How to Declutter Your Home

How to Declutter Your Home

Your home is your sanctuary. You want to keep it clean and tidy. But sometimes we collect stuff into our house, stuffs that we don’t use, but we can never let go. Your home is decluttered, and you can not find the things you need. In the end, you keep buying duplicates of things you already have in your home.
So you have decided that this is no longer good for you. You want to start tidying up your home and free yourself from clutter. Here we have gathered up top tips to declutter your home and make it as comfortable as it can be.

Prepping Yourself To Declutter

checklistThe first thing you need to do is to set a time to declutter. It would be best to declutter in one go. If possible, you may dedicate a whole week or an entire weekend to declutter, depending on the state of your house. When you declutter on one go, you will not have a chance to pile up things that you haven’t decided yet. You do not need to buy storage boxes at first, because the goal is to reduce the stuff that you no longer want or need to keep. Instead, use whatever bins you have in your home to start categorizing your things. Prepare a minimal of two bins for things to sell and things to donate, and also prepare a garbage bag for things to toss away.

Declutter By Category

When decluttering, it is best to declutter by category so you will not need to tidy up the same things repeatedly. And that it because we usually store the same stuff in a few places in our house. For example, when you declutter your clothes, gather all your clothes from your entire home not just from your closet. Gather your clothes from the laundry room, storage boxes, mud room or other room that you keep your clothes. The same thing goes for another category such as books and paper. You may have your books in your office, your private library, or your bedroom. Gather all things that belong in the same category and start choosing which one you want to keep, sell, donate, or toss.

Pack Seasonal Items

There are a lot of items that you don’t use daily, but you still need to keep, that belongs to the seasonal items category. That could be Christmas tree or other holiday décor items, your gardening tools, or your garden furniture. You don’t want to store them in your house and letting them occupy the space, but you need to keep them because you know you are going to use it. Therefore renting a storage unit is a perfect solution. Renting a storage unit has gained a lot of popularity in homeowners due to their practicality and cost efficiency.…

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Craig Davis