Declutter Small Spaces

How to easily organize any drawer, cabinet, or box in twenty minutes or less!

Do you stuff things in drawers, cabinets or boxes to make your home look neater?

The problem with that is that you haven't really cleaned anything up – you have just transferred the messes to places that are harder to reach.

The more you do this, the worse those small spaces get. Then you become afraid to open a cabinet door because who knows what might fall on you. Or you're afraid to even try to open a drawer because you know it will get stuck.

If you do this, then other family members learn to do it too. When you do this, you don't have the moral authority to ask anyone else to be clean and organized.

What's worse is that when drawers, cabinets and boxes are too full, this increases irritability in all members of a household, and irritability raises the chance of arguments.

When you think about decluttering and organizing small spaces (such as drawers, cabinets and boxes), you may think to yourself "I know how to do this. I just have to do it."

But if these spaces have been a mess for a long time, consider that perhaps the real reason you don't organize them is that you were never taught how to effectively do this – so you don't actually know how to do it.

It takes tremendous effort to do things without a plan or a process. But once you learn a process, it's easy!


Wouldn't you rather live in a harmonious home?

At some point, when the drawers, cabinets and boxes are stuffed to the brim, the messes just spread all over the home.

That's no way to live:

  • Afraid to open cabinet doors or drawers.
  • Tormented about the example you're setting for others.
  • Too embarrassed to have people over.

What's Hidden Is More Important than What's Visible!

When you look at home magazines, you usually don't see photos of the inside of drawers.

Design publications focus on the visible – the furniture and decorations in the living room, dining room, bedroom.

They don't pay attention to what's hidden.

In Feng Shui, what's hidden is more important than what's visible.

If you compare:

  • A home that looks beautiful and organized but that has messy drawers, to
  • A home that has organized drawers, closets and cabinets, but looks messy on the outside...

The later is preferable to the former.

Organization (like healing) Happens from the Inside Out

When the most hidden spaces are organized, visible messes are easy to straighten up, because everything has a place.

But if you stuff drawers, cabinets and closets in order to give the appearance of order, that means that your home is not really, truly organized.

The mark of an organized person is the organized drawer.

in this class you'll learn how to organize one drawer, cabinet or box in 20 minutes or less for a price so low that if you have messy drawers (or cabinets or closets) and you don't take this opportunity to learn... that probably means deep down you don't want to solve this problem, or you don't think it's a problem.

But it is a problem. No one really likes clutter, and no one can get used to clutter, but people can become numb to clutter. And that is a really bad thing. Numbness is the opposite of life.

Once you learn this process, messes in small spaces will no longer be a problem for you.


Learn a Life-Changing Skill

A Life-Changing Skill

The good news is that I have created a process by which I can teach anyone to organize a small space in less than 20 minutes.

I have taught this process to:

  • Men who had never before been able to keep their spaces tidy.
  • Mothers who then taught it to their pre-schoolers and thus gave them a gift for life.
  • Teenagers whose moms wouldn't let them play video games unless their rooms, including drawers and closets, were tidy.

For a limited time, I'm sharing this skill for a symbolic price. At the end of the month, this class will be sold for $49.99 but right now you can get it for much, much less.

Invest a few bucks and half an hour of your time.

The class will be taught live on Thursday June 17 at 7 PM Eastern Time. The replay will be available the next day. Once recorded, the class does not expire, so you can go back to it any time you want.

Your Feng Shui Guide

Moni Castaneda
Moni Castaneda

My name is Moni and I have made it my mission to take the confusion out of Feng Shui.

With my previous knowledge of architecture, and the help of experts in Traditional Chinese Medicine, I have created a Feng Shui method that makes sense and is easy to learn and apply: the Nine Steps to Feng Shui® System, which is at the core of all my training programs and books.

In my decluttering classes, programs and services I help students and clients let go of that which holds them back, so that they can discover the beauty in their spaces, in their lives and in themselves.

Simply put, families who live in organized homes are happier and more successful.

Give yourself the gift of a new skill that can improve your life.

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