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Decluttering Your House without Overwhelm with Diana Rene

A Purpose Driven Mom Podcast

Episode 45

Decluttering our house maybe one of the hardest tasks to start, for us moms. But the benefits of a clutter free house include: less stress, a more relaxing atmosphere, and more time for you to do the tasks that you really want to.

So let’s dive into how and where to START decluttering our home in this episode with Diana.

The average American has 300,000 items in their home. Making decluttering hard to start. Diana dives into the two main keys that will make a mom’s journey to declutter her house successful. One declutter ruthlessly enough the first time and two … Set up your own declutter routine to maintain your home. So if you don’t know where to start … start by listening to this episode with Diana.

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Episode Highlights:

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2:00 Meet Diana
5:23 Diana started her declutter journey with herself — getting rid of over 70% of her household items.
6:46 Setting a decluttering routine … where do you even start?
8:30 Declutter for YOU not for perfectionism
10:44 Motivation for having less stuff
13:01 Clutter triggers your anxiety
18:42 It’s hard to get rid of stuff … here’s why
19:47 Start with these practical tips!
23:30 What is the goal of decluttering and Diana’s hard rule!
26:47 Maintenance mode for decluttering looks like this …
28:35 Decluttering and husband
34:04 Decluttering and kids
37:58 Decluttering the digital

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About Diana:

My name is Diana Rene, and I have spent the last 3 years mastering the practice of “minimal-ish living” in the home. I have figured out the way to purge ruthlessly and efficiently, and to then organize systems and routines in the home so that the newfound freedom and joy can be held onto.

When I walk into my home, I feel comfortable and at peace. I know what needs to be done and if I need something? I know right where to find it. I have so much more time to spend with my two girls and husband, since it only takes a few minutes to pick up the house throughout the day.

I so desperately want these things for you too, girl!

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