The holiday season is the perfect time to declutter and get organized. With gift-giving in full swing, it’s a good time to implement “out with the old and in with the new”. The Gone app is the perfect solution to get rid of the items you no longer use and decluttering can help keep your home tidy for the holiday get-togethers — and keep some of the holiday-induced stress at bay. Here are a few other reasons why the holiday season is the best time to declutter your home and some tips on how to do so.
When you declutter your home you can not only save space, but also declutter your mind. Stress and clutter are strictly correlated and too much stuff can weigh you down. The key to decluttering is starting small and implementing easy daily routines that will help you change your perception about things and eliminate clutter over time. Choose one area of your life or home you wish to declutter and get to work with one of these simple declutter life hacks.
Spring cleaning isn’t just for April and May; every quarter you should take some time to get rid of unused stuff to get the fresh, organized feeling that makes you a more productive person. The hardest part is deciding what to get rid of — especially if you have a lot in storage. You always think there might be one day when you need (insert unnecessary item here)! Here are a few tips on how to declutter your space and make a less chaotic home.
We collect more and more electronics each year. There is always something bigger, better, and faster that replaces that now “old” technology. Think about it. How many chargers do you have? Do you even have all of the phones that go with the chargers? Probably not, but you are in luck because someone’s trash (electronics in this case) is another person’s treasure.
Think about all of the old electronic lying around your house. What may seem like a worthless VHS player because everyone has Rokus and Apple TV now is actually worth a nice little chunk of change. Here are 10 “old” electronics that you probably have sitting around in a junk drawer that you can sell online.
Unless you’re a sworn minimalist, you’re one of millions who have acquired more stuff than you actually use on a regular basis. Some of your excess consists of perfectly good items that you once loved, but you’ve since replaced them with upgraded versions, have grown bored with these things or have simply moved on from your attachment to them. The problem now is sorting through it all and figuring out exactly where to get rid of what. Whether you’re downsizing, deciding to become a minimalist or just need to declutter your environment, the advice that follows can certainly help.