it is good to declutter your home and make a better living space for yourself and family.
So what is clutter? Clutter is anything you are keeping around your house that doesn’t add value to your life. Decluttering is all about making room in your home for the things that matter.
Here are a quick quick guide to declutter your home:
Prepare three boxes: one for trash throw away items, one for give away items that you don’t need anymore, and one for put away items that you will keep or relocate to another zone in your home.
Choose one area within a room to declutter at a time. This can be your home office desk, your shoe cabinet, kitchen pantry, bedside cabinet etc. Clearing a small area will give you a sense of accomplishment when you’re done.
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