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Bathroom Declutter + Organize!

Hey hey! I'm so excited to share Episode 3 of my Whole House Decluttering Series on my YouTube Channel! So far we've tackled my kitchen & our upstairs hall closet. In today's Bathroom Declutter video, I'm tackling all three of our bathrooms! {our basement bathroom will be finished soon!!} Our drawers are full & cluttered, along with showers, under the sink.. you name it! I'm so excited to declutter these bathrooms, because it's been on my todo list for a while! I can't wait share with y'all some AMAZING before + afters as well!

Click above to watch this week's video!


  1. Clean the space first

  2. Declutter one whole room/space at a time (depending on size)

  3. Don't pull everything out at once... pull things out in small chunks

I tried to be really tough on keeping only the things I'm ACTUALLY going to use! If I haven't used it recently, or even opened it for that matter, I probably will continue to choose my favorite items. It's time to donate those never used items!

3 Q U E S T I O N S

(to ask yourself when decluttering)

How does this item benefit my daily life?

Is this truly sentimental?

Would I purchase this item again today?

T I P # 1 ::

Don't feel like you need to fill every space.

Open space is a GOOD thing! Often, we feel the need to fill our empty spaces. Why is that? Instead, allow yourself to keep the empty spaces... empty. If the spaces were holding something unsentimental or unimportant, it was actually COSTING you! - And it will be easier to find the things you're looking for when you don't have to move other unnecessary items to find it.

T I P # 2 ::

Keep in mind what it will cost to keep.

Everything we own, costs us (not just money). Whether it's space, time, or stress, it's keeping something from us. Is it worth it? Make sure to keep only the items that have a positive purpose in your home! Also... let go of the fact that you spent money on those items in the first place. The money is spent, you won't get it back (unless you resell the items) but keeping them stored in your cabinets won't make a difference in your bank account... only in the mental & physical space.

T I P # 3 ::

Don't declutter just to declutter, AND don't keep something just to keep it!

Make sure you're not getting declutter-happy! It can be hard to do once you get going, especially if you love to declutter. Keep a smaller box of items you are unsure about giving away. If you haven't gone back to use it in a week, donate it! If you have missed it or found purpose for it, it must hold value to you! Be Intentional.

I hope you guys found these tips to be helpful. I know they have helped me over the years, every time I declutter any space! Be sure to tag me over on Instagram & share with me your most helpful decluttering tip! I'd love to hear from you!

Love you guys!!

XO, amanda

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1 Comment

Darcy Hughes
Darcy Hughes
Mar 18, 2021

Where did you purchase your shower caddy.?

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