I’m a decluttering pro mom – my home is spotless & I love it but I’m trolled for my 'minimalist' approach | The Sun

NOTHING feels better than a clean home.

When your space is cluttered with junk or there’s a constant mess on the floor, it’s hard to feel at peace.


An organization expert who goes by @day.bright on TikTok said she came up with a useful method to make her home feel more airy and less stuffy.

In the clip, she began: “I have been minimizing for several years now.”

She revealed her modern, sleek living room.

“I don’t fill every closet or shelf,” she added.

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Her bedroom closet had shelves that were only half full, and inside her tv console were empty drawers.

“And I don’t keep every piece of artwork that my children make.”

She tossed away a paper plate that was painted on by one of her kids.

Although the method seems like a sure shot way to declutter your home, some viewers gave her a hard time about it.

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“It’s kind of silly having a huge empty cupboard. Perhaps sell it and keep your few things on shelves or something smaller,” one person wrote.

“You have kids? This is not allowing their creativity to flow. Please have a room that gets messy and has colors and walls to draw on, art in it,” added another.

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“I grew up in a house like this and it was a nightmare. You could hardly even breathe,” a third chimed.  

“My parents didn’t keep my artwork from my childhood. Now I’m an artist and I hate them for it. Same as my three siblings,” said a fourth, to which the woman replied saying she keeps some but not all.

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