Raise your hand if you tend to play the “what if” game.
“What if I need that later?”
… then I won’t want to declutter it.
“What if I change my mind?”
… I’ll beat myself up.
“What if so-and-so asks about the gift she gave me?”
… I’ll feel guilty for giving it away.
The What If game is a maddening game to play. And if you find yourself trapped in a circle of what-ifs, here’s a way to stop the vicious cycle.
In this video, you’ll learn a way to flip that “what if” directly it’s their head and find freedom.
I recommend you start a binder where you can keep all of these worksheets along with any of the other printables you download or purchase from the Early Bird Mom shop.
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If decluttering seems impossible and you just want to get your home organized and cleaned up again, let me show you the way.