So many people want to declutter and get organized but cannot afford a professional organizer.
Professional organizers can be immensely helpful, but also expensive, and when it feels like your entire house is filled with clutter, it’s not hard to imagine the hours (and cost) adding up pretty quickly.
Since hiring help isn’t always a possibility, I decided to create the next best thing because no one should feel hopeless about clearing their clutter.
A few months ago, I reached out to my most favorite professional organizers and industry experts, and asked if they’d be willing to share their wisdom, experience, tips, and tricks in The Happy Organized Life Bundle, and what better way to celebrate this amazing collection than to give one away for free!
The bundle is a collection of more than 60 different resources to help you organize every part of your home. We talk about everything including:
- Goals & Productivity
- Time Management
As well as specific tips and tricks for organizing your:
- Closets & Clothing
- Meal Planning
- Maintaining Organization
- Finances and more!
We wanted to create the ultimate collection of resources and give you access to 50+ professional organizers and industry experts for just $49.97… less than it would cost to hire one for just an hour.
Best of all, we are so confident that you’re doing to LOVE this bundle as much as we do, that we’re backing it with a 30 day, no questions asked money back guarantee!
You can learn all about the bundle and its amazing contributors by clicking here –> take me to the bundle
I even recorded a sneak peek if you’d like to see more of what’s inside, and I share all about the one tip that will literally give me 100+ hours of my life back this year! Just that tip alone was worth more to me than the cost of the bundle!
Happy Organized Life Bundle Giveaway
If you’d like to enter the giveaway, you can do so by leaving a comment below this post about which area of your house you’d most like to get organized!
If you’d like to enter multiple times, you can do so by visiting:
- This Instagram Post
- This Facebook Post
- And the pinned post within the Declutterathon Group on Facebook
I will be announcing the winner of the giveaway Sunday, April 5th, 2020 so get those entries in, and I can’t wait to see who wins!
Introductory Pricing Ends Soon
Introductory pricing will end Monday, April 6th.
After that, the bundle will still be available for sale, but the price will be increasing to $97. It’ll still be a steal of a deal, and less that it would cost for even one of these 50 amazing contributors to come to your home, but I didn’t want anyone to be surprised by the price increase if they chose to wait.
I’d love to know what area of your home or life you’d most like to get organized! Let me know in the comments below, and I’ll be in touch soon with the winner’s name!
My closets and clothing need HELP!! I’m including my garage as a “closet” since it doesn’t function as a “car-holder” but a “stuff-holder” at the moment!! 😀
Our garage could probably qualify as a closet at this point now too! lol
My bedroom ??
need help with the basement
I would love to get the “catch all” room organized.
Thank you for hosting the Happy Organized Life Bundle Giveaway. 🙂
My spare room/playroom/office/storage room. Its getting there, but needs help
As a widow, married a widower and moved into the house that he and his late wife had lived in for about 15 years. She loved to make silk flower arrangements and did a lovely job. In addition, this house has areas on most of the walls toward the ceiling that is recessed and forms a deep shelf. These are filled with “fake” ivy, straw dolls, baskets, clay pots etc. densely arranged. There are arrangements, nick nicks, art objects, etc. on shelves, tables, window sills and recessed areas all through the house. In addition, my husband holds onto EVERYTHING. Nothing is “wasted” or disposed of: books, magazines, gadgets (many of which don’t even work, but “we might be able to get fixed someday”), cd’s, dvd’s, video tapes and audio tapes are kept in piles on furniture and shelves in piles. there is a beautiful curio cabinet with all kinds of figurines, mementos and candles inside. It is often difficult for him to find a particular paper because of the piles and piles of papers that are stacked on chairs and tables everywhere. I have bought him bins to organize them, but when he does use them, it is not to organize, but just to set piles of mail or other paperwork in. We also have large framed artwork on many walls, as well as sconces and mirrors. All of this drives me crazy.
We live in Florida, and I still have my condo up in Ohio, which is decorated simply. I have pictures of my children (6) and grandchildren (9), plus a few other pieces of framed art, and a handful of nick nicks that have sentimental meaning. I am so much more comfortable with that. I don’t know how to address the “overkill” of the decor in our house in FL. Because my husband and his late wife did all of this decorating together, I feel like he will be offended if I point out the excess. He is aware of his paper clutter problem as well as the books that have been accumulated since the 1960’s, and did give away a few books 6 or 8 months ago.
Hi Christie, I’m actually married to a widower as well so I understand the delicate balance of dealing with the belongings of a deceased spouse. While I can understand that he may be resistant to change, I also believe that you have the right to love and enjoy the home you live in. Maybe you could approach changing things from a, “I’d love the chance to create and decorate a home with you” stance. Do you think that might work? That way the focus is more about creating a home you both love together for your new life as a couple. I know it’s tricky, but I hope you’re able to figure out a way to approach it. Good luck! And I’d love to hear what happens (and if/how things change) if you’d like to share more.
Where should I start??? If we could get the main area organized first, then we could move to the basement. I’d really like to finish the basement, too, but would have to declutter there first.
So I guess my order would be: Master, Basement, kids’ rooms (they are all grown & living in their own places now).
I love the concept of this bundle I just wish I had the money to get it.
The main area I need to declutter/organize is my officeycraft room. It’s unusable right now!
Now that I am working from home I would really love help organising my office.
My extra bedroom in my home
My bedroom is in real need of some help……
But so is my spare room (read dumping ground…)
And my living area is coming a very close 3rd……
I REALLY need that bundle ???
I need to tackle the entire house! I have a really bad habit of holding on to things, just in case I may need or will use them later. I hate to get rid of something and then have to buy the same thing down the road, if I need it again.
I’m going to try and clean out my pantry/school supplies cabinet.
I need help with Mindset, Maintaining Organization and Decluttering my Closets & Clothing, Bedroom, Digital, Photos and more
I want to organize my kitchen better.
HI… I have a lot of problems with my bedroom and home office, I try to clean up and decluttering, but it sis impossible…
I hope win this giveaway and make a real change in my life!!
Thanks in advance, send regards, from Caracas, Venezuela..
And remember, stay in home!!!
During this time of isolation I have pushing my kids to try decluttering their rooms. I has jumped on the opportunity to clear out everything under her bed and tidy all clothes in the cupboard. I think its in her to do this. The other, has done bits and pieces. This is the one that needs the help.
I need to address our living room. You see, in 18 mos we had 8 close family members die (all but 1 of natural causes) including my grandmother, my mother, father, only living brother and my mother in law. As a result we inherited 3 full homes worth of clutter and a farm complete with outbuildings stuffed to the brim. During this time period I was also away for months at a time nursing sick relatives. As a result, as the truckloads of things started coming in, I didn’t have time to deal with them. I now have a 6 car garage full and overflowing as well as our home. My living room is so stacked with boxes and furniture there is only a small walkway to the front door. We gave an entire houseful of furniture and things to a family who’s home burned down and you can’t even tell. It’s extremely overwhelming.
My husband and I were clutterbugs already and obviously inherited it from our families. Any help is appreciated.
Oh my goodness, Tracy, I’m so sorry to hear that! That had to be a very stressful 18 months. Have you considered possibly having an estate sale? There are companies you can hire to help manage and organize it all. That might be the best bet for dealing with that much stuff as quickly as possible.