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Ever wonder why your house always looks messy even though you feel like you’re working on it a lot? I used to, too. I know now that usually, the problem is procrasticlutter. Sorry. Specifically, I’m bemoaning that getting behind on even just the last step of laundry can make my house look like I’ve eliminated all the progress I’ve made over the past decade. Yes, I’m being dramatic. No, I’m not speaking hypothetically. Unfortunately. Thankfully, though, what I say in this podcast is true, and my house looks much better now and I’m feeling significantly less dramatic about it.
I’ve been a member of a private FB group focused on ending closet chaos for almost seven years, but have made minimal progress on decluttering my house and specifically five rooms full of clothes in that time. One of our group members recently suggested your “Decluttering at the Speed of Life” book, which has already changed the way I view my house problems in just the first few chapters. Thank you for sharing your story so openly, and for providing all these resources online! I look forward to reporting back on my future success. For the first time, I feel like something might actually work.
I found your podcast while I was looking for Cas from Clutterbug – started with this one. All of a sudden, someone is speaking my language! Procrasticlutter? Genius!! I’m working my way through them on Spotify, but some are missing, so I’m hoping I’ll find them here. In this last week alone, I’ve been able to do a cabinet or two a day in my kitchen with the trash bag and only a few items that needed new “homes”. The two drawers under my sink in the half-bath downstairs – I can now see the bottoms and have room for important things like extra TP!! Just finished the black hole of cleaning products under my kitchen sink this morning. Only one more to go! While handling the kitchen this way, it felt managable. No “bratty looks” if I pulled everything out all at once. I, too, can adapt to parking the car in the driveway because of my garage. Now I feel empowered to handle it. Thank you!!