Declutter Your Home In 9 Easy Steps

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Decluttering your home can be a difficult process, but it is well worth the effort. Follow these nine easy steps to make your home clutter-free in no time at all!

 

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Step 1: Make a list of the things you want to get rid of.

 

Start by taking an inventory of everything in your house and making a list of all the items that you want to get rid of. Don’t worry about sorting these items into categories right now – just write down everything that comes to mind so that you don’t forget anything.

 

Step 2: Sort each item into one of four categories: keep, donate, sell, or trash.

 

Once you’ve made your initial inventory, go through each item on your list one by one and sort it into one of these four categories. Keep items are those that you want to keep in your home, donate items are those that you want to give away to charity or a friend or family member, sell items are those that have value and can be sold on sites like eBay or Craigslist, and trash items are those that you can throw out immediately without worrying about them.

 

Step 3: Get rid of the things in your ‘trash’ pile right away.

 

The easiest way to make progress with decluttering your home is simply to get rid of all the items in your trash pile as quickly as possible. These are things like broken appliances, old clothes that don’t fit anymore, and other items that you don’t need or want anymore.

 

Step 4: Sort through your ‘keep’ pile and start getting rid of things that you don’t really need.

 

Now that the easy stuff is out of the way, it’s time to dive into your keep pile. Go through this pile item by item and get rid of anything that doesn’t bring you joy or isn’t necessary for the functioning of your home. This might include old clothes, books, appliances, decorations, knick-knacks, etc. The goal here is to pare down your possessions until only the items that truly matter are left in your home.

Step 5: Organize the items in your ‘keep’ pile.

 

Once you’ve decluttered your keep pile, it’s time to start organizing the remaining items. This might include putting all of your books on shelves, hanging up clothes in your closet, or putting away dishes in cabinets. The goal is to have a place for everything so that your home is more organized and clutter-free.

 

Step 6: Donate the items in your ‘donate’ pile to a local charity or friend/family member.

 

Now that you’ve sorted through all of your possessions, it’s time to get rid of the items in your donation pile. You can either take these items to a local charity or give them to a friend or family member – either way, the goal is to clear out your home and make room for new, meaningful possessions.

 

Step 7: Sell the items in your ‘sell’ pile.

 

If there are any items in your sell pile that still have value, you may want to consider selling these things online. The process of selling on sites like eBay or Craigslist can be a bit time-consuming, but it’s a great way to earn some extra cash and get rid of clutter at the same time!

 

Step 8: Repeat as needed.

 

Decluttering your home is an ongoing process, so don’t expect to be able to completely declutter your home in just one day. Instead, try to set aside some time each week or month to continue going through your home and getting rid of the items that you no longer need or want. Consider using Portable Moving and Storage during this period. This will help keep your home clutter-free for years to come!

 

Step 9: Maintain your newly decluttered home.

 

Once you’ve gone through the process of decluttering your home, it’s important to maintain this level of organization moving forward. This might mean putting things away as soon as you are done using them, donating any new items that you don’t need right away, or simply making a conscious effort not to accumulate more clutter over time. If you can maintain a clutter-free home even after you’ve decluttered, you’ll be able to enjoy your space without all the excess items that can make it seem cluttered and overwhelming.​

 

In Closing

 

If you are ready to start decluttering your home in a more meaningful and effective way, then try these nine simple steps for getting rid of the clutter once and for all. By sorting through your items one by one, donating or selling anything that isn’t necessary or valuable, and staying organized moving forward, you will be well on your way to creating a truly clutter-free home!​

 

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Kori

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Kori is an autistic mom who also happens to have ADHD and Anxiety. She is currently located in Albany, NY where she is raising a neurodivergent family. Her older daughter is non-speaking autistic (and also has ADHD and Anxiety) and her youngest daughter is HSP/Gifted. As an empath, HSP, and highly intuitive individual, Kori brings her own life experiences as an autistic woman combined with her adventures in momming to bring you the day-to-day of her life at home. Kori provides life coaching services for neurodivergent women (and those who identify as women) as well as Oracle card reading, Tarot card readings, and energy healing.

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