My decluttering process began when I set out to build a minimalist tiny house on wheels from the ground up, with no prior construction experience.
At the time, I was working 80-hour weeks, not including the long, crowded commute between Beverly Hills and East LA. Though everything seemed OK on the surface, I was burned out, my life was full of mental and physical clutter, and my relationships were strained. I knew that in order to get closer to my heart, I needed to simplify.
Now, a year later, I'm in the process of finishing up my tiny home and I hope to be able to live and work out of the space come summertime. This is the six-step decluttering process that I used to fit my entire life into 323 square feet.