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Episode 264 – 10 things in your home that may be aspirational

When it comes to decluttering there is one emotion that is lesser known but vital to conquer if you want to be successful. In today’s podcast we are going to talk through 10 things that might be lurking in your home that fall into the aspirational category… or do they? Let's find out.


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  1. Hello from Australia! I just wanted to let you ladies know that Ep 264 10 Things in your home that may be aspirational was so interesting and left me with plenty of food for thought.
    I have been on a 2year decluttering journey with plenty of bumps along the way. I recently came unstuck with photos. What to do with 100's and 100's of photos, what do I do with all the albums, and photos in shoe boxes etc. It was such an overwhelming task and it made me realised that you are absolutely right when you talk about "emotion based declutter" and our emotional connection to our "stuff".
    I had to laugh at the pasta machine because mine is gathering dust in a top kitchen cupboard however I can't bring myself to give it away because it was a present from my son! As Lesley mentioned the yummy pasta that her husband makes I thought I should give the pasta machine another go!
    The 10 Things list also made me realised that it is not always black and white. It would be easy to follow the principle of decluttering something when you don't use it for 6 months or a year. Scrapbooking is my go to place for a calming activity however I may have a 2 or 3 year break from it and then I happily get back to it and I think that's ok.
    Learning how you describe the emotional aspect of a decluttering journey has been so valuable and I am very grateful to have discovered your wonderful podcasts.
    Kind Regards,
    Marie

  2. Sorry to learn that The Declutter Hub Podcast didn't win the award of best podcast show of the year. However the judges shouldn't base their decision on number of listeners. I feel that
    The Declutter Hub Podcast should have won for providing the most useful and enjoyable podcast.

    Today's podcast motivated me to put my large stack of photos in albums and to declutter some.
    However I am not able to declutter any of my cookbooks nor my decluttering books.

    1. Thank you Mary for your lovely comment! We have another two awards to go to, so fingers crossed we have more luck there.
      Well done on putting your photos in an album. That must have been such a lovely job to do.
      If you love your decluttering and cookbooks they can stay no worries.
      Ingrid x

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