Decluttering is a really hard especially if you’re just starting to do it and to sum it all up, letting go of stuff is hard. But, there are just things around the house that is so trivial that we can start getting rid of.
Here on this blog I will share with you the stuff you can toss out.
- Unopened billing statements or letters – If you have lots of that lying around your organizers, maybe it’s time to throw them out and add it to your toss out pile or easily shred it so as not to leave any sensitive information behind.
- Books, magazines and newspapers – These things will just eat up space and just adds to the clutter at home. So to get rid of them, you can donate or sell books and recycle those magazines and newspapers.
- Perfume bottles and other unused makeup – Accept it girls, we are fond of collecting perfume bottles and also makeup! We oftentimes hoard them and after a while toss them around and not use them. If you find yourself having no space available on your dresser, maybe it’s time to check your vanity table and toss out all empty bottles, unused makeup and other things that is no longer in use in your space.
- Catsup and soy sauce packets – We oftentimes get take-outs and even dial to deliver food and we always get extra catsup and soy sauce packets which adds to the clutter in your kitchen or dining room. So if you see those lying around, then it’s time to toss it out.
- DVDs you no longer watch – Sort out DVDs that you no longer watch so as to give you more space on shelves. You can also sell them so you can at least earn from the sale.
Keeping your house clean is really hard at first but as soon as you quickly identify the things that you no longer need versus the things you do need, you will definitely find it easy to toss out unimportant and no longer in use things around the house.
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Elaine Fernando is a Professional Organizer, a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) and a member of APPO (Association of Personal Photo Organizers). Elaine may be reached at 908-630-8995 or email@example.com