I am thrilled that you are here.
Oh the things you can discover when the clutter is gone.
Have you been looking for a way to simplify your home and have your days filled with more joy and less cleaning? Sounds like magic? But this magic is something you can absolutely achieve in your home.
You have the power to control how your home looks and feels. All you need is a little guidance and encouragement. You don’t need a super hero cape (unless you want one) and you don’t need hours and hours of your day spent cleaning to get to a blissful home.
By taking a few steps, just minutes a day – you can have a visitor ready home – a calm home – an anxiety free home.
I was an exhausted mom to 4 children all under the age of 5. Yep 4 babies in 4 years. My home looked like I hadn’t done anything to keep up the house, get the kids fed and have myself look nice. I had done those things, of course I had – but then the day happened – over and over again. More toys, more dishes, more clutter, over and over. Add Postpartum anxiety to the mix and I was a storm ready to crash onto land.
That all stopped when I changed a cluttered home, habits and life. When I cleared out all the extra things blocking my way. Having a clutter free home gave me time to create the life I wanted.
So how do you start finding the joy in your home? How do you start clearing out the clutter and simplify your days?
By having a plan. Start with a plan and then take action.
One of the ways I create a minimalist home and stay organized is through printable planners. The planners helped me stay on top of things before overwhelm and frustration could set in. With a plan I was able to go day by day and declutter a room a couple minutes at a time.
The changes were subtle but were adding up and soon the rooms, closets and drawers started to look better. The best part – the rooms started to feel better. The physical weight the rooms were holding was lifting and so was my families mental health.
You can feel the weight lift in your home by following the same plan I created for myself.
– Planners, Check Lists, Meal Planners and so much more to help you create the home and life you want. Remember that getting started is the most important step. And getting started here is pretty simple.
As our home became a healthier place to be and I was using my printables for daily living I started to create printable planners to help get our week of meals better organized.
We are in the early years of homeschooling and as our home became clutter free so did my idea of what a homeschool day should look like. That was quickly followed by a simplified minimalist homeschool lesson planner.
Homeschool was also made easy with printable worksheets. I found that my children loved the things I created for them so much more than worksheets I purchased and removed from a workbook. Plus with my own printables I could print them off again and again based on their interests and requests.
Here’s my latest worksheet creations with my original art work. The Bees help with teaching fine motor skills as your child traces the zigzag, loop-the-loop and straight lines, as well as tracing the letters. But also gives the added entertainment of free coloring time.
You see – living simply, storing minimally – can be done. You can do it all with a few adjustments and with intentional planning. Follow that with action and you will be unstoppable.
Printable planners are just the beginning. With planning you can achieve a home that is less stressful and filled with more joy. Start planning today – with instant downloads and take action.
I feel like motherhood today can become a competition. With social media telling us and showing us all the ways we are failing. Minimalism is something that is not a pass or fail but is something that can harness power for you in your day. Whatever Minimalism – looks like in your home – is up to you. My goal is to help you get there with doable actions and printable planners, not with judgement.