Tuesday 7 January 2020

The Easy Way to Declutter

Define Clutter

Clutter means different things to different peoples, so firstly you need to think about what you consider to be clutter. A lot of people consider books to be clutter, but my house is full of them and if I could fill every single wall with them, I would. Once you know what you think is clutter for you then you know where to begin. A lot of the time it's what you think is unnecessary stuff getting up much needed space. This still isn't as easy as it sounds as there may be things that for some reason or other you have just kept ontp. Sometimes, as I have found, you have to be brutal and ask yourself whether you have used that item in the last few months or so. If you find you haven't then that may be a sign that you need to get rid. Find out where to start below:

A little at a time

People often think decluttering is when you have to suddenly get rid of  a lot of things. That's definitely one way of approaching it, but you can also look at it as an ongoing task. To make it easier for you, try to do it little by little. If you declutter a little at a time rather than all in one swoop, you will find it a heck of lot easier and a lot less stressful and you're actually more likely to get the job done. 

Find storage

Remember that you don’t necessarily have to get rid of those belongings completely for good. This is definitely not a easy thing to do and get involve a bit of regret. To make it easier again, why not find places to store it. Finding good storage can be a challenge at home, but if you are really stuck, there are good personal storage companies out there who are easily able to help you here.

Keep on top of it

Finally, don't forget that you need to keep on top of it if you want to avoid future decluttering. It's really easy to buy things you like but don't need and if you can manage to avoid that particular temptation, you should find that you are going to be able to keep on top of cluttering much more easily. Ensuring your way to a clutter free home.

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