Get a full step by step system to declutter the toys in your home start to finish.
Learn how to make decisions on what to keep, and not keep - and how to include your kids in the process.
And have a game plan for how you will handle new incoming toys!
Back in 2012 I owned a small preschool, and had my home full of toys and educational materials. Not kidding the playroom was ankle deep in toys.
No wonder I was overwhelmed. All my kids did was dump out all the toys and then continue on with whatever story line it was they had created.
I would spend hours a day just trying to keep up. My weekends I spent catching up and re-organizing all my work that had been undone the week before. It was totally exhausting, and pointless because now that we have 1/10 the amount of toys we had before my kids are just as happy - and arguable happier because I am happier.
The toy course will give you the exact steps to decide what toys are serving your family and which toys are not - in three simple steps.
Together you AND your kids will ditch the clutter toys, keep your favorites and create a home that easy to play in and easy to clean up.
You will get audio and video support from me for the entire process and my full Trello toy inventory system.
We believe that more, is better when it comes to toys and that WE are the problem. We need to be more organized, or better at juggling it all, and that's just not true.
We need less, and just imagine being able to wake up without feeling like you're already behind because the toy mess from yesterday is still there -
All you have to wake up and do is be there for your kids. Available to play, or drink hot coffee and watch them play. Maybe even with some fun music in the background while the sun shines in.
It gets better though.. when they're done playing you just ask once and they know exactly how to clean up their toys, and then do because it's no longer overwhelming for them.
Your kids were just totally content, playing peacefully and (more) independently with their toys and things without you having to worry or stress about the mess - because you know it's an easy clean up.
You were so confident in your toy choices and knew that whatever they had, or didn't have, is not what will determine if they grow up to be a success.
You understood that you are not a mean mom for decluttering toys - rather you are an intentional and loving mom working to make your child's home life easier and more fun
You had less messes to clean up every day.
You could wake up to a clean house - and your family THANKED you for it
And were more willing to proactively support you in keeping the toys picked up.
A 3 step process to decluttering toys without the guilt and including your family in the process.
Alright, Krista, you were right..
Today my children wanted to play store and the moment "store" came out of my 5½ yr old's mouth I immediately started to panic as I accidentally gave the cash register away for free 3 weeks ago (it was in the bottom of another bag that I tossed out the door with costumes and found out after the thought).
When he searched downstairs and came up questioning what I did with it.
I just responded how I typically do and that it broke. I was waiting for a meltdown from the 4 yr old, or the response that we can just order another one from amazon, but they both stared at me for a minute or two. They instead created their own store with the items we had available (a huge Amazon box that they've been playing with since March, a shoe box for a new register, sticky notes, an old laptop and other toys) to create a toy store. I had my older son write out $ amounts on sticky notes, gave them each $10 and it ended up being a fun math lesson that they had no idea was educational. And what was even better is that I had no excuse not to play with them because of the amount of work I put in decluttering my home. We were able to talk about different roles people have in the stores (as cashiers, baggers and customers) and all took turns.
So thank you Krista for putting out your toy course and the reassurance that they'll survive and make do with other items..
What you are getting with this course is a simple and sustainable solution to managing the toys in your home, now and in the future.
Your motherhood is too short to waste on cleaning up toys all the time, and it is too hard to pretend that you don't care and would rather embrace the messes than fix this for real.
You can have a clean house AND have time to play with your kids. You don't have to choose one or the other.
Truth be told - it isn't for everyone and I don't want to waste your time, so if this resonates...
Then this program is for you
This might not be for you if...
This simple program does require you to commit to yourself that you will take action - ps, it can be easy.
Your kids aren't going to stop growing and you're going to keep having toys come into the home by way of you, family and friends - what if this program made that super easy for you to?
What if you got this program and by next week the toys were decluttered so much you could just relax instead of try and catch up?
What if you got this program, and your kids thanked you for making it so fun to play again? This happens often by the way for the moms in this course.
Or were able to sell your excess toys and got some cash in your pocket AND relief from the messes?
Wouldn't that be worth it?