If I could go back fifteen years and have a conversation with my younger self, there’s so much I would say.
After working with hundreds of women worldwide: this is absolutely normal. Also, there’s nothing wrong with taking your time.
Make time to feel and process all your feelings as part of your decluttering, and it becomes an opportunity for healing and self-discovery.
It can be scary to admit, but it’s also freeing because it doesn’t matter how much you stress or overthink. Odds are, you’ll make some decisions that you regret and some that you don’t.
Learn from your clutter. Create guidelines for yourself (about what to keep, what to sell, what to let go).
It’s not your decluttered home that solves your problems. It’s what you do with your newfound space: the time you spend repairing relationships, figuring out your values, and so much more.