What would you do with more space in your life for the things that matter most, and less “stuff” weighing you down?

Stop being a figure in the background cleaning up after your children's memories, and start being a part of them...

 Learn the simple, realistic and proven process to declutter your home and your life so that you can have the freedom to spend more of your time how you choose. You've got better things to take care of than all that stuff, Mama! 

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Escape the burden of unending chaos and mess for less than the cost of dinner. 

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It was very informative. I like the step-by-step method.

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Any of this sound familiar...

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  • You constantly feel overwhelmed or behind with your housework. 
  • It takes you hours to “clean” your home – and that is mainly just picking up the stuff that is out. You’re rarely able to get past the daily maintenance and onto the actual cleaning jobs – like mopping the floors or scouring the bathroom – on a regular basis.
  • Your kids can destroy all of your hard work in seconds. 
  • You have storage issues – closets, drawers, under the bed – it’s all filled and it’s hard to find places to put stuff away.
  • You are easily overwhelmed and discouraged when picking up because you don’t have “homes” for a lot of your stuff.
  • Your home feels chaotic, even stressful, and anxiety-inducing, instead of a place to relax, escape and connect.
  • You find that you’re often running late because something is always missing (your shoes, your keys, the homework folder your kids need, your phone…etc.).

​It doesn't have to be that way...
If you can find just 15 minutes a day, you can escape chaos and find space for yourself.

What would that space mean for you?

A place you want to be

Space in your home that isn't stressful or overwhelming. 

Less Maintenance

Cleaning will be faster and easier because there will be less to clean, meaning less time is required. 

More Time

More time for what is most important to you .

More opportunities to connect as a family

Freedom to slow down and connect in ways you didn't even realize were missing in your life because you won't be so distracted and caught up in surrounding clutter. 

My why happens to look exactly like yours. The truth actually stung my eyes a bit because it is so so true and I desperately want out of the mess cycle so I can be more present without the nagging in the back of my mind that there’s so much I need to do. I liked sitting and thinking about the way my house makes me feel right now as opposed to how I want to feel when I look around. I think that’s very helpful in helping to figure out what level of minimalism you want...I'm really looking forward to reading the rest of this book. "

Sara S. 

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Get ready to unburden yourself from the mess. Make space for what matters most to you and let go of the rest. 

Who am I to be teaching you how to declutter and simplify?

I’m Kristin Mullen, creator of Totally the Mom, author of Making Space and a busy mom just like you. I’ve been in that state of constant chaos and overwhelm. Through decluttering my home, I’ve been able to make more space in my life for what really matters most, and discovered the freedom that was buried in all that “stuff.” 


For most of my life I have struggled with getting and staying organized. I’ve always been a naturally sort of scattered person. Yes, I enjoyed having a clean, organized space, but I struggled to keep things that way. I was the type who would be late to an important event because I couldn’t find my keys. The one who would manage to lose a bright pink heel in my own closet, and who once was so distracted I turned in the wrong composition book (a blank one, I might add) during a crucial college exam. 


Shockingly, things did not improve once I had kids -- four of them!


In fact, the chaos only became more amplified. But what also became more amplified was the reality of how much the mess affected me. We were living our lives in a constant state of survival.


The goal was just to take each day as it comes and make it through it.  As a stay-at-home-mom, I was always in the mess and it stressed me out, made me feel anxious and overwhelmed at the thought of digging our way out of it.


I tried a barrage of tactics to change the situation. I scoured the internet for any and all cleaning tips and routines and probably tried half a dozen. One in particular offered a daily list of tasks to complete each day, along with a weekly cleaning assignment. It seemed manageable and I dove in. And, when I followed the routines and assignments to a T, my house was clean. It did look nice. The problem: it took almost ALL of my time to keep up with it.


My kids would ask me to play and I’d constantly be pushing them aside because I had to finish the next thing on my list. I’d yell at my kids any time they tried to play because they’d be making a mess. I’d snap at them and my husband, feel sorry for myself for “being the only one who cared about taking care of our house” and I’d get up early and stay up late to keep up with my routine.


It was exhausting and my motivation to keep going quickly dwindled. I mean, who wants to wake up early and start their day by scrubbing toilets anyway? It’s not really worth jumping out of bed for – you know?


I felt like I was missing out on my life because I was too busy cleaning up after it.


So then I did a complete 180 and decided to try to just accept the chaos and the mess. Your kids are only young once. I didn’t want to be in the background of their memories. I wanted them to know they mattered. So I tried my best to ignore it. I tried not to care and told myself that anyone else who would ever see my house would understand and not care either (though I secretly cringed and died a little inside every time someone came to my door).


But, then we were back to mess and chaos and survival mode.I really just thought I sucked at being an organized, functioning adult.I never wanted to have anyone over. And when we did, it would take me days to get our house “clean” for guests (and by clean I mean that all outward signs of mess had been shoved in closets and closed behind doors that were off limits to anyone).


We were constantly running late, constantly losing things, missing deadlines for permission slips, scrambling, yelling, fighting and generally not very happy.So I went back to the exhausting cleaning routines. And one day, I found myself frustrated to the point of tears over the fact that I had spent my entire day working through a cleaning checklist that was supposed to take an hour and still hadn’t even broached the actual cleaning part yet.


It suddenly hit me.We had too much stuff. 


I couldn’t keep up because there simply was too much to take care of. I began to look at my life and the stuff in it, in an entirely different way. Instead of just methodically picking something up and finding a place to stash it, I started questioning WHY.


 WHY do I have this?


WHAT purpose does it serve in my life?


HOW does it help me achieve the life I want to live?


That was really the spark that started to change everything. I didn’t yet know what minimalism was. I didn’t know how to declutter or what that even meant. I just knew we had too much stuff. And I was ready to be done with that. I was ready to get my life back so it wouldn’t take me all day to clean. I was done choosing between my kids and having a house that didn’t cause heart palpitations.


And that’s where Making Space is designed to help you. This is about so much more than just having a cleaner house and being on time for things.This is about making space...

 

... for YOU.


... for  YOUR LIFE and filling it with  WHAT MATTERS MOST to you.


This is about choosing to be in CONTROL of how you spend your time.


This is about THRIVING and not just SURVIVING.


I’ve been where you are now and can tell you first-hand that there is a better way.


After much trial and error in my own life, Making Space is, step-by-step the exact process I’ve used to declutter my home in a way that actually works for a busy mom. It has changed my life and it can do the same for you.


Is my home perfect all the time now? Ha – NO. I’m still on my journey and it’s always a work in progress. But my life has already dramatically changed.


We’re not living in constant chaos anymore. I don’t feel like I’m drowning or just barely treading water to make it through each day. I can have guests over without freaking out, and the thought of someone dropping by unannounced doesn’t send me into a state of panic. Things are under control.


And because of that I’ve been able to achieve so much more fulfillment in my life. I’m more present with my kids and husband. I’m able to take care of my family and still relax at the end of the day. I yell less. And perhaps most importantly, I decide how to spend my time – not my stuff.


I want all of this for you, and by following the steps I have outlined in this guide, we’re going to make it your reality too. By decluttering your home, you’re going to be making space for living your life how you choose.


The rest of your life – the one where YOU get to decide how to live it – starts today. : )

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What's included...

  • Chapter 1: Why you Can’t Keep Your House Clean (Hint: It’s not because you suck at cleaning) 
  • Chapter 2: Important Work Before the Work
  •  Chapter 3: The Simple 7 Decluttering Process You Can Apply to Any Space or Thing in Your Home
  • Chapter 4: Powerful Tips for Getting Started
  • Chapter 5: 5 Excuses Keeping Clutter in Your Life & How to Overcome Them
  • Chapter 6: Tips for Conquering the Kid Stuff
  • Chapter 7: Paper, School Work & Art Projects, Oh My! (How to manage the endless influx of paper and its piles)
  • Chapter 8: Limiting the Laundry
  • Chapter 9: How to Keep the Clutter Away
  •  Epilogue: It’s About the Journey

I like how the chapter isn’t too long of a read but filled with useful tips. I absolutely loved how you break down the decluttering into the 2 phases. I liked how you speak about the maintenance phase and how to get to that...Overall this was a great and easy read.” 

Neelam K.

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Making Space: The Workbook & Planner ($14 Value)

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An actionable, easy to follow workbook that will have you squeezing every last drop out of your decluttering time (which means faster results in less time for you). You’ll have the why, the when, the where (both where you’ll declutter and where you’ll be sending your stuff) all in one simple place.  You won’t just be dreaming about what your life could be. You’ll be making it happen. And this workbook/planner duo will help you get there faster.  

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Done for you daily routines, plus a free workbook to help you create and implement your own powerful routines.  

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The first 10 people to buy before the deadline will get a free small group decluttering coaching session where we’ll be participating in some mini challenges and talking through some of your biggest struggles.

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The first 5 people to buy before the deadline will get a free 30-minute  private decluttering video call with me for personalized guidance and advice as it relates to your own personal decluttering journey.

The way you lay out the decluttering method is super easy to follow and I like how you have come up with clever names like the Zack Morris method and the Simple Seven so they are easy to remember.  Your tip about setting a time limit and a space limit for your decluttering appointment is spot on so you don't get overwhelmed before you even begin. Start small and build your decluttering muscle!”

Tara D. 

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Got Questions...?

Here are answers to some frequently asked questions:

I’ve got stuff to do and it’s really hard for me to find ANY time to do anything away from my kids. How much time will I have to spend decluttering before I actually see any results? 

Will I have to get rid of 98% of my belongings and never enjoy shopping again? 

But first I have to clean up and get organized…

How is the guide delivered?

Do I need a Kindle or any special software to read it?

What if I hate it? Will I get my money back?

Escape Chaos. Make space for life. 

Discover the freedom of more time and less stuff. Take advantage of this special pricing for Making Space today. 

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