The act of letting go of your physical items can allow simplicity in so many aspects of your life. While I talk a lot about decluttering your belongings on The Simple Home Podcast, the purpose is not just to have a tidier home. My hope for you is that letting go of clutter affords you more space in your mind to simplify other areas of your life.
In this episode of The Simple Home Podcast, I Interview Rachel from 3 in 30 Takeaways for moms, which is a podcast and community I love! Rachel is an expert when it comes to simplifying and decluttering motherhood, not just our spaces. She talks about how to stay present and what that realistically looks like with kids, how to get out of the negative self talk habit many of us have found ourselves in, and what a decluttered motherhood can look like and feel like. If you’ve ever felt heavy, stuck, or just overwhelmed in mothering your kids, you’re going to love this episode.
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Links from this episode
- Flecks of Gold Journal– You’ve got to get your hands on this!
- 3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms Podcast
- 3 in 30 Website
- Bucket System– This is the best system I have found for helping my kids learn responsibility, do chores, homework, and other daily tasks completely on their own…WITHOUT ME NAGGING THEM! It’s brilliant and no matter what age your kids are, you’re going to LOVE it!
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