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5 Tips to De-clutter Your Living Space:




The idea of living a simplified, uncluttered life with less stuff sounds attractive to many. However, many begin to feel overwhelmed, anxious, and defeated around the idea of decluttering their homes. That’s too bad. The decluttering journey doesn’t need to be as painful as some make it out to be. In fact, there are a variety of people who have come up with some pretty fun, creative ways to get started.

Tip 1
Give away one item each day:
Make a plan to give away one item each day for the next 365 days. Over the next several years, you shall experience quite a transformation by simply reducing your stuff one day at a time.


Tip 2
Don't Bite Off More Than You Can Chew.
Do not set aside an ENTIRE day to organize your WHOLE house. Very few people have the energy and/or focus to spend 8 hours organizing. You'll likely become frustrated and less efficient as the day progresses. It's much better to spend a few hours — 2 or 3 — on one project or space. This way you'll feel motivated to do more, not burned out by the process.

Tip 3
The 12 items challenge:
A simple task of locating 12 items to throw away, 12 items to donate, and 12 items to be returned to their proper home can be a really fun and exciting way to quickly organize 36 things in your house. On more than one occasion, this challenge may actually become a quick competition between all the members of your family. Even de-cluttering can be fun!

Tip 4
The 80/20 Rule:
When it comes to clothing, we generally only wear 20% of the clothes we own 80% of the time. This rule tends to hold true for other things as well, such as video games, computer parts, books, DVDs, toys and more. Your mission is to get rid of the things you don’t use 80% of the time.

Tip 5
Rome Wasn't Built In A Day. Do not think that once you've organized your space, that you are done. You'll feel like a failure when you have to clean it up again in a month. Realize that while you have created a new, efficient, and logical system for processing and managing incoming and outgoing items, you are not done. There is no autopilot. You should expect
regular upkeep, but just be glad that the new system is far more efficient than the old one.





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