March 20th is the first day of spring.
Can you believe it?
March means the end of this year’s first quarter and a good reminder to look back on annual goals to focus on what’s important.
To help you declutter this spring, I put together an epic list of posts that can help you declutter your life in all areas.
Clean Up Your Finances
Of course on a site about money, we have to talk about cleaning up your financial life first.
The spring is a good time to reduce your reoccurring bills. This post teaches you bills that you can lower. If you need help negotiating your bills down, I also have a post that can help you here.
This post is how to cut your excess spending and start budgeting so you can put more money in the bank. (If you’re new to budgeting, grab my beginner’s guide here.)
This is a fab post from Amanda Abella. She goes through steps of getting your financial life together from defining your goals, figuring out where you’re leaking money, and automating money that goes into your investment accounts.
Declutter Your Mindset
For positive things to happen in your life, you must have a positive mindset. Here are posts to help improve your outlook this spring.
This post is full of mindset gems and a post I found interesting because I learned something new. It covers seven different types of positive mindsets you need to have to be successful.
Two mindsets from the post I love are the self-trust mindset and the patience mindset. I need more of both.
I really love the Becoming Minimalist blog. This post focuses on ways to simplify your surroundings to bring more joy and happiness to your life.
This post is another one with tips on how a positive attitude attracts positive things.
Declutter and Clean Your Home
You can’t go through spring without some actual cleaning, folks! So these posts are tips on how to clean up your humble abode.
If you’re super lazy, this is definitely the first household decluttering post to read. It breaks cleaning down into small tasks that’ll only take you a few minutes.
This post is from another one of my favorite blogs, Being Minimalist. It includes an epic list of ways you can remove extra stuff from your home so you can be more present in the moment.
A post from Clark.com that covers 30 cleaning shortcuts that will make your life easier like ways to clean shower scum and air vents.
Yesss, even more cleaning hacks. I really love the tips from this post on how to clean greasy gas burners and avoid shower build up altogether.
Organize Your Clothes and Closets
Yes, clothes and closets deserve their own category!
If you need some bedroom organization inspiration, this is the post to check out. The post includes DIY ways to gain more storage space like hanging socks and hats in fruit baskets. I know; mind blown.
I’m really intrigued by the capsule wardrobe idea. If you have tons of shoes and clothes taking up space, a capsule wardrobe is where you get rid of everything except basics that you can interchange in a fashion forward way. Learn how to save some closet space and still look chic in this post.
Spring Clean Up Your Career & Business
All my #bosschics, here are two posts to help you clean up your professional life.
If you have a blog and/or business, this is a long list of ways you can refresh them to prepare for the rest of the year.
This post includes ways to clean up your resume, how to clean up how you appear in Google results, and more.
Declutter Your Relationships
Your relationships may need some cleaning or reassessing, too. Here are some posts to help you with that.
This post is the personal musing of a writer who used household decluttering advice to help her remove men from her life that weren’t a good fit so she could start attracting the right people. Pretty sweet.
Your friendships may need cleaning, too. This post discusses communicating, setting boundaries, and showing gratitude for the relationships you have.
A blog post from Tay Talks Money makes the round up! This post is about cleaning up your social media profiles so you can declutter the noise.
Clean Up Your Bod + Health
Last, get that body in shape girl!
Last summer, I focused on losing weight and getting back into shape. Learn how I lost weight the healthy way in this post.
This eat clean challenge was from last year, but still relevant! Eating clean is essentially eating fresh foods that aren’t prepackaged. It can work wonders for the bod.
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