Hello wonderful people, I hope you all are having an amazing day! I am sharing with you all some tips on how to declutter around your home. Right before summer starts, now is a great time to declutter around your house. Start fresh, start clean, and stay organized!
Make a Plan
Start categorizing everything like, clothes, keep, donate, kitchen stuff, etc.
Make Definite Yes and No Piles
Once you have this system, not only will decision making make it easier for you, nut you can actually start organizing.
Ask Yourself Questions
"Do I really need this?"
"Do you love it?"
If you hesitate, you probably don't need it.
Anything that you haven't worn or has been used, donate it!
Make a designated pile for this.
Everything Must Have a Home
Everything needs its own designated home.
Don't Stress About Finishing It In One Day
Organizing and decluttering can take several days!
Do not stress yourself out!
Use Storage Containers To Save Space
Use empty baskets and bins for easy access and to clear up space.
Super sustainable, easy to clean, and looks great!
Make Everything Functional
If you have a lot of stuff, it can be so easy to forget what you have; which leads to overbuying.
Sticking to "simple" helps you use what you have.
Know What Items You Use the Most
Think about what items you use daily.
Those items are the most important ones that you should keep. The other items that you don't use too often, put them in a donate pile.
You Can Declutter Anything!
Doesn't have to be your home.
It can be emails (which is what I will be doing once I am done with school), online photos, etc.
Clean up your space!
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