I have clutter everywhere. Don’t know how to organize it.

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  • Linda Sikut Linda Sikut on Dec 28, 2017
    My advice is to start in one room. Create piles for keep, donate, trash and do that room right away. The items you decide to keep must have a "home" before you can move to the next room. The same for the donate and trash. Get that part done right away. There are a lot of websites online that could help you organize. Just go to your search engine and type in ' how to organize my kitchen '. Then move on to the next room. It won't be a quick project and you'll have to keep on top of it when you finish each room. If you are really stuck and just can't do it, there are professional organizers. Look in your phone book's yellow pages, ask around or try http://homeadvisor.com . See if you can search for a organizer there. Wishing you the best & Happy New Year.

  • Dianacirce70 Dianacirce70 on Dec 28, 2017
    I sometimes have a hard time throwing things out, so I end up with a huge pile of clutter on a side table, or on my dresser or on a shelf where I think I will go through it soon, then it piles up. Start small, the big picture may be overwhelming. Get 2 boxes, one for throw away and one for donation. Place the things you are sure you will keep in a separate place. Don't procrastinate on taking stuff to donate or throwing stuff out. If you haven't used it in 6 months to a year, and only have vague plans for it, let it go.

  • Gap29808553 Gap29808553 on Dec 28, 2017
    start with one room, and purge, purge, purge. You will be surprised with all the stuff you have and don't really need or use. Pintrest will give you every possible idea on how to organize from A to Z.

  • Debbie Richter Debbie Richter on Dec 28, 2017
    thank you. I’m starting tomorrow!

  • Christine Henry Martinez Christine Henry Martinez on Dec 28, 2017
    Me too! I start by filling bags and boxes with items I no longer need. Don't do it all at once or you will lose steam. Do a bag or box a day, and pretty soon your home will be less cluttered. Give your stuff you no longer need to a charity. Good luck on de-cluttering!!

  • Dfm Dfm on Dec 28, 2017
    pretend that you are moving across the country....what items are worth paying to have moved ? Which ones are not...those you donate.