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I’m talking about Decluttering Momentum, how and why to focus on building it, and the impact it will make once you feel it happening.
Also, Decluttering Chops. Or Decluttering Muscles. Or honestly, Decluttering Confidence. I’m telling you, decluttering is a skill that can be learned, practiced and refined.
I’m new to your site and LOVE it. I’ve sent you a couple of emails, and I just wondered if you’ve received them? I’m sure you’re incredibly busy, but I’m not quite sure how to navigate everything on your site yet.
These links may be helpful to you, Terri:
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Declutter TV part one
Melissa Buell says
I am listening to this podcast while grading finals and organizing my classroom as I prepare for summer. Decluttering in my classroom has been a struggle UNTIL NOW. Using your tools, I’ve been going through my piles and piles of papers and either putting stuff away or throwing it away. I’ve been the teacher who has everything anyone could ever need (MARY Poppins!) but I decided I don’t have to be that teacher. I am using the momentum I’ve established this last month to clear out cupboards and files. If I haven’t taught that lesson in the past year, I tossed in. If I haven’t read that book in the last few years, I took it off my shelf and donated it. (I’m an English teacher and have 300+ books in my room.)
I appreciate all that you do and teach. It has helped me so much!