In this episode, we talk with Katy Wells about how decluttering your home can help you live your best life. Katy shares some actionable steps on how to clear the clutter, where you can start if it's too overwhelming, and how to decide what to keep and what to ditch.
Learn More About Katy:
Katy Wells is a declutter expert and inspires families around the world to declutter and simplify so they can live to their fullest potential. Her teachings and programs have transformed the lives of hundreds of thousands of people, allowing them to live their happiest and most intentional life and focus on what matters most.
[01:37] Meet Katy as she shares how she started in this industry and the traumatic event that she says was the catalyst in her decluttering journey
[05:16] How to find calmness and empowerment in the chaos of clutter
[06:34] What does it mean to be a “minimalist” and can you actually incorporate it into your life?
[09:25] Advice for those who have an overwhelming amount of clutter that they have no use for
[11:54] How to determine what you keep vs. what you don’t keep in your home
[14:39] How to request “no toys please” when you have children and what to do instead
[18:13] Where to start decluttering if you don’t know how
[23:34] What is the difference between clutter vs. expected mess?
[27:30] How to approach decluttering with objectivity and not shame
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