Would you like your kids and spouse to help with the decluttering process?
Would they rather play games?
This is the best of both world, you get to minimize the clutter in your home and your family will be incentivized to help!
With the Decluttering Games Mega Pack you get:
11 fun and engaging games that you can use to motivate and energize your family to help with the decluttering process.
With some help, it won't seem so daunting to declutter ALL.THE.THINGS.
Tips on how to incentivize the games for even more impact.
Decluttering and minimizing can be a lonely process, infuse it with some fun for the whole family.
There are lots of games that aren't found anywhere else!
Gamify the decluttering process!
When you buy the pack you have lifetime access to these games.
(and get extra games as more are added!!!)
How much would it cost to get a professional declutterer to come to your house and work with you and your family to get them motivated to declutter and minimize?
You have access to this as long as you have access to your email account.
Minimizing BINGO! is a fun way to look for clutter in a different way. Play as a family to see who can get a bingo first.
! It's a race against time to see who can get the most bags filled!
! Use this game at the beginning of your journey or when you're needing some momentum. This is the absolute best way to build momentum and momentum is better than willpower and motivation.
Pick an item to let go of each day for 15 days! When you feel like you’re stuck in a rut, this is a great game to start with. You can play individually and support each other or play against each other.
This month long game helps you let go of items relating to the calendar day. This is best for when you are ready to let go of masses of unused and unloved clutter in your home. Great for all ages specifically school aged and above.
Like the Minimalism game, This month long game helps you let go of items relating to the calendar day, but in reverse. So instead of Day 1 being 1 item, Day 1 would be 30 items (when the month is 30 days long).
Inspired by the proverb: “How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time,” this game is a creative way to build momentum in your decluttering journey. You also have a visual incentive and the satisfaction of coloring in your very own elephant. Great for all ages, especially your youngest players.
Take turns finding items that correspond to a selected letter and number! This game is great for all ages, specifically reading age and above.
Take turns guessing if your family members are going to keep or toss their items! This is a great game to uncover the “why” behind letting go of an item.
I love this game because we can be purposeful with our decluttering but the game also leaves it up to chance.
The Clutter Scavenger Hunt is a fun way to declutter together.
This is like a traditional scavenger hunt, but you are looking for items that are clutter.
Let go of your items and earn the most points in this fun spin on the classic game!
Every time you let go of an item, fill your jar up a little bit more! Play this game until your jar is full, seeing the jar fill will help give you the incentive to let go of more things.
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