3 Ways to De-Clutter Your Kids' Rooms
1. Minimize Stuff on a Schedule
White lives by a schedule of regular de-cluttering - it helps keep things under control. "The less stuff we have in the kids' rooms, the easier it is for them to put things back in order on their own," she notes.
2. Don't Ignore Kids' Rooms
White makes a point to check her kids' rooms regularly. "My kids' rooms are a problem because I don't HAVE to go in them," she says. "I can close the door and ignore them way too easily.... my kids' rooms are a constant struggle."
3. Purge, Purge, Purge
The kids' playroom was (literally) knee-deep in clutter before White started her blog. She started purging the playroom a little bit at a time. "I've personally realized that it isn't possible for me to keep an over-abundance of stuff in order, and it isn't possible for my kids either," she says.
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