Every Big Decluttering Project Needs a “Catch-Up” Day

When it comes to transforming your home on this decluttering journey, I make a point to tell you that the goal is progress, not perfection. That’s true for your efforts, too.

If you missed a Cure assignment because you were busy, that’s OK. If you missed six because you just didn’t feel like doing them, that’s OK, too. If you did one thing so far, that’s fine. If you finished everything until now but you really need a break, that’s good too.

Today is a a day all about giving yourself grace, and getting realistic about what you can handle…

Day 16: Take a catch-up day.

There’s no real Decluttering Cure assignment for today. I’ve left today blank for you to fill in with whatever task you’d like some overtime to take on.

Here are a few things you could do:

You’re working hard to make your home the best it can be, and that’s impressive and impactful in any amount. You’ll get to finishing everything your home needs, little by little.

More Ways to Participate in the Decluttering Cure:

Taryn Williford

Lifestyle Director

Taryn is a homebody from Atlanta. She writes about cleaning and living well as the Lifestyle Director at Apartment Therapy. She might have helped you declutter your apartment through the magic of a well-paced email newsletter. Or maybe you know her from The Pickle Factory Loft on Instagram.

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