Stop the Clutter! cards

22 June 2018

I’m always trying to figure out ways to make organizing/decluttering/task management fun. You may remember To-Do List Bingo for example.

So I was intrigued when I learned that a colleague in Columbus, Ohio, Karen Kruzan of K-Squared Organizing, had created a deck of cards to help people declutter and organize. They’re called Stop the Clutter! cards. So of course, I bought a deck to try them out.

I took this picture:

Stop the Clutter cards

A representative decluttering card

The deck of 56 tarot-sized action cards is split into four categories:

  • 14 blue decluttering cards
  • 12 red organizing activity cards
  • 16 green self-awareness activity cards
  • 10 yellow self-care cards

Each card has an activity of some sort on it. The idea is that you shuffle the deck and then each day (or perhaps less often if you’re really busy) you draw a card and complete the activity. The cards offer advice along with the activities.

I think this is just brilliant! For someone who needs help figuring out where to get started, it could be so helpful. Not knowing what you’re going to be working on makes it fun. I think it’s great that the activities are quick but together they add up to a huge amount of progress. And, of course, I absolutely love that self-care activities are part of the deck.

Karen, who is also psychotherapist as well as an organizer, has clearly put a whole lot of thought into the activities in the deck. I heartily encourage you to check them out!

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What and where to sell things

AJ 07/15/2018 04:14 PM

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Janine Adams

Hello! I’m Janine Adams — a certified professional organizer based in St. Louis, and the creator of Peace of Mind Organizing®.

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