14 Day Paperwork Declutter Challenge
A challenge to tackle piles of paperwork around the house
Build your decluttering habit by completing tasks one 15 minute block at a time
Have piles of paperwork built up around your house?
Join me in a 14 DAY PAPER DECLUTTER CHALLENGE!
It's a FREE challenge to help motivate you and overcome the clutter overwhelm.
What do I receive?
- Email lessons daily with your task
- A printable list to write down projects as you go along
How does the 14 Day Paperwork Declutter Challenge work?
Each day, we will target an area where paperwork collects around the house, then sort it, and clear the surface. The idea is to make quick progress and take small bites into the clutter. We'll tackle some areas that are bothering you, as well as ones that get ignored. It all adds up!
Day 1 - Tips for sustainable decluttering, and kitchen - next to the phone
Day 2 - Dining table
Day 3 - Fridge or noticeboard
Day 4 - Master bedroom - bedside table
Day 5 - Master bedroom - tallboy or other surface
Day 6 - Purse/wallet (and catch up)
Day 7 - Living room - coffee table
Day 8 - Living room - shelves
Day 9 - Study/home office - desk
Day 10 - Study/home office - printer
Day 11 - Study/home office - paper stationery
Day 12 - Study/home office - home-related filing
Day 13 - Study/home office - personal-related filing
Day 14 - Catch up, tips for keeping your space clutter-free, and celebrate
What my challenge members say
"I thought it was great! It was well-paced, well-guided, and totally non-judgemental." - Louise
"This made me realise that my purse and handbag are clutter magnets and equal top most-cluttered spaces for me. I usually clear it out fortnightly, or when it becomes too much, but perhaps I should make a weekly date to do it. Thanks for the nudge!" - Angela
"I've been working on compacting and prioritising two full cabinets of files into one. Lightening the clutter!" - Karen
Want to register your interest for next time I run the challenge?
You can either sign up to my newsletter and I'll share the news, or you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know you're keen :)
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