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Episode 27: Finding Peace in Your Home

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Welcome to the "Wellness in Every Season" podcast, where we embark on a transformative journey towards achieving total wellness, even in the midst of overwhelming moments. I'm your host, Autumn Carter, and I'm thrilled to have you here.

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Welcome, Wellness Wanders, to episode 27 of "Wellness in Every Season" with your host, Autumn Carter. Today's episode promises to be a transformative journey into the heart of our living spaces and our souls. As Autumn delves deep into the transformative power of decluttering, you'll be introduced to the myriad ways clutter impacts our lives, both visually and emotionally. She'll discuss how clutter serves as a constant reminder of tasks left undone, disrupts aesthetic appeal, and even hinders our ability to truly relax.

From the overwhelming sensations clutter can evoke to the grounding mindfulness practices tailored to alleviate such stresses, Autumn is here to guide you every step of the way. Families holding onto their children's cherished school creations will find solace in Autumn's lifehack for storing these precious memories, while those ready for a mass decluttering can rely on her insights to do so without feeling overwhelmed.

And for listeners seeking structured guidance, a step-by-step guide for both mass and semiannual decluttering awaits you in the show notes, transcript, and under the free resources on the Wellness in Every Season website – a perfect complement to the chore list already available there.

Concluding the episode, Autumn will tackle the challenges of decluttering frequency, ethically rehoming unwanted items, and navigating decluttering in shared living situations. And, as you journey through this process, she encourages introspection with ten coaching questions, designed to help you truly envision and craft the tranquil, functional, and appealing home of your dreams.

Join Autumn in this enlightening episode, as she helps you pave the way to a living space that resonates with serenity, order, and personal meaning.

Key point #1:

Imagine stepping into a room bathed in soft, natural light. The floor is clear, save for a plush rug that invites bare feet. Against a wall, a bookshelf stands, each book and decorative item meticulously arranged, neither too sparse nor too crowded. The furniture is purposeful and comfortable, with each piece carefully chosen for both function and form. There's a harmonious balance of space and substance, allowing your eyes to roam freely, unobstructed. As you walk deeper into the room, there's a palpable sense of serenity; the air feels lighter, almost as if the room itself exhales with you.

Now imagine this is your home. Every corner, every nook, and every room exudes the same calm and order. The tranquility isn't confined to a singular space but permeates every inch of your living environment. With everything in its place, there's no mental checklist of tasks to tackle, no nagging feeling of disarray. Instead, your entire home becomes a sanctuary, a refuge from the outside world's hustle and bustle.

Keep listening, and I will explain how you can transform your space, ensuring each room in your home looks and feels like this, radiating peace and harmony.

Key point #2:

Decluttering, at its core, is more than just a physical act of tidying up; it's a transformative process that resonates on both visual and emotional levels. In an age where consumerism often leads to accumulation, many find themselves surrounded by possessions that neither serve a purpose nor spark joy. These excess items, spread across our living and working spaces, can distract the eye, reduce focus, and even induce stress. On a visual level, clutter can result in reduced concentration, a sense of disorder, visual overstimulation, and a decreased aesthetic appeal. For instance, too many items, especially of varying colors and shapes, can lead to visual chaos, making spaces feel more chaotic than peaceful. Decorative elements and design choices can get lost amongst the excess, tarnishing the overall aesthetic flow of a room.

On an emotional front, clutter can become a persistent whisper of tasks left undone, serving as a silent judgment on one's organizational skills and standing as a blockade to genuine relaxation. Research has shown that cluttered environments can increase cortisol levels, a stress hormone, leading to feelings of anxiety and overwhelm. It can also decrease productivity, foster feelings of guilt, hamper creativity, and even reflect deeper emotional issues like attachment and self-worth. For example, individuals might hold onto items for emotional reasons, indicative of fears of letting go or an underlying need to live in the past. Living amidst clutter might even deter some from inviting friends or family over, fostering feelings of isolation.

While some personal items can make a space feel homely and lived-in, excessive clutter disrupts the balance and harmony most seek in their environments. Addressing and reducing clutter is not merely following a trend but adopting a holistic approach to create spaces that embody well-being, mental clarity, and productivity. It's a journey to reclaiming spaces and, in the process, nurturing a sense of tranquility in our daily lives.


Segment: Mindfulness Practice:

If emotions are welling up within you due to the clutter around, know that it's completely natural and you're not alone. We're about to embark on a mindfulness journey together, starting this very moment.


Begin by selecting a quiet, comfortable space in your home. This could be a cozy corner, a favorite chair, or even lying down on your bed.

Close your eyes and draw your attention inward. Feel the weight of your body on the surface beneath you. Focus on the sensation of contact, whether it's the softness of a cushion or the firmness of the floor.

Visualize roots extending from your body into the earth. Imagine them growing deeper and branching out, connecting you firmly to the ground. This connection symbolizes stability, strength, and a sense of being present in the moment.

Spend a few minutes relishing this feeling of being grounded. If your mind wanders, gently bring it back to the sensation beneath you.


Slowly shift your attention to your breathing. Notice the natural rhythm without trying to change it.

Now, take a deeper breath, inhaling through your nose. Feel your chest and belly rise as you fill your lungs completely.

Exhale slowly and fully through your mouth, feeling a sense of release with each breath out.

With every inhalation, imagine positive energy, calmness, and clarity entering your body. With every exhalation, imagine stress, anxiety, and emotional baggage related to the clutter leaving you.

Continue this focused breathing for several minutes, allowing the rhythm to soothe and center you.

Releasing Emotions:

As you maintain your breathing rhythm, allow any emotions related to the clutter to surface. This could be frustration, overwhelm, guilt, or even sadness.

Instead of resisting these feelings, acknowledge them with compassion. Remember, emotions are natural responses and not judgments of your character or capabilities.

Visualize these emotions as clouds. With each exhale, imagine these clouds becoming lighter, slowly drifting away from you and dissolving into the vast sky.

If certain items or areas in your home trigger strong emotions, visualize them surrounded by a gentle light. Send them warmth, understanding, and acceptance. By doing so, you're creating a space for healing and transformation.

Gradually, let the visualization fade and return your focus to your breathing.

To conclude the practice, gently wiggle your fingers and toes, bringing movement back into your body. Gradually open your eyes, allowing the world around you to come into focus. Stretch your arms and legs, and if you're seated, consider standing up and taking a moment to stretch your entire body.

This mindfulness practice is adaptable and can be elongated as per your needs and comfort. Whether you have five minutes or fifty, the essence lies in granting yourself the grace and space to breathe, reflect, and release. You're navigating a personal journey, and each step is significant. Remember, momma, you're not alone in your feelings or experiences. Embrace this practice, and let it serve as a tool for peace amidst the chaos.


Key point #3:

Determining the right amount of decluttering for you is deeply personal and rooted in introspection. The ultimate goal isn't necessarily minimalism but instead creating an environment that evokes feelings of peace, tranquility, and harmony, as described in the introductory visualization. Here are some steps to guide you in finding the right balance for your space:

Reflect on Your Ideal Environment: Revisit the feelings evoked by the introductory visualization. What did you feel? Calm? Joy? Freedom? Hold onto these emotions as a guiding beacon. Your decluttering process should bring you closer to evoking these feelings in your own space.

Inventory and Prioritize: Walk through your home, room by room. In each space, identify items that contribute positively to your envisioned environment and those that detract from it. Prioritize keeping items that align with your desired feelings, while considering the removal or reorganization of those that do not.

Functional vs. Emotional Value: Understand that every item in your home might hold functional, emotional, or both kinds of value. It's crucial to strike a balance. If an item is functionally useful but doesn't fit the aesthetic, consider ways to store or display it that aligns more closely with your vision. Conversely, if an item holds emotional value but adds to clutter, think of creative solutions to incorporate it or perhaps take a photo of it as a memory before parting with it.

Avoid the All-or-Nothing Approach: Decluttering isn't about stripping your home bare but curating it. You don’t need to live with the bare minimum; instead, aim for an environment rich in emotions and functionality.

Quality Over Quantity: Instead of having multiple items that perform the same function or convey a similar aesthetic, consider investing in fewer, high-quality items that perfectly fit your vision and serve their purpose well.

Iterative Process: Remember that decluttering and designing your space is an ongoing journey. As your life evolves, so will your needs and aesthetic preferences. Regularly revisit and refine your space to ensure it aligns with your evolving vision.

Seek Feedback: Sometimes, an outside perspective can provide clarity. Consider sharing your vision with a trusted friend or family member and invite them to experience your space. Their feedback can offer valuable insights into further adjustments.

Celebrate the Journey: Every step you take, be it big or small, is a step towards creating your sanctuary. Celebrate your achievements, and remember that perfection isn’t the goal—harmony is.

By tuning into your feelings and being intentional with your choices, you can create a space that doesn't strictly adhere to minimalistic principles but instead mirrors the tranquility, order, and beauty described in the visualization. Your home should be a reflection of you, a place where every item has purpose and meaning, and where peace and serenity are felt in every corner.



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Key point #4:

Creating the right decluttered environment transcends the physical act of tidying up. It’s about shaping a space that deeply resonates with your soul. When imagining that serene room bathed in gentle sunlight, you're not just envisioning a tidy space; you're connecting with an environment that embodies simplicity, intentionality, and authenticity. Your home should be an extension of your inner self, where every object narrates a story, every corner evokes an emotion, and every space nurtures your spirit.

An integral part of this journey is addressing items that hold negative energy or evoke painful memories. Often, we retain things that are tied to challenging phases of our lives, past relationships, or experiences we’d rather forget. While these items might have been significant at one point, holding onto them now might hinder emotional healing and personal growth. Letting go of such belongings isn’t merely about freeing up space; it's a therapeutic act of releasing past burdens and making room for new memories and positive energy. It's about choosing your well-being over physical possessions, acknowledging past pains but also allowing yourself to move forward.

Equally essential is the balance between practicality and sentiment. Many objects carry memories, representing milestones or past moments. It's not always about discarding these memories but finding more meaningful ways to honor them. For instance, a box of old letters might be turned into an artful scrapbook or a digital archive, preserving the sentiments while clearing physical space.

Moreover, decluttering doesn't mean creating an empty void. A thoughtfully curated home can still brim with textures, colors, and objects that uplift your spirit. It’s about surrounding yourself with items that bring joy, have a genuine purpose, or ideally both. Cherished artwork, a cozy blanket, or a collection of favorite books can all find a place in a decluttered home, as long as they align with your vision.

Approach this transformative process with patience and self-compassion. You might face moments of overwhelming emotion, periods of indecision, or even fleeting regrets. Yet, as you peel back the layers and confront each item's emotional weight, you'll not only find a decluttered space but also gain a clearer mind and a lighter heart.

Your journey is uniquely yours. Although guidance can come from various sources, your home doesn't need to fit a specific mold. It should resonate with your essence, enabling you to immerse in the tranquility, order, and beauty you desire. Through conscious choices and mindfulness, your abode will evolve into a sanctuary that continuously rejuvenates and uplifts you.


Lifehack segment:

**Lifehack for Storing School Creations from Little Ones**

As any proud parent or guardian knows, children can be prolific artists, constantly creating new masterpieces. Over time, these pieces of art, school projects, and crafts can accumulate, making it challenging to keep everything organized and displayed. Here are some innovative ideas to store and cherish these creations without overwhelming your space:

Digital Archives: Invest in a good scanner or use your smartphone to take high-resolution photos of the artworks. Create a digital archive, perhaps categorized by year or by child. This way, you preserve the memories without holding onto the physical clutter. Apps like Keepy or Artkive are specially designed for this purpose.

Art Portfolio: Purchase or make an art portfolio for each child. These can be bought in different sizes, and it's an excellent place to store larger artwork that might be too big for traditional folders.

Rotating Gallery: Designate a wall or a section of a wall in your home as a rotating art gallery. Display the latest creations and rotate them out as new ones come in. It gives the child a sense of pride to see their work displayed. This is what we do in our home and it works out great!

Memory Boxes: Use a sturdy plastic container or a decorative box for each school year. Label it with the child's name and grade. As the year progresses, selectively add items that represent significant moments or achievements.

Art Books: Turn selected pieces into a professionally bound photo book or scrapbook. Sites like Shutterfly or Mixbook let you design custom photo books that can be filled with scanned images of your child’s art.

Reuse and Repurpose: For artwork that isn't saved, consider repurposing it. Use it as wrapping paper for family gifts or turn them into greeting cards. It's a personalized touch that family members often appreciate.

Slide-in Binders: Use plastic sheet protectors in a binder. Slide the artwork or school papers in, creating an organized, easy-to-flip-through collection.

Clipboards Display: Hang a series of clipboards on a wall in a hallway or a child’s room. This way, it's easy to clip on the latest art piece and replace it as often as you like.

Storage Ottomans: Some ottomans come with storage space inside. They can be a discreet place to store some of the physical artwork, especially bulkier pieces.

Annual Review: At the end of each year, sit down with your child and go through their creations. Decide together which pieces are the most special and should be saved. It's a great way to reminisce and instills in your child a sense of decision-making and decluttering.

The goal is to celebrate and honor your child's creativity without feeling overwhelmed by the volume of creations. By implementing a few of these storage hacks, you can cherish those precious memories while maintaining an organized home.


Key point #5:

Embarking on a mass declutter of your home is a commendable step towards creating a more harmonious living space. However, the sheer thought of this task can be daunting, especially if you're looking at years of accumulated belongings. Thankfully, there are several approaches you can take to declutter without feeling overwhelmed. Plus, to help you navigate this process smoothly, there's a comprehensive worksheet available in the show notes, in the transcript, and under the free resources. This worksheet will be your step-by-step guide, aligning perfectly with the chore list found on the "Wellness in Every Season" website.

Room-by-Room Approach:

Begin by focusing on one room at a time. This approach allows you to see clear progress in a defined space and helps prevent feelings of being overwhelmed. Once one room is completed, you can move on to the next.

Category Decluttering:

Instead of focusing on locations, tackle items by categories. For instance, begin with clothing, then books, then kitchenware. This method is particularly useful if you have similar items scattered in multiple locations.

12-12-12 Challenge:

Each day, find 12 items to throw away, 12 items to donate, and 12 items to be returned to their proper place. This systematic approach quickly leads to a decluttered space without the process feeling too burdensome.

Four-Box Method:

In each room, set up four boxes labeled: "Trash," "Give Away," "Keep," and "Relocate." As you go through items, make decisions on the spot and categorize them into one of the four boxes.

The Minimalist Game:

On the first day, declutter one item. On the second day, two items. By day 30, you'll be letting go of 30 items. By the end of the month, you'll have removed hundreds of items!

One-a-Day Approach:

If you're not in a rush, consider decluttering just one item a day. Over a year, that's 365 fewer items in your home.

Closet Hanger Trick:

Turn all the clothes hanging in your closet so that the hangers face back-to-front. For the next six months, when you wear something, return it to the closet with the hanger facing the correct way. At the end of six months, items still facing back-to-front clearly haven't been worn and can be considered for decluttering.


Set aside a fixed amount of time each day, say 20 minutes, dedicated solely to decluttering. This keeps the task from becoming too daunting, and you'll be surprised how much can be accomplished in short bursts.

Digital Assistance:

There are numerous decluttering apps that can assist in tracking your progress, provide motivation, and offer tips on how to declutter.

Enlist Help:

Sometimes, having a friend or family member to assist or simply provide moral support can make the process feel less overwhelming. They might also offer a more objective view on items you're unsure about.

Whichever method or combination of methods you choose, the important aspect is consistency and keeping your end goal in mind. Remember, decluttering is as much an emotional journey as a physical one. It’s about letting go of the old to make way for the new and creating a space that truly reflects who you are and how you want to live. And with the worksheet and chore list from "Wellness in Every Season," you're already set up for success. Happy decluttering!

Key point #6:

Decluttering is a continuous process, as our lives and preferences evolve over time. The frequency of decluttering largely depends on individual lifestyles, the rate of acquiring new items, and personal preferences. Here's a general guideline for decluttering:

Regular Check-ins: It's beneficial to do light decluttering regularly, perhaps every month. This involves addressing obvious clutter, removing items you immediately know you don't want, and ensuring things are in their designated places.

Seasonal Decluttering: Every change of season is a natural checkpoint. This is especially useful for clothing. As you swap out winter wear for summer clothes (or vice versa), it's an opportune time to assess what you didn't wear that season and consider letting it go.

Annual Deep Dive: Once a year, take the time to do a more thorough decluttering. This involves going through storage areas, reassessing items you're on the fence about, and considering larger changes to your living space.

Life Event Decluttering: Big life events, such as moving, welcoming a new family member, starting a new job, or even undergoing personal transformations, are good times to reevaluate your possessions and declutter.

I personally declutter as children grow out of things and then do whole house decluttering twice a year. Because it is so often, it goes fast and means that things that belong together get rehomed together.

As for what to do with items that aren't broken but you no longer want:

Donate: Many charitable organizations and thrift stores welcome gently used items. Clothing, household items, books, and toys are especially sought after. Donating not only helps others but also ensures that your items get a second life.

Sell: Platforms like eBay, Craigslist, Facebook Marketplace, or local garage sales can help you monetize unwanted items. For clothing, platforms like Poshmark or Depop are popular.

Swap: Organize or participate in swap meets where you and others can exchange items. This can be done with friends, within community groups, or even online.

Recycle: If items are not in a condition to be donated or sold, consider recycling them. Many municipalities have recycling programs for various materials, from textiles to electronics.

Repurpose or Upcycle: Get creative! An old t-shirt might become a cleaning rag, or an old dresser can be refurbished into a new piece of decor.

Gift: Items you no longer need might be useful or desirable to friends or family. Consider offering items to them before disposing of them.

Storage (with caution): If you believe an item might be useful or valuable in the future, you can store it. However, be wary of using storage as a way to simply delay decluttering decisions. It's good practice to periodically check stored items and declutter as necessary. I do this with toys to keep them from becoming boring to our four children. I do what is called a toy rotation and I declutter them twice a year.

Remember, the goal of decluttering is not only to create physical space but also to foster a sense of peace and order in your living environment. It's about curating your surroundings to reflect and support the life you want to lead.

Key point #7:

Living with others who don't share your enthusiasm for decluttering can indeed present a challenge. It's essential to approach the situation with understanding, communication, and compromise to ensure that everyone feels respected and heard. Here are some steps to consider:

Before making any moves, initiate a conversation. Understand their reservations or reasons for not wanting to declutter. Their reasons might range from emotional attachment to items, a fear of losing valuable things, or simply not seeing the clutter as an issue.

Start with your personal spaces and belongings. As others witness the positive changes and benefits of a decluttered space (like increased functionality or a more pleasing aesthetic), they might be more inclined to consider it for shared or their personal spaces.

Remember that everyone has different comfort levels when it comes to possessions. Never declutter someone else's belongings without their permission. It can lead to mistrust and conflict.

Identify shared areas of the home that everyone uses, like the living room or kitchen. Discuss the benefits of keeping these spaces decluttered and organized for the good of all household members. You might find that they are more willing to maintain order in shared spaces, even if they prefer a more cluttered personal space.

It's essential to find a middle ground. Maybe they agree to keep certain shared spaces decluttered, but they want their personal spaces left untouched. Recognizing and respecting these boundaries can ensure peace in the household.

Sometimes, watching decluttering shows, reading articles, or viewing before-and-after photos can inspire even the most clutter-loving individuals. Consider watching a show or reading a book on the topic together.

Offer solutions that help organize their belongings better. This doesn't necessarily mean decluttering, but using storage solutions can create a tidier appearance and may make items more accessible.

If clutter is leading to significant discord in the household or impacting functionality and well-being, consider hiring a professional organizer. They can offer a neutral perspective and provide solutions that benefit all household members.

Talk about the emotional and mental benefits of decluttering, such as reduced stress, easier cleaning routines, knowing where to find things, where things belong after use, and a more harmonious home environment. Frame it in a way that emphasizes the benefits for everyone living in the space.

People's views on clutter and possessions can evolve over time. Continue leading by example and revisiting the conversation occasionally without being pushy.

Living with others requires understanding and compromise. While it's lovely when everyone is on the same page, it's essential to approach differences in perspective with empathy and respect. The ultimate goal is a harmonious living situation, which may mean finding a balance between decluttered spaces and those with a bit more "character."


Segment: Coaching Questions

Here are ten coaching questions designed around our discussion on decluttering, personal space, and the influence of one's environment:

Reflection on Current State:

How does your current living environment make you feel when you walk into your home each day?

Vision of Ideal Space:

If you could describe your ideal personal space in three words, what would they be?

Home Ambiance:

How do you want to feel when you enter different rooms of your home, like the bedroom, living room, or kitchen?

Obstacles to Decluttering:

What has held you back from decluttering or organizing your space in the past?

Emotional Attachment:

Are there items in your home that evoke strong memories or emotions, both positive and negative?

Engaging Reluctant Family Members:

How can you communicate the benefits of decluttering to others in your household in a way that respects their feelings and preferences?

Prioritizing Areas:

Which area of your home feels the most overwhelming right now, and why do you think that is?

Routine Maintenance:

How often do you feel the need to declutter, and how can you incorporate this into a sustainable routine?

Disposition of Unwanted Items:

What systems can you put in place to ensure items you no longer want are dealt with in a way that aligns with your values (e.g., donating, recycling, selling)?

End Goal Visualization:

Imagine walking into your home six months from now, after implementing your decluttering strategy. How does it look, and more importantly, how does it make you feel?

These questions aim to promote reflection, identify potential challenges, and guide individuals toward a clearer vision of their ideal living environment.


Episode summary:

Autumn Carter took listeners on an enlightening journey into the transformative power of decluttering. She delved deep into the many ways clutter, both seen and unseen, influences our emotional and visual experiences. Autumn discussed the weight of undone tasks, the disruption in aesthetic harmony, and the challenges of truly finding relaxation amidst clutter.

She offered listeners practical lifehacks for storing cherished memories, especially for families cherishing their children's school creations. For those overwhelmed by the idea of decluttering, Autumn provided a step-by-step guide, accessible through various resources on the Wellness in Every Season website, ensuring listeners were equipped with tools that harmonized with the chore list already available.

Addressing the intricacies of decluttering, Autumn discussed the ethical rehoming of items and shared insights on managing shared living spaces when not everyone is onboard with decluttering. Throughout the episode, listeners were encouraged to reflect, with Autumn posing ten introspective coaching questions, designed to foster a vision of a tranquil and personalized home.

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Thank you for joining us on this week's refreshing wellness discussion. I'm Autumn Carter, your guide through the seasons of motherhood, and I hope you found inspiration and valuable insights during our time together.

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Until next time, remember to prioritize your well-being, embrace every season with grace, and always strive for wellness in every aspect of your motherhood journey. Take care, and I can't wait to catch up with you soon.




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