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Your master bedroom should feel like a sanctuary. Does it? Look around, think about what is in the way of you feeling peaceful in your room. Even if it is hard, let’s let go of it this week. No stuff is as important as feeling good in your room.
- If you have not already done the Recommended Reading – do that now. The articles linked in that post help you keep a mindset prepared to let go of clutter.
- It is not required, but I’ve designed the Declutter Printable Pack to be a fantastic supplemental resource and help you finish this challenge successfully. To make it more valuable, I add details not found on the blog. Thank you to all those who have already purchased their copy!
Now on to your assignment for the week …
Week #2 – Master Bedroom
Here are the areas to declutter each day to complete the master bedroom.
Monday – tops of dressers and furniture
Tuesday – shelves and cabinets
Wednesday – drawers
Thursday – media, books, and electronics
Friday – trunks and benches
Saturday – floor and remaining furniture
Sunday – rest for the week ahead
More Inspiration for the Master Suite
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It may be tempting to start from the beginning, but I think you should start on the current week with the group.
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Have a great week of decluttering!!
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