Organise My Entire Life - Declutter Challenge

Organise My Entire Life - Declutter Challenge

An achievable way to create some calm in just 30 mins a day

Decluttering your house can feel like a massive job, something that has been on the list for years and just never happened, or started never to be finished. 

Decluttering with kids also brings its own issues, as well we know! 

Masses of kids toys, clothes you've not worn since pre-baby but hold on to just incase you'll ever fit them again, kitchen cupboards that are overflowing. Imagine how amazing it would feel to be living in a clearer, better organised, all round calmer house.

This 7 day challenge gets you started with the process. We tackle it in small stages, we create momentum, see the benefits and then build inspiration to keep going. In just 15-30 minutes a day you'll start to feel better about the whole thing. 

And if you fancy carrying on you'll find a couple of added bonuses at the end too.

A 30 day version of the challenge so you can carry on and finish your entire house PLUS an organisational tool (the weekly planner) which I swear is the main thing that keeps our lives in any sort of order. This is taken from the full Organise my Entire Life course and I think you'll love it. 

Oh and you can join in all the chat, get extra prompts, competitions, ideas and organisation hacks over on the Organise My Entire Life Facebook group too!

I'm up for having a massive clear out...

Sign me up now!

What's included?

2 Surveys
11 Texts
2 PDFs
1 Download
Helen Bryce
Helen Bryce

About the instructor

I’m Helen, founder of Guilty Mothers Club. I have four little ones and live in Manchester, UK. 

I have over a decades experience in HR, specifically leadership / talent management and I have spent the last 8 years designing and delivering training and development programmes. From recruiting coaches and creating mentoring schemes through to launching an entire leadership academy I have trained hundreds of people of all levels and roles and am hooked on personal development. 

I’ve returned to work for a large corporate after maternity leave so understand the challenges this brings. I’ve felt first hand the overwhelm, the compromises and also sadly the discrimination some women face. I've also experienced running a start up around nap times and am now lucky enough to be doing work I love and feel so passionate about. I genuinely believe that the world will be a better place when more women are able to fulfil their potential so I'm all about embracing motherhood but not letting it hold us back. I'm a feminist, at times annoyingly positive but a dreamer at heart!

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