As the crisp mornings and cool nights start to hit, we’re reminded of the beauty in change. Here in Southern California, we don’t get to see the trees shed their leaves, but I’m told by our East Coasters that reds, oranges, and yellows are in full effect. And our Midwesterners have even welcomed some snow flurries. Wherever you are, you can take a cue from Mother Earth and see what you are ready to shed or let fall away. Now is the perfect time for decluttering, and here’s why so many of our members are committing to it in their accountability groups.

Align with Nature

Just as trees shed their leaves to conserve energy and prepare for new growth in the spring, decluttering our living spaces allows us to clear the mental and physical space we need for personal growth and renewal. Autumn invites us to follow nature’s rhythm and simplify.

Get Cozy

As the days get shorter and the nights longer (time changes this weekend!), we find ourselves spending more time indoors. A clutter-free home not only looks more inviting but also provides a cozy sanctuary for relaxation and introspection. Embrace the season by making your living space a comfortable haven for the colder months ahead.

Preparing for the Holidays

With the holiday season just around the corner, decluttering now can help reduce stress and make room for guests and festivities. It’s easier to decorate and host gatherings in an organized, clutter-free environment.

Donating and Giving Back 

As you declutter, consider donating items to those in need. Many charities and shelters are in desperate need of warm clothing, blankets, and other essentials as winter approaches. By decluttering, you can make a positive impact on your community.

Letting go of unnecessary stuff allows us to simplify, reduce stress, and focus on what matters. By releasing the excess, we can redirect our time and energy toward our goals and vision. It’s simple, but adding a little order to our corner of the world might be just what we need.

If you want to learn more about our signature process, which includes visioning, setting goals, and committing to weekly action steps, check out the AW 1-Year Undated Planner.