If you’re ready to clear out the clutter, you don’t have to start the journey on your own.
The following experts are ready and eager to walk you through the process. In addition to listing practical advice, these blogs offer encouragement, how-to guides, and overall inspiration for an orderly home and life.
Here the top 12 decluttering blogs to follow right now.
I write about my experiences on the clutter-busting front lines by sharing inspiring stories about how my clients were able to let go of their clutter. I encourage kindness when clutter-busting.
—Brooks Palmer, Clutter Busting with Brooks Palmer @BrooksSaysHi
Becoming Minimalist inspires others to live more by owning less. There are life-giving benefits to owning less. And each of our lives is far too valuable to waste chasing material possessions.
—Joshua Becker, Becoming Minimalist @joshua_becker
These days, many people are feeling overwhelmed by the clutter in their lives, and need some guidance and encouragement to make a change. I write to help readers erase the slate of self-recrimination and implement strategies that result in predictability, flexibility and joy.
—Seana Turner, The Seana Method @TheSeanaMethod
A Bowl Full of Lemons is a lifestyle blog that helps a growing community of people who aspire to get their lives in order. We share tips on how to declutter your homes from top to bottom, teach cleaning tips and tricks, help you get on a budget, and everything in between.
—Toni Hammersley, A Bowl Full of Lemons @abowlfulloflemons (Instagram)
I’m a TV news producer by day, and make tons and tons of lists to get stuff done and stay organized. Listproducer.com was born out of my own experiences struggling to declutter every aspect of my life. I share life hacks and shortcuts that will make your life easier, one list at a time.
—Paula Rizzo, List Producer @ListProducer
At A Slob Comes Clean, I share reality-based cleaning and organizing tips, based on my reality! As I get my home under control through my own deslobification process, I tell the truth about which methods work in real life for real people who don’t necessarily love cleaning and organizing.
—Dana White, A Slob Comes Clean @ASlobComesClean
I share lessons learned from clients, and I share my enthusiasm about various organizing solutions and strategies. With this blog, I try to help people who struggle with getting organized find an easy way to feel more at ease.
—Janine Adams, Peace of Mind Organizing @janinea
We write about ways to organize, declutter and manage your home, your kids, your time and more. We like to write about new products, apps, and books to help you live smarter. We include real-life personal stories and struggles of what we as parents and adults go through on our life journeys.
—Autumn and Natalie, Smart Happy Organized @smarthaporg
As a wife, mother and interior designer, I knew homes could be orderly without sacrificing beauty. Launched in 2009, Simplified Bee is an inspiring, educational home decor blog with a focus on beautiful yet organized interiors.
—Cristin Bisbee Priest, Simplified Bee @SimplifiedBee
Getting organized doesn’t have to be complicated or overwhelming. In fact, it can be easy and fun. Curl up with my blog and learn how to declutter your home, get more time, reach your goals and have a blast along the way.
—Mridu Parikh, Life Is Organized @LifeIsOrganized (pictured at top)
The mission of the blog is to help the lives of my followers by providing simple, innovative and do-it-yourself solutions for organizing and beautifying their home, garden and children’s lives. I’m a professional organizer and a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers, so I also bring in the real info that digs deeper into helping people get and, more importantly, stay organized!
—Samantha, Simply Organized @simplyorganize1
Join me on my journey from cluttered to clean as I transform my home with easy and inexpensive organizing solutions! Each week, I share real-life tips and tricks that have helped me to keep my home clean and clutter-free, even with three little kids, two cats, a dog … and a husband!
—Cassandra Aarssen, ClutterBug.Me @Malitose