Clutterfree is the very first app on the market to create a personalized, step-by-step roadmap to declutter your home.
I’ve spent the last 8 months working on it with a US-based team of developers and designers. We’ve equipped it with everything you need to declutter your home and life—all in the palm of your hand.
For the last decade, my passion has been to help people discover more life by owning fewer possessions. Excess possessions rob us of money, time, energy, and focus and they quickly become a burden and distraction. That is why more and more people, all around the world, are choosing to declutter their homes and lives.
That is why I built the app—to help people own less stuff and live a better life!
Clutterfree contains all I’ve learned over the last decade helping people own less through my blog, books, videos, and the Uncluttered Course. And then, to make it even more helpful, I pulled in experts from around the world to help you tackle even the most difficult areas in your home.
It is going to entirely change how people declutter their homes and lives.
Who Clutterfree Is For
My passion, from the very beginning, has been to help people who own too much realize that reality and begin to own less. That describes a large percentage of the 2 million monthly readers of Becoming Minimalist. And that is who I had in mind when designing the app.
*If you are just discovering the movement to own less and want to begin applying these principles in your home, Clutterfree is for you.
*If you want to own less but don’t know where to start, Clutterfree is for you.
*If you have been working to declutter your home and want extra help, Clutterfree is for you.
*If you find yourself motivated to start but quickly become frustrated or distracted in your progress, Clutterfree is for you.
*If you’re motivated by a personalized step-by-step roadmap or just love to check off lists, Clutterfree is for you.
*If you are living a minimalist life, but have a parent, friend, or family member who would benefit from owning less, Clutterfree is for them—and makes for a life-changing gift.
How It Works
When I was first approached about the idea of building an app, I took a look at the different decluttering apps currently on the market.
Surprisngly, there were very few. And those that were available offered simple, rigid steps: “Declutter candlesticks.” “Declutter napkins.”
There were no declutteirng apps that took into account an individual’s unique home, family, or trouble areas. But I have learned that taking into account all those different factors is essential to decluttering success. That is what makes Clutterfree so unique.
It is the first app on the market to create a personalized, step-by-step roadmap to declutter your home. After logging-in, users upload their unique home into the app, and the app creates a personalized room-by-room Clutterfree plan, just for you.
The app also contains free Bonus Plans from experts all over the world to help you get through some of the most difficult areas in your home: Paper Organization 101, Teaching Kids to Declutter, Decluttering Books, Clutterfree Habits… with more and more Bonus Plans being added each week.
I’m proud of it. It is going to help so many people and honestly, it is going to change how people declutter their homes and lives. The connection between a person and their phone is an intimate connection, and now we’re able to deliver the most valuable insights directly to you.
The Clutterfree app is not free, but we do provide a free 7-day trial so you can see if it is helpful to you.
If you find it helpful, the monthly cost is $3.99 (USD) to use the app. Keep Clutterfree only as long as you need it. If you know you’ll need it for more than a few months, there is a discounted price available for longer subscriptions. The choice is yours.
Get it Today
The app is available worldwide.
If you are wanting to own less, I encourage you to check it out.
Download it today to start your free trial.
Or take a moment to share it with a friend.
Thank you for being part of the movement to own less and live more,