If you want to have more space in your home, getting rid of your clutter will be a good first step. You’ll likely have more extra room than you thought was possible once you’ve eliminated the items that you no longer need. Here are a few great tips for de-cluttering your home.
It’s that time of year when families across the country begin their spring cleaning process, and a huge part of this tradition involves reducing the amount of things in your possession. Do you have stacks of stuff piled up around the house? Is your garage stuffed from floor to ceiling with items that haven’t been used in years? Do you have so much stuff that you’re now throwing money away on public storage because your house is filled to the max?
If you answered, “Yes” to any of these questions, then it’s time to make some major changes and make the decision to let go of some of your clutter. Go through your home and assign every item you come across to one of the four following categories.
If you find yourself constantly asking, “Where are my [insert your personal lost item here]?” Then it may be time to do a little decluttering. Having an organized home allows you to enjoy what you have more since it’s easier to find and gives you more time to enjoy time with family and friends, since you aren’t constantly searching for or fixing items you probably don’t need, anyway. With a few simple steps, you can be well on your way to having the clutter-free house you’ve always wanted, but never had the time to achieve.
Most people have untidy messes in different areas of their homes and offices. Unwanted clutter commonly consists of items that people purchased on impulse while running errands, visiting tourist attractions or checking out yard sales or outdoor fairs. Additional common items include old mail and other paperwork, unused equipment and gifts from friends or birthdays, weddings, contests and other events. Clutter can cause disorganization and depression. Free yourself from it today by following these three easy steps: Continue reading “Dealing with Clutter? 3 Options To Help Free Yourself”