Youthful Homemaker Online Class

Youthful Homemaker is giving away five lifetime memberships for the online class “Driven to De-Clutter“, valued at $30 each.

Being a modern woman isn’t easy. We are expected to work, take care of the family, get food on the table, stay within a limited budget, keep the house clean,  and handle anything else that comes our way. With all of life’s demands on our schedule, it might seem like our lives are not our own. If you feel overwhelmed with the amount of things you have to do each day, the amount of stuff you have, then this class is for you!

In this online class from Youthful Homemaker, you will learn how to:

  • Get your entire family to help around the house
  • Get your home de-cluttered in a single day
  • Teaching your children to have good routines
  • Setup a daily routine that leaves you room to take care of your priorities
  • Instill habits in your kids that will keep them more organized
  • Make routines that make housecleaning easier and faster
  • Get rid of activities that eat away at your time
One of the best parts of this class is that it is self-paced. If a step takes you longer to complete, no worries! This class is all about you. We also understand everyone is different, so we created a place where you can submit your questions. We know that every situation is different, and we want to do the must we can to help you stay Driven to De-Clutter your life.

With this free membership for Driven to De-Clutter, you will get these additional free downloads:

  • Freezer Cooking 101 ebook
  • Processing Pumpkins ebook
  • A complete Home Management binder you can personalize for your needs!
  • Forms to keep your family’s important information organized and all in one place

Click below to use the easy giveaway form!



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126 Comments

  1. Oh how I want to be more organized, so I don’t feel like I have a constant burden to declutter. Would love this sort of help!

  2. Was just telling my husband a few minutes ago that I’m feeling the “urge to purge” our house again. 😉

  3. I would love to be more organized!

  4. Our house is small, so keeping it clutter free helps in many ways.

  5. My motivation is that a clean home will calm everyone down, even the children play quieter and better together. Strange but true.
    ~Kristi

  6. I could really use this class! 🙂

  7. I enjoy having people over so that is my big motivator.

  8. I have been on a purging streak for about a year now. My goal is to be able to spend more time with my children and less taking care of “stuff.”

  9. I have lost my motivation!! I just feel so overwhelmed!!

  10. I LOVE to have everything in order!

  11. My motivation is the energy it gives me to have that done.

  12. It is something I desire to do mostly to show my husband how much I appreciate how hard he works. Its nice for him to come home to a clean home.

  13. It’s SO stressful when the house is a mess….unfortunately it’s messy more often than not!

  14. Just what I need.

  15. My family is so much happier when I do, and I am so much more productive! Unfortunately the opposite is also true. 🙂

  16. Clean organized home helps keep my life simple!

  17. To de-clutter….the story of my life…

  18. I love a clean home, but don’t want to be crazy! And it gets crazy around here with 8 people home everyday.

  19. My motivation for keeping a tidy home is mostly my husband’s happiness 🙂 No one is happy when the house is cluttered!

  20. It is so much less stressful. When things are out of place the kids cannot get themselves ready and no one can find anything!

  21. We’re in an apartment now, I really need to keep the clutter down and maximize our living space! 🙂

  22. My motivation for a tidy home is primarily for my family and for my sanity! I could so use this prize! Thanks!

  23. Looks like some good stuff here!

  24. I would love to have a more organized home.

  25. PLEASE PICK ME FOR THIS!!! My daily goal is to get organized, but all that seems to happen is that while I get one tiny section of my home in order, the rest of it falls apart. I homeschool, run my own business from my home, take care of the house, finances and a million other things. I honestly have trouble enjoying my children sometimes because of the disorganization. I just can’t get past the clutter to feel free to do much else.

  26. A clean and tidy home makes the day go smoother and puts everyone in a better mood!

  27. I know my husband loves a neat home, in my desire to be submissive and pleasing to him (and in turn, God), I try!

  28. As a single mom of a 4 year old that works outside the home I constantly feel overwhelmed so help would be a blessing!

  29. My motivation is peace. I just need peace, and it’s SO hard to be peaceful in a cluttered, messy home.

  30. You have no IDEA how badly I need this class! LOL Thanks for the giveaway!

  31. Sounds wonderful

  32. To keep myself sane!

  33. I want my children & husband to enjoy being at home.

  34. I sooo need this right now. I have determined to declutter what I can before Jan 1st. I am at such a point that what I cannot sell will just go out. We have a free store and a pregnancy center who I have a feeling will be very blessed at the end of the year! LOL
    I need to make sure it doesn’t come back too! With five kiddoes I am thinking that may be hard.

  35. My testimony as a Godly wife and mother…and pastor’s wife! 🙂

  36. I had always kept a organized clean house. Now it seems like I am so busy and things are just piling up and I can’t seem to slow things down.

  37. I really could use some aid in this area!

  38. God is a god of order and dwelling on that thought I think so should my house be.

  39. Things seem to go more smoothly when the house is clean and orderly… things are more peaceful and I don’t feel as stressed.

  40. My motivation is so that we all feel at peace and to set a good example for my daughter.

  41. I would love nothing more right now than to be more organized. The busy days and nights have taken their toll on our home and I would love to have help bringing it back to it’s tidy state!

  42. To make a comfortable place for our family.

  43. This sounds like something I could use!

  44. WOW!!! I REALLY NEED this right now….SO overwhelmed to tears most days…PLEASE pick me. Thanks!

  45. As we live in a very small space right now, I can use all the help I can get. Cleaning and organizing are not my strong points…..I’m more the creative type. 😉

  46. Homeschooling and crafts under one roof need major organization:)

  47. Living in a tiny apartment with our children it is hard to keep things uncluttered and organized. Would love this help!!

  48. I was highly motivated today to clean my house after spending the morning at a friend’s house making spice tea for our teachers. Her hone is beautiful and spotless. I have also been going through my home de-cluttering and donating what I can. I do this a few times a year.

  49. I feel more at ease and less stressed in a tidy home. Less stress = happy mom

  50. One feels “more content” in a fairly clean home.

  51. My motivation for keeping a clean and tidy home is because I want to honor God by taking good care of the new home He recently blessed us with. What better way to show my thanks than to take good care of what He blessed us with? Also, I want to keep it clean and tidy so my family can have room to play and make memories and so we can have family over. I would love to win this because it is something I have been working on and this would help in my decluttering efforts. Thanks for the opportunity!

  52. My motivation to get organized is that a cluttered space makes a cluttered mind! That doesn’t work for a homeschool family at all.

  53. Misty Taylor-Lilley

    I love to clean at night. So there’s not much motivation going on here, considering I have to sleep at night!!

  54. I’ve been overwhelmed to the point of tears lately. This course would be such a blessing!

  55. I battle daily with my lazy tendencies! I want to provide a place of peace and rest for my husband at the end of his long work day and be a good role model for my daughters to follow when they become homemakers someday =) I want them to be “better than me” I always say!

  56. When my house is cluttered, my brain feels cluttered!!!!!

  57. It’s knowing that I am pleasing God by doing so. Also knowing that I’m a blessing to my husband and family by doing so as well.

  58. My motivation to declutter is my sanity.

  59. Oh this sound great!

  60. My motivation to be organized and keep a well-managed house is to please the Lord and be the wife and mother He has called me to be. I always seem to fall very short with my lack of organizational skill.

  61. We moved to a smaller house and we need to declutter to enjoy our home! I want to teach my kids so they don’t have to struggle with it in their lives.

  62. I really need this one, though I hate to admit it!

    My motivation is that it is just SO much harder to get anything done in a messy house!

  63. My husband is stressed out with the way things are and so am I.:(

  64. It pleases my husband so much… I can over look a lot of things that really bother him, so it just takes a little more effort on my part to really show him love in that way..

  65. I have a hard time feeling motivated but a quote from Winston Churchill has encouraged me this week when I’ve felt doing my best isnt enough. “It’s not enough that we do our best; sometimes we have to do what is required.”

  66. I need so much help and motivation in this area!

  67. up until just recently it was that the girl’s social worker or guardian ad litem could show up at any moment…but now they are ours and those visits have stopped….i would love to keep our house decluttered for my own mental health!!! LOL

  68. The state of my home really indicates the condition of my heart.

  69. My motivation is a peaceful environment in which to train up our children.

  70. My motivation to clean is to love my family and support them, with messiness comes chaos, and with chaos comes difficulties (at least in my home, things are lost, or get broken when they are not put in their “spot”)

  71. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  72. My husband likes things tidy, so I try. 🙂

  73. This looks like a great resource.

  74. Jessica Perea (Mom of 5)

    My motivation to keep a clutter free and tidy home is to keep my family happy and in order. It seems when the home is out of order, those who live in it are out of order to…. mostly me!

  75. Kristine Malingowski

    My motivation is the peace it brings to our home. Mess = Stress =0)

  76. Hospitality

  77. Love and adoration for my husband and children. I want them to enjoy the peace that goes along with a clutter free home. I also want my home to always be ready, should someone need a place to find rest.

  78. apparently, I need a bigger motivation 🙂

  79. Oh I so need this right now! My house is all chaos!

  80. When the house is clean, my husband is more relaxed & the kids have more room to play.

  81. HELP!! I live in the clutter of not only my own making but also the stuff of four other people. I would love to get some helpful ideas and encouragement. Thank you!

  82. My motivation is to keep the littlest one from finding things to stick in her mouth (a tough task with a 3 yr old dropping whatever toy he has in hand & older children leaving knitting, pencils, papers, etc. lying around!).

  83. For an atmosphere of peace and an inviting place for guests.

  84. I want to be more hospitable to others and always be comfortable with having people in my home at any time. I also need to be a better steward of my time because I have a teenaged son who has down syndrome and autism–he also has some medical needs; he requires a lot of extra care ,which is challenging when you homeschool your other children and still have a preschooler too.

  85. I need a clean and tidy house. My boys have zero interest in clean and tidy

  86. We have 8 people (including 1 year old twins!) in a fairly small home.

  87. Having a clean and organzied home makes for a happy momma! 🙂 I’d love to take this course!

  88. Lack of stress! Clutter stresses me out, and it is hard to keep a place clutter-free when you have six people in 800 sq. ft.!

  89. I think it promotes peacefulness, organization, and simplicity

  90. makes me less stressed

  91. would make my hubby VERY happy

  92. It’s so much easier to have friends over if we just have to do a quick tidy-up instead of a deep cleaning to have the house presentable.

  93. Our home is more peaceful with less clutter. I strive to one day have a very peaceful home. Right now, some parts are enjoyable, others are still very stressful.

  94. I totally need this giveaway. I need to get my house organized.

  95. To have peace and not chaos with the 8 of us.

  96. My motivation for a clean and tidy home is so that I don’t lose my mind! 🙂 I can think and work so much better when I don’t have clutter all around me, but it’s so hard to keep it that way for more than 5 minutes! Thanks for the chance to win.

  97. Looks good! Count me in!

  98. I enjoy entertaining..but I feel like I”m never organized and inviting people over involves hours of cleaning and prepping.

  99. I’m most motivated to clean when I have guests coming to play or visit. I desire a home when anybody could stop in and enjoy a peaceful, spur-of-the-moment chat. This is what I’m working toward.

  100. My motivation to keep a clean and tidy home is my husband. His love language is “acts of service” and he has a hard time relaxing or focusing in the midst of clutter and mess. I want to be the best wife and mother I can, so that means taking care of the house we share. But who has the time?!

  101. My biggest motivation is time! I want less time wasted on stuff and more time spent with family!

  102. I have a terrible case of CHAOS (can’t have anyone over syndrome). It makes me sad to not be hospitable especially when I know hospitality is pleasing to the Lord and blesses others.

  103. If my house is in order, then I can think and take care of the other details of our busy lives. If my house is a cluttered mess, I’m always thinking about getting it cleaned up! Would love to know how to get it clean and keep it clean! Thanks so much!

  104. I would love to de-clutter my home. We had a one room addition put on and it is still being done…6 months later. The room is so nice now because its empty! It is so nice to walk in there and just feel good… with nothing all over. I need to do that everywhere else. We live in a very old farm house with no closets… so creativity comes into play to “hide” things on a budget. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  105. My hubby likes a clutter-free house….but we haven’t been doing well lately . Today we’re actually decluttering, but we have a long way to go.

  106. This look very valuable! I have six kids ages 1-12 and keeping the balance between homeschooling and homemaking could definitely be better.

  107. A clean and tidy home makes for a happy mommy!

  108. It’s more pleasant to be in and reduces my stress.

  109. My family!!! They are worth all of the time it takes to make our home peaceful and cozy.

    Thanks for another awesome giveaway!

  110. Oh, man do I need this! Just found out I am pregnant with our third yesterday and have totally been bitten by the “it all must go!” bug. 🙂

  111. Honoring God, pleasing my husband and keeping a peaceful atmosphere should be all the motivation I need. But the reality is too little time between homeschooling, church, outside activities, etc. It’s overwhelming and I need help getting organized and streamlining the work.

  112. My motivation? Finally having some room to breathe after raising five children in a small house!

  113. I want to keep a clean house because I recently did a Bible study called Disciplines of a Godly Woman. It really hit home because in the study she talked about keeping a clean and modest home for the benefit of your family, but also as an expression of your faith. Plus, I want to have more time to focus on God and keeping a messy house can really drain your attention away from Him.

  114. I want to keep a clean home because I feel it is my responsibilty to teach my children how to be responsible and to take care of the things they have. When everything is clean and organized we have time to do more fun things and there is less stress on everybody.

  115. Being orderly and organized is a reflection of God’s character in us. He is not a God of chaos. I would greatly appreciate help in growing not just myself, but the whole family in being more organized and less cluttered. With many responsibilities and lots going on in our live, it seems that I get a little bit of lots of things done, but much is left incomplete. Solving that problem would be a blessing to me, my family and to those whom we minister.

  116. hoping for new strategies and motivation

  117. I believe that it is my God-given job to care for my family and be a good steward of all that God has blessed me with, my family, home talents, time, etc.

  118. Motivation, usually my hubby, he likes things tidy. It’s not easy with homeschooling, I’d love to get better about keeping things organized and tidy.

  119. I take my role as homemaker/keeper of the home very seriously!

  120. because clutter drives me crazy! I’m a much better mom when things are tidy! 🙂

  121. So I can focus on my family and not on the mess!

  122. My husband really enjoys a clean home to feel comfortable and relaxed. I also want to instill good habits in my young children.

  123. My stress level. 🙂 My husband and boys don’t mind if the house isn’t 100% spotless, but I have a hard time relaxing when there are things that need to be picked up. I’m learning to have the boys help me do a quick pick up before Daddy gets home from work and then making myself relax and spend time with my family in the evenings.

  124. To keep my sanity and to help my home run smoothly