts for a lot in the long run.” 

“The most effective way to change your habits is to focus not on what you want to achieve, but on who you wish to become.”

“Your identity emerges out of your habits.  Every action is a vote for the type of person you wish to become.”

Some Easy Habits to Work On: 

Making your bed every day – it feels so good to walk into your bedroom and see that the bed is made. It only takes a couple of minutes (if that) and It means you can lay down and have a nap or maybe meditate for awhile.  (Get Organized)

Folding your laundry when it comes out of the dryer – this saves you time later and avoids those wrinkles that can occur.  It also helps you to stay on top of the laundry which helps you to have clean and unwrinkled clothes when you are looking for what to wear. (Get Organized)

Doing the dishes once or twice a day and keeping up with them – means you have room to cook a meal and to find the dishes and utensils you need when you need them. (Get Organized, Get Healthy)

Tidying up on a daily basis – when you leave a room take something with you to put away or tidy up a bit before bed.  This little hack will pay off in the long run and keep your place looking tidy and less cluttered.  (Get Organized)

Sleeping better – going to bed at a regular time, limiting devices, doing some reading with an actual book before falling asleep, listening to a meditation, etc.  Sleep is so important and helps us to be on our game the next day.  (Get Healthy)

Exercising and moving more  – 10 minutes a day, stretches before bedtime, going to the gym a couple of times a week,  joining a program with others , a 10 minute walk, dancing to a few songs – keeps it doable so that it starts to become a habit. (Get Healthy and Fit)

Eating Better – add something healthy to your menu plan each week. Substitute unhealthy snacks for healthier ones. Limit yourself to one small bowl of chips instead of two. Whatever you can do that makes sense to you if this is your goal.  (Get Healthy and Fit). 

It’s really amazing how these habits can really work together.  

A few habits I am working on:

  • Reading from a book every night before bed. I was using Kindle but it’s too easy to start scrolling and then I can’t sleep.  
  • Writing on a regular basis whether it’s in a journal, for a blog post or a possible book.
  • Learning more about plant based nutrition as we have changed our diets.
  • Ongoing habits of healthier living – yoga, walking (even if its 10 minutes at a time), stretching and meditation.
  • Tidying up each evening before bed.

How is the New Year shaping up for you? Do you set New Years Resolutions or Goals? Are you considering working on small habits instead?

Need more support and guidance? I am just a phone call or an email away. Contact me here if you would like a Complimentary Coffee Chat

Happy Decluttering!

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Let’s Simplify For The Holidays

Most of us can probably feel the energy and the anxiety of the festivities coming up. Just pop into any retail store and the music and the pressure to buy and give as much as possible is everywhere. There is this feeling of I better get this now before it is gone. You might even be thinking of previous years when you felt stressed the day before Christmas and you were worried you didn’t have enough or you missed someone who is sure to give you something. Ugh!! I remember one year as a youngster thinking I would stay up all night to finish knitting a scarf to give to my brother. Lol

When I was younger and a stay at home mom with two young children, I actually made all my gifts for family and friends. That was certainly a happy time even though we had little money. This was back in the day of macramé, knitting, crocheting and ceramics. I was so proud of those gifts and had really poured my heart and soul into them. I have heard of families having this as a theme for Christmas gifts.  Good idea that could be a lot of fun.

Anyway, back to now. I believe that things are changing and people are more aware of the fact that they do not need a lot of gifts. A lot of people in my circles say that if they “need” something they will just go out and buy it. The thought is “I want to let go of stuff, I really don’t need more clutter!” As we get older and might not be entertaining as much we realize we don’t need to decorate as much. We are ready to donate some of those decorations (early in the season is best). I was reading about people putting these type of items on the Buy Nothing sites and they are snapped up real quick and very much appreciated by the recipients.

Christmas is for the Children

Of course when it comes to children this can be a bit more challenging as Christmas is really for them.  Think back as to how it was when we were little and hopefully you have some good memories. What was your favourite gift or maybe it was an experience? I loved when it was snowy and we would go outside to play (maybe with our new toboggan) and then come in with rosy cold cheeks for a hot chocolate. And then there was the excitement of playing with our new gifts. So fun!

Some ideas for a Simpler Holiday

  • If you must give a gift try to make it a consumable gift – something that you can use – Here are some ideas for Clutter Free Gifts
  • Spend within your means and let others know you are making some changes this year – it’s okay to say no to events, traditions, parties, etc. if they do not feel right for you
  • Pare down your Christmas decorations that you are not using and consider gifting them to someone in need
  • If you love to bake – consider gifting friends and family with some yummy treats
  • Plan an outing for yourself and a friend – a music concert, a walk in the park, a special lunch out, etc.
  • If you are cooking a big dinner, ask for some help from family or friends
  • Give yourself permission to let go of a few things – let go of perfectionism
  • Plan for a new or different tradition
  • Volunteer at an organization where they support vulnerable people
  • Give yourself the Gift of Organization – you are worth it!
  • What else?

As always, I love to hear from you. How are you simplifying the holidays this year?

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What’s Your Clutter and Organizing Style?

Take the quiz and find out more about your Clutter and Organizing Style!

Are you a Minimalist, a Collector, a Sentimentalist or an Organized Chaos Enthusiast?

Knowing more about yourself can be the key to making progress in your home and also in your life. We all have our unique personalities and our own ways of being in the world. There are really no right or wrong answers.

All of these styles have their own set of unique strengths and skills that will help you as you navigate on this journey called life. You are not alone! Many of us have the same styles.

Here are the styles including a few of the traits.

Minimalist

As a Minimalist you prefer to keep your living space clutter-free.

Minimalism is a lifestyle that focuses on simplifying your life, living intentionally with fewer possessions and focusing only on the things you need.

You believe in the philosophy of ‘less is more’ and value simplicity and organization. It means making conscious choices about what you buy and how you live your life. 

Collector

As a Collector you enjoy surrounding yourself with various items that hold sentimental or aesthetic value. 

Your living space reflects your diverse interests and passions. 

You are able to make decisions about donating items from your home that you no longer need.

Sentimentalist

As a Sentimentalist you are strongly influenced by your emotions and lead with your heart, and your living space is filled with cherished memories and mementos.

This can be a wonderful quality to have because it allows you to cherish your experiences and the people you love. However, it can also make it difficult for you to let go of things that are no longer serving you.

Organized Chaos Enthusiast

As an Organized Chaos Enthusiast you thrive in an environment where things may appear messy, but have their own unique order. You enjoy the thrill of finding order in chaos and you have the ability to find patterns and create systems that work for you.

Feeling chaotic yet organized allows you to be creative. You are in your happy place when you are creating even if its messy.

To find out even more about your own personal style take the quiz

All of these styles have their own unique strengths and skills which you will learn about after taking the quiz. Focussing on your strengths can only enhance your life, helping you to move forward with confidence and decluttering both your home and your life.

Need more help? This is a great time to give yourself the gift of Organization. Here is the link to my services. Contact me here for a 20 minute Coffee Chat to make sure we are a good fit or send me an email at kimtremblay@sympatico.ca I would love to meet you!

Happy Decluttering!

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Clearing Clutter and the Art of Feng Shui

I am not an expert in this area but I have read a number of books on this subject. One of the first books I read and has been one of my favourites ever since is Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui by Karen Kingston. I used this book as my bible for quite awhile and fashioned the first talk I did on Decluttering Your Life with this book. Here are a few of the tips I talk about with my peeps.

1. Placement of Furniture

When it comes to your home the placement of furniture can be important.  You want the spaces in your home to have a good flow which allows for good energy.  You need space to move around, sit and have a chat with someone, or maybe do some reading with a good lamp. Think about the activities that you want to do in each of your rooms.  

2. Bedroom

You want your bed to be facing out from your room meaning that the headboard needs to be at a back wall facing the door. (if possible)

You don’t want to have things in your bedroom that do not relate to sleeping, rest, relaxation, intimacy….. you don’t want computers, other electronics, exercise bikes, or anything that is crowding out your space. It is best if it is a peaceful and calm space.

If you want to be in a couple relationship having two end tables and two lamps can be a good way to bring some love into your life and your space.

I have never been a fan of storing things under the bed but sometimes we have small spaces and this can be a good solution –  in Feng shui they would likely say no. However, if you need to do this because of space constraints I would suggest a zippered container or a tote with a lid that closes properly.

3. Big Furniture

Do you have big furniture in your home  – like an old sideboard, entertainment unit or a piano that has been sitting there forever? They can be hard to get rid of.  After awhile we just see through them and they become invisible and just a part of the space. Maybe they are buried under the stuff.  There is always a way to let go of these items though.  Keeping them just clogs up your home and your energy. 

4. Mirrors

You want your mirror facing inward to reflect good energy coming in and not flowing out. Mirrors can multiply things too so you want to be careful of where you are placing them.  They can make your space feel bigger if they are placed well.

5. Entranceways

This is a good area to put your attention to as entranceways are considered to be the mouth of your home and of course that is where the first impression comes from with others but also with yourself when you come home. 

6. Unfinished Projects

Also not good Feng Shui whether its unfinished renovations, things that need to be fixed, unfinished crafts, etc.  The problem is that we know they are there even though we might not be consciously thinking about them.  Make a plan to finish them or donate them to someone who will.

7. Dead Plants

If you have dead plants throw them out.  Also fake flowers or big plants can be okay but once they become really dusty or looking shabby its time to give them a shower in the tub or for them to go.

8. Other People’s Clutter

This could be other people who you live with which can be challenging. It could be that your adult children have left behind their belongings and do not take them because they don’t have the space or maybe they have other reasons. Maybe you were kind enough to allow someone to store some things in your garage and they are still there. This is your home and you get to make decisions about what you have in your space. There are things you can do to help move these situations.

I have a free ebook that might be helpful called How to Help Others to Declutter

There is so really much more we could talk about when it comes to Feng shui and so much to learn. I am fascinated by this topic. What about you?

Let me know if you would like to hear more about this subject or if you have any further questions?

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Fresh Green Energy in Your Space

Guest post by Mel Warrener

Something different today! This is a guest post from a friend of mine who is thinking about starting up her own blog. Plants can be a great addition to your space and are good Feng Shui. Plants make me so happy. I need to go plant shopping. Enjoy!

When I first read plants grow “Fresh Air” and remove indoor air pollutants I was hooked.

Since then, in every new house or renovated room before moving in I am planning/thinking of which plant and how many plants will work in my new space.

Plants energise a space and I feel plants bring a sense of life and soul indoors. Plants add colour, texture and are a cheap way to decorate a new space too.

To help you select a plant & style your new indoor space you will find a few tips below to hopefully inspire you to “Grow fresh Air” indoors.

Plant Gangs

Knowing a type of Plant Gang to suit a space inside is important. Grouping plants to their needs can assist in providing the right care for each plant. I have listed a few gangs that will help in choosing the right plant with the scientific name first then the common name.

Easy Care Plants – Low water requirements

  1. Sansevieria trifaciata – Mother in Laws tongue, Snake Plant
  2. Peperomia obtusifolia – Baby rubber plant
  3. Ficus elastica – Rubber Plant.
  4. Zamioculcus zamiifolia – ZZ Plant
  5. Dracaena marginata – Dragon Tree

Darker Room – Plants that can cope with lower light.

  1. Spathiphyllum wallisii – Peace Lily
  2. Aspidistra eliator – Cast Iron Plant
  3. Asplenium ridus – Birds Nest Fern
  4. Philodendron scandens – Heart Leaf Philodendron
  5. Fatsia japonica – Japanese aralia

Best plants to grow Fresh Air

  1. Sansevieria trifaciata – Mother in Laws tongue, Snake Plant – works hard at nighttoo. I like this one in my bedroom.
  2. Epipremnum aureum – Pothos, Devils Ivy – great at increasing air quality.
  3. Ficus elastica – Rubber Plant – Emits high oxygen content.
  4. Hedera helix – English Ivy – a good one at removing airborne mould.
  5. Spathiphyllum wallisii – Peace Lily – the bigger the leaf the better – produces abeautiful white flower.

When buying a plant look for the healthiest plants that are not showing any distress. Avoid plants with yellowing or dead leaves or bare and tired looking stems. Look for plants with new growth, new buds and not pot bound. Spend time choosing your investment.

Styling with Plants

Odd numbers work – I like to use the ‘Rule of Three’ though using five, seven, nine or more works.

By placing an odd number of plants on a shelf or in a corner of a room on the floor is very pleasing on the eye.

Pots: You cannot go wrong with the green leaf of a plant matched with neutrals colours like white, black or my favourite a concrete grey pot. I also love going for the softer pastel’s colours like pale pink & apricot. Two toned earthy pot colours like cream, emerald greens, terracotta also look great inside. Try not to match with too many different colours as they might clash. Placing decorative pebbles or stones on top of soil will give your plant that extra wow factor and assist in keeping the soil from drying out too frequently.

When selecting heights of a plant gang vision a triangle. With the tallest plant out the back then middle-sized plant to the left and then you could place a trailing or smaller to the right.

Plant Care

  1. First to pot up a plant I use a mix of good quality of potting mix, peat moss and perlite.
  2. Adding horticultural charcoal will assist in drainage should your plant or location need it.
  3. Fertilize your plant regularly as per instructions to what product you use, I like to use an indoor liquid fertilizer. Slow-release pellets are a good alternative with most needing to be reapplied every 3- 6months.
  4. Watering: Feel the top of soil before you water and if it is wet don’t water and if its dry water your plant. Get to know your plant water needs. This will depend on the location and how dry your indoor space is or how high the humidity is. If you can pick up your plant, place it in the shower and give it a good water from above this will remove any dust and clean the leaves. Make sure the plant has drained well before placing it back to where it lives.
  5. Bugs: Use a horticulture oil as per instructions to keep them at bay plus this will keep the leaves nice and shiny as well.

Please share or leave a comment and let us know what you think!

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How to get more clarity around what you want?

What do you want for your life and your home? Those can be big questions with no easy answers. It can take some time to come up with the answers that feel right for you. It is definitely a process which can also change over time.

The more we focus on ourselves, honour ourselves and take time for self care, the more we will know what we want. The answers are already there if we are open to listening. 

Here are some ideas that can help:

Spending time alone! Doing activities that are quiet and help you to look within. Having a daily practice of yoga, walking or any kind of physical activity that gets your body moving. Taking time to think (without your phone) Noticing what comes up for you while having a shower or on your drive into work.

Journaling! Getting your thoughts down on paper helps with getting them out of your head. It allows your inner self to have a voice. It can help with feeling more aligned with your thoughts and emotions. Write down your intentions and goals, look at them often and see what fits and what doesn’t. 

Visualization! Listening to visualization exercises which take you through a personal journey imagining different scenarios and being aware of what comes up. It can take some practice and is really helpful when it comes to setting your intentions and goals and developing insights. 

Meditation! is a great way to tap into your inner wisdom. It is amazing how much meditation can help with feeling calm at other times in the day as well. It can also help you to relax before falling asleep. You can focus on just breathing and see what comes up, just witnessing, not judging. Pay attention to the thoughts that come up. You could even do a walking meditation focussing on a question or a situation you are feeling challenged about. 

Declutter Your Life and Mind! You didn’t think I would leave that out, did you? Whenever, you are trying to get clear, its a good idea to work on sorting, organizing and decluttering any or all areas of your life and mind (physical and emotional clutter). This clutter can really get in the way of our attempts to move forward in our lives and to be able to manifest what we truly want. 

These are just some of the ways that we grow and learn to trust ourselves, our intuition and to have more clarity about what we want for ourselves in our homes and in our lives. 

I also did a short YouTube Video on these ideas. 

Would you like some help and accountability with your intentions and goals? Lets chat! You can schedule a call with me here!

Until next time – Happy Decluttering!

Stay Connected

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Hello Fall – A Time for Balance and Harmony

There is a feeling of change in the air which means that Fall must be just around the corner.  This is a great time to look at how well we are caring for ourselves and to look at the balance and harmony in our lives.  If I do not have good balance in my life I feel cranky and there is no harmony.  It feels like something is missing or that something just isn’t quite right.

Our strengths rely on this balance.  Balance and harmony create a stability for us.  We wouldn’t want to be decluttering our homes all of the time. Ideally we need to have breaks and take the time to process emotions. Anything we are doing in excess is never a good thing.

Thinking about any areas that are out of balance, and working on them one step at a time, things will start to feel better. This will help with a feeling of harmony as well. It is a process.

An interesting quote:

“Getting in balance is not so much about adopting new strategies to change your behaviours, as it is about realigning yourself in all of your thoughts so as to create a balance between what you desire and how you conduct your life on a daily basis.” Wayne Dyer

We need Balance.  We need to look at all of the areas of our lives and think about what might be out of balance.  This helps us to figure out what we want to work on in our life. We will have more balance and harmony, be more productive, creative, helpful to others and able to declutter our own homes.

These are the areas that are basic to our lives.  Think of these as foundational practices for taking care of you.

  1. Spiritual Practice/Self Care
  2. Home/Relationships
  3. Body/Physical Health
  4. Emotions/Mental Health
  5. Money/Work/Volunteer
  6. Nature/Earth/Leisure
  7. ……………………………..

Check out this cube and perhaps draw one for yourself or if you have a small box that will work too.

What are the foundations for your life, your relationships, your home, your health and your work?

What kind of supports would help you in your life?  Do you need/want more honest friendships, a satisfying job, better health, etc…………..

What can I focus on in my life right now to create more stability in my life?  What areas are out of balance?

Would you like some help with working on any of these areas? Shoot me an email or you can book a call with me here. Questions ??? Send me an email at kimtremblay@sympatico.ca

Happy Decluttering!

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