15 Things to Get Rid of RIGHT NOW! (clean, Organize, De-clutter)

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For the last little while, I have really been trying to crack down on annoying, stuffy clutter. Every day when I’m going about my daily tasks around my home, I’m always looking for and thinking about different things that I can toss out. I always say, it doesn’t matter how big your house or your garage is, you will always fill it! (So true in my case!)
If you are anything like me, you have a little bit of a hard time getting rid of things that have sentimental value, and if you toss something out, you feel a little bit of that pesky guilt or anxiety start to kick in…
To help ease the aches and pains of decluttering, I’ve devised this list of some items that I have easily been able to dispose of without any guilt or anxiety!
When it comes to makeup, I used to be somewhat of a hoarder… Not anymore though! I cleaned out my out-of-control stash, and I’ve never had more drawer space!
[Psst! Here's some more great advice for how to Clean & Organize, when you really don’t want to!]
Here’s a little tid-bit… When you get a new magazine or newspaper, read it… Then dispose of it — right away! Otherwise you end up with a giant stack or an over-flowing magazine rack, taking up space in some random corner, that you’ll probably never read again!
Kitchen utensils are just one of those things that I don’t like to get rid of, in case I might need it… However, I’ve now accepted that I do not need five of every kitchen utensil, or even three. I limit myself to two, which I totally know is still pushing it, but just in case! (Don't forget to click on the link below to get the full list of 15 things that you can get rid of, right now!)
[Hey! Here’s another great cleaning tip, on how to easily remove nail polish from carpet!]
Suggested materials:
  • Elbow Grease
  • Ambition
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  • Sandra Sandra on May 18, 2017
    Ever think of sentimental stuff, send to family?

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