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Do you feel overwhelmed by the clutter in your home?
Do you plan to declutter but sometimes end up turning around and shutting the door instead?
Do you have a chair covered in clothes, a desk drowning in papers or even an entire junk room?
Do you feel like if you could just clean up, you’d get a chance to catch your breath?
You’re not a failure and you don’t lack self-discipline.
My name is Sarah Mueller.
For the past 2 years, I’ve helped tens of thousands of people declutter their homes.
Declutter Your Home isn’t an unrealistic course where you monotonously pick up each and every item in your home and ask yourself a question about it.
There are no meticulous folding or organizing rituals.
We won’t expect that you declutter every area (or everything!) from your home.
This course is all about discovering that there’s FREEDOM when you let go of the things that are weighing you down.
All you need is the roadmap to get there.
And you need a guide.
And that’s where I come in.
Declutter Your Home isn’t about perfection; it’s about learning how to take action in the face of overwhelm!
Declutter My Home group member
Before I started decluttering, I didn’t think I could maintain it.
I took the first step in decluttering because I wanted freedom from all the clutter and embarrassment. I wanted to feel comfortable at home.
I found Sarah when something popped up on Facebook and I’m so grateful it did! Her work has helped me because she broke it down. It was short bursts, which felt so much easier to accomplish than endless hours.
My kitchen table has been clean for weeks. Everything that comes in has a spot. No more piles of paper and mail. We all have a spot to eat together as a family. Now, I let go of my possessions easier and understand I am still working on it so daily if possible even if 20 minutes.
Ann Marie Knapp
Declutter My Home group member
Before I started decluttering, I felt like we were drowning in our home.
My dad passed on December 1st and after traveling home, seeing my parents home made me realize I couldn't carry on the semi-hoarding tendencies. My poor mom has a nightmare house to start to declutter and clean out.
I found Sarah through Facebook and oh my gosh I am so thrilled with the progress I have made since finding her online.
I started in my home office which also serves as my craft room. I haven't crafted (I make beaded jewelry) in several years because the room was so cluttered. It was one of those rooms where "stuff" went when we were either having company, or a service person coming over. Recently I removed a few pieces of furniture as well as a LOT of junk.
I have boxed up over 9 boxes of things to donate, at least 5 bags of trash, and 3 full totes of items to sell. The other day, I finally sat at my craft desk and made a bracelet and matching earrings to go with my work uniform! My husband came in and was amazed at the progress (It took a good 2 weeks working a little bit at a time).
BONUS, my husband has a "man den" that you can't even walk into. Yesterday when I got home from work (his day off) he had 50% of things out of the room on folding tables to box and put in the garage. The room has a LONG way to go, but he asked me to help him declutter and organize with him.
A WIN and it’s all thanks to Sarah and the Declutter My Home Facebook group!
Declutter My Home group member
Before I started decluttering I felt depressed, overwhelmed and lost.
The stress and fighting that all the clutter caused was tiresome, which is why I took action. I found Sarah by searching the web.
Her work has been inspiring, loved that the first task was so small and made a huge impact. It was such a great baby step!! If I had not started I would still be unhappy and stressed.
Now my living areas are becoming stress free and easy to keep clean.
I gave myself permission to let things go. When my husband and I first started we were not in a good place financially, so I held onto everything with "the great depression" mentality, that I can reuse, pass it on, or may not have the means to get another one. Now that we are in a better place, I don’t need to keep everything. If I got rid of something I needed on accident, I am no longer devastated; I just get it or see if something else will make do.
The Declutter Your Home Course:
MODULE 1: Quick Wins! Getting started with a bang.
Discovering your hidden motivation
Getting started RIGHT! (the first time and every time)
How to pick just the right decluttering target and stay on track every time
Declutter 101 video walkthrough
Video walk-through - decluttering makeup
MODULE 2: Let’s dig deep!
The Disposal Matrix: how to make a conscious choice you can live with about what to do with all that clutter
Why motivation is a myth
What to do if you’re paralyzed by overwhelm
Make your first plan
Video walkthrough - decluttering a super messy kitchen
MODULE 3: The Messy Middle - Family and other Obstacles
Common obstacles to decluttering
Kids: when to push a little and when to relax
Adults: reluctant spouses and other family members
Video walk-through - decluttering with kids
Tackling “difficult” or sentimental clutter
MODULE 4: Organizing 101
Universal organizing principles - organizing is not just getting distracted by cool bins and baskets!
Video walkthrough - organizing a bookshelf and other areas
Tidy house! Simple secrets to making your newly decluttered spaces look amazing (and stay tidy!)
Perfectionism - finding a happy balance between tidyness, decluttering, and real life and giving yourself grace when things aren’t perfect
Secrets for staying organized once you’ve decluttered, even if you've got little kids and a messy family
When you enroll in this course you’ll get…
4 weeks of video lessons (closed captions included) covering each of the steps in detail
4+ video how-tos showing real-life decluttering with a variety of people
A printable course planner with summaries, space for note-taking and worksheets to help you implement what you’re learning and stay focused
8 Decluttering Action Plans - ready-to-go 1 page checklists to help you declutter focused areas in a hurry
Email support when you have questions
365 day access to the private student Facebook Group
Extra printables for motivation and inspiration
LIFETIME access for all materials and support (plus an option for further support should you need it)
For $5.96 a day
This is about as much as you'd pay for 1-2 hours of a professional organizer's time. PLUS if you have someone do the work for you, you may find yourself right back where you started in a month or two.
If you've got clutter, you can't afford not to join me for this course.
You might even EARN money by doing this course!
We’ve had people find real, tangible savings and even make money by decluttering!
Jennifer found $720 worth of gift cards!
If you’re so disorganized, you can’t find your stuff, you’ll end up buying duplicates and triplicates of the same items whether it’s kitchen tools, clothing, sports gear, etc. And this will only make the problem worse.
Maybe you're paying to store your stuff?
Forbes Magazine reports* that 9% of Americans use self-storage space and that a typical 10 x 10 unit costs an average of $115 a month. If this is you, you’ll be saving money almost immediately by decluttering. That works out to be $1380 a year!
This is a one-time investment that will change your perspective on clutter and teach you new habits that will pay for themselves many, many times over!
Declutter My Home group member
Before I started decluttering, I felt somewhat flustered and overwhelmed when entering areas or looking in cabinets and drawers. My biggest step in decluttering was when my children left the nest and I had space available for a craft room.
If I had not started decluttering, my new husband would not have been happy, lol, but most of all I think having an outlet to create and a nice place that is uncluttered to relax actually helps with mental relaxation. After my first husband passed, the three children,who were young then had to bag up practically all their belongings as we were building a new house . The garage was filled to capacity with memories of junk for years. My biggest success was getting them to purge through all the stored bags and totes of stuff from their childhood.
Want even more decluttering goodness and support?
Upgrade to the VIP Edition
4 weeks of video lessons $249 value
Printable course planner
Printable decluttering Resource Library
365 day access to the private Facebook group
Group coaching calls
365 days email support
Weekly reminder emails
4 x 30 minute one-on-one accountability calls
3 bonus lessons on anxiety, procrastination and motivation
The classic edition is a $565 value
The VIP edition is an $905 value
My "Find Your Kitchen Table Guarantee"
I built this course to help you declutter and organize your home in a way that's as stress-free and convenient as possible. Yet in the unlikely event you follow the course and still can't find your kitchen table underneath all the stuff after 30 days, I insist that you contact me for a full, 100% refund. No questions asked!
- Sarah Mueller
A. I hear you!Decluttering your home is a daunting task if you’ve got piles of stuff and rooms packed to overflowing.
A. If this has happened to you in the past, you're not alone.
This usually happens when either you haven't gotten rid of enough things or you don't have systems and habits in place which make it easier to stay tidy. We cover both of these aspects in the course.
A. You can if you want, but it’s absolutely not required!
Most people who declutter with me don't want to become minimalists; they just want less stuff in their lives. There's a huge difference between decluttering and minimalism. Decluttering doesn't mean you get rid of everything; just the things that aren't serving you.
A. Two answers:
1. This isn't a race. The course lasts 4 weeks but you've got up to a full year to utilize the materials and get support. It's no problem at all if you can't start right away or if you miss a week or two. Just jump back in when you're ready.
2. Is there ever a great time to declutter? Catastrophes and emergencies aside, decluttering is never the "fun" thing to do. But you'll find that a little time invested can have a huge impact on how much time you have to spend every day on other things (like cleaning, tidying up, looking for things, not to mention how much more relaxed you'll feel without all that clutter weighing you down).
A. I hear you. Decluttering can be excruciating.
I don't like to use the word "failed."
We only fail when we give up on something; otherwise, the word "learning" is a much better choice. And each time you try something and don't get the the result you want, you learn something about your self and about what to do next time. This is valuable information! It's not failure.
Plus, there's something magical that happens when you commit to a course; you'll find energy and motivation you didn't know you had, just by being around people who are committed to the same goals as you.
A. Let me ask you a question: what is clutter costing you right now?
If you could fix just one complaint for good, how much would you save?
Would it be being able to cook dinner at home instead of throwing up your hands and going out to eat (again) because the kitchen is too depressing? (savings of $20-60)? Or being able to find the things you're looking for instead of buying something two or three times that you KNOW you have somewhere in the house? (savings could be significant). Maybe it's freeing up an hour or more a day of time you currently spend cleaning and shuffling through the mess. Maybe it's even cleaning out an entire storage unit of stuff you haven't looked at in years (savings of $1200 or more a YEAR!)
These are hard costs that you can absolutely count on saving if your home is less cluttered.
And that’s before you consider the even more important benefits of not being stressed out and the time you’ll save every day because you don’t have to manage all that stuff.
A. The ebook is fantastic but it’s only a text-based resource. This combines the ideas in the ebook, plus a whole lot more into a complete course with videos, private Facebook group, and more.
Also, we go into a lot more depth and discuss a lot more aspects of decluttering in the course than we do in the ebook.
A. No, not at all.
The materials will be delivered via email and website. The Facebook group is an optional component. However, if you’d like to participate in the live group coaching sessions, you’ll need to join us on Facebook.
A. People who are truly hoarders usually don’t want to declutter. A “true” hoarder probably needs professional help in order to tackle the deep-seated emotional issues associated with hoarding.
However, many, many people who do feel that they hoard things have had tremendous success through the materials and support I provide.
A. The more limited you are physically, the more you need to declutter! And since you decide the pace of your work, you can take it bit by bit as your health allows.
A. Watching the videos and completing the worksheets will take about an hour a week, maybe a bit more. The coaching calls will take another hour or so. And it’s up to you, how much time you spend physically decluttering.
We find that once people get started, it’s like a dam has broken and they’re able to do a lot more in a shorter time than they estimated. Also, everything will be recorded so if you can’t participate one week, you can always catch up later.
A. The printable materials are yours to keep forever. You’ll have access to the videos and Facebook group for at least 365 days.
Sarah Mueller is mom to 4 boys ranging in age from 7 to 18. She adores encouraging other women to discover the freedom that comes from decluttering and organizing without perfectionism.
Sarah is the founder of the wildly successful Facebook group, Declutter My Home with
19,000 48,000 members and counting, as well as Decluttering Club on Facebook, Decluttering School and Early Bird Mom. People are experiencing massive transformation in their lives when they start using these resources.