Declutter Quotes

Quotes tagged as "declutter" (showing 1-21 of 21)
Joshua Becker
“The first step in crafting the life you want is to get rid of everything you don't.”
Joshua Becker

Christina Scalise
“Clutter is the physical manifestation of unmade decisions fueled by procrastination”
Christina Scalise, Organize Your Life and More

Joshua Becker
“Owning less is better than organizing more.”
Joshua Becker, Clutterfree with Kids

Marie Kondō
“The best way to find out what we really need is to get rid of what we don't.”
Marie Kondō

Eric M. Riddle
“Clear your stuff. Clear your mind.”
Eric M. Riddle, STUFFology 101: Get Your Mind Out of the Clutter

Amit Ray
“Enjoy the peace of Nature and declutter your inner world.”
Amit Ray, Mindfulness Living in the Moment - Living in the Breath

Cynthia Kyriazis
“Clutter is symptomatic of delayed decision making.”
Cynthia Kyriazis

Monika Kristofferson
“If someone doesn't live with you, neither should their stuff.”
Monika Kristofferson

Joyce Rachelle
“Try staying awake for 24 hours and you'll realize just how many needless worries your mind instantly shuts out.”
Joyce Rachelle

Christina Scalise
“The Three D's of Creating True Happiness For All.......

Declutter - Remove all unwanted items from your home,

Donate - to your local charity,

Deduct - Save money by claiming your donation on your tax return”
Christina Scalise

Monika Kristofferson
“You're the boss of clutter, not the other way around.”
Monika Kristofferson

Israelmore Ayivor
“There is an easy way of finding the job to be done today, just look around your environment; take note of the places that need cleaning and the places that need decoration; do one at a time!”
Israelmore Ayivor, Leaders' Watchwords

Donna Smallin Kuper
“If you have clutter, you're richer than you think!”
Donna Smallin

“Clutter is evidence of excess.”
Cristin Frank

“This is the definition of clutter: things that exist in your outer life to distract you from the inner things that you're avoiding. If you avoid something, it grows.... The great thing is, the reverse is also true: when you honestly look at something, it shrinks. When you see the situation for what it is, bypassing the emotional layers that coloured it and made it into a clutter monster, it becomes simple. That's how peaceful clutter busting is. You're honestly looking at each layer of distraction, questioning the thing, letting it go, and realizing what's underneath. Looking directly at something has the power of a magnifying glass in the sun. The sun is you; the glass, your attention”
brooks palmer

“When you are filled with inner clutter, the chaos reflects in your personality as obsessiveness, confusion, disorganisation, broken speech patterns, insomnia, indecisiveness, and lack of direction. When your home and world are in disrray, you can't relax. It takes more energy to be in chaos because you have to keep track of all the junk. Eventually exhaustion sets in. When you honestly look at clutter and ask if it's necessary in your life, buried emotions come to the surface.... Toss what's unnecessary so that you can finally relax, and your remaining possessions will have a clear place to land.”
Brooks Palmer, Clutter Busting: Letting Go of What's Holding You Back

Israelmore Ayivor
“Don’t cluster too much plans to do within a relatively minimum time. As beginner, you must not cut your coat according to your elder brother’s size. Know your limit.”
Israelmore Ayivor, Shaping the dream

“You'll never get organized if you don't have a vision for your life.”
Linda L Eubanks

Carmen Klassen
“You don't have to face every skeleton in your closet before you can make some room in there!”
Carmen Klassen, Love Your Clutter Away: A step-by-step guide to gently letting clutter go for good

Peter Walsh
“What I know for sure is that when you declutter – whether it’s on your home, your head, or your heart – it is astounding what will flow into that space that will enrich you, your life, and your family.”
Peter Walsh, Lose the Clutter, Lose the Weight: The Six-Week Total-Life Slim Down

“Yoga? Well, we learn those complex movements and flows, so we can perfectly synchronize our breath. It’s a way of training one’s body and mind in unison. It’s a moving meditation. Just like meditation, you focus on your breath, connect to the feeling of your body, and aim to clear your mind.”
Natasha Potter