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Are you completely overwhelmed by your stuff? Has the clutter in your house got a life of its own?
If you want to get uncluttered in 2019, keep readin’!
Sporty and I often get emails from readers asking for help. They want to downsize but have no idea how to get the ball rolling.
Which is understandable, given that there’s no space for said ball to roll.
But while we do what we can to inspire and motivate them, the truth is, we’re pretty much out of our league when it comes to offering advice in this regard.
The fact that we run a minimalist blog and should find this sort of thing easy is not lost on me. Thing is, we’ve never really been stuff people anyway and now that we own next to nothing…well, you can see how we’re probably not the best people to ask.
We’d obviously love to put together in-depth and helpful course on decluttering, but we don’t have the foggiest idea how even to do that.
Also, we’re a couple of lazy urban hippies who’d much rather quaff organic red wine (from Woolies), drink buckets of coffee and eat vegan pizza at Col’Cacchio.
Don’t worry though, all is not lost. We’ve found a really cool way to help you (and still drink wine). Think of it as one of those made in heaven win/win situations.
Uncluttered: A Course on Decluttering
Registration for the Winter Edition of Uncluttered opens January 2, 2020.
Be there or be cluttered. Just sayin’.
Joshua’s goal with the course is to help people who want to own less, but can’t quite seem to get there. It offers everything a book or blog post cannot: community, accountability, opportunity to ask questions, and specific weekly challenges.
Over 25,000 people have gone through the course since its inception three years ago. Participants consistently tell Joshua how they’ve experienced real change in their lives as a result.
The information is relevant no matter where in the world you’re from. This map shows the location pins shared by students from all four corners of the globe.
I was super pleased to note quite a few in our neck of the minimalist woods. #gobokke
What Does Uncluttered Entail?
The Uncluttered course offers 12 weeks of guided instruction, community, encouragement, and inspiration to help folks declutter their home. Whether you’re a family of four, an old married couple (like us!) or flying solo, Joshua’s course will help you get uncluttered.
Room-By-Room Decluttering Strategy
Over the course of 12 weeks, during the Uncluttered program, you will receive step-by-step guidance to declutter every major lived-in area of your home. Each week of the course features video content (also available as transcripts) and written material. The weekly challenges keep everyone in the course focused on the same room at the same time.
Uncluttered Online community
The online community forms the foundation for daily encouragement, motivation, and inspiration. Uncluttered course participants use the private Facebook group to ask questions, find support, and share progress.
The active community of present (and past) participants is available every hour of the day to provide the support you need for success. And specific decluttering questions are quickly answered by fellow participants or Joshua himself.
The Uncluttered course features three live webinars. Along with additional coaching from Joshua in a live environment, you will also have opportunity to ask him your most pressing decluttering questions.
Each webinar is recorded and made available immediately after, so if you’re unable to attend the live event you can still have access to the information shared.
Interviews with Minimalist Thought Leaders
During the Uncluttered course, Joshua is joined by some of the most influential leaders in the minimalism movement. During these interviews, participants are able to hear how owning less plays out differently from one person to another.
Each expert interview provides valuable knowledge and inspiration to participants. But more than that, they further display the power of the movement to own less and how it is changing lives all over the world.
What Does Uncluttered Cost?
The cost is $89. The once-off fee includes step-by-step guidance, weekly challenges, webinars, live Q&As and a supportive community. Pretty much everything you need to get (and stay) uncluttered.
Participants receive lifetime access. You can take the course as many times as you want (or need) for free. Life can be busy and stuff happens. But Joshua and your fellow community members will ensure your ultimate success. If taking the course more than once is what you need, then go for it.
100% Guarantee. If you’re not 100% satisfied with Uncluttered, they’ll refund your money, no questions asked.
Bonus Gift: You’ll receive a FREE digital copy of Clutterfree with Kids when you sign up.
I’m so happy to say that since beginning this course we have gotten rid of over 50% of our belongings. I can breathe again. And we can let people into our home without feeling embarrassed. Thank you. —Cynthia Landon, Uncluttered 2017
I now have space in my head to start working on things I care about. —Lorna Wood, Uncluttered 2017
I have significantly less stress in my life and have more self-control. Most importantly, I’m becoming more like the mom and wife I want to be. —Caryn Seney, Uncluttered 2018
My husband has changed, too. We’re bike riding now and spending more time together. —Shannan Raucci, Uncluttered 2017
The term life-changing gets thrown around a lot, but this course really is. I went into it with a lot of shame and anxiety. Joshua gently guided us in a way that made lasting change seem possible. My home is much improved, but my mindset is also clearer. —Kathryn Wagner, Los Angeles, CA
I am a better mother, a better wife, a better housekeeper, a better budgeter, a better teacher, a better neighbor and a better friend. I’m still a work in progress, but it feels good to be where I am at. —Pam L.
My credit card statement came today. $1,000.00 under my typical monthly balance! Thank you Uncluttered community. I’ve been at this for years; however, it’s clear I truly needed this group to get to that next level. —Cheyanne Morris, St. Paul, MN