Donate Or Dump It



Mar 30, 2017

Things You Can Trash Immediately

The decision to trash things carries with it a blissful immediacy. There’s lots of stuff people shove into a drawer and keep that’s of little use to anyone. So, throw out or recycle the old magazines, orphaned socks, takeout menus, plastic cutlery, mystery keys, half-used cosmetics and other items that are only cluttering up your home […]
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Mar 29, 2017

Set Aside the ‘Maybes’ When Decluttering

When considering what to keep, donate or trash, you will come across stuff that isn’t useful right now, but you think you might need or use one day. These in-between items can slow down the decision-making in your decluttering process, or derail it altogether. The solution? Create a “Maybe” box, the Zen Habits blog suggests, […]
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Mar 28, 2017

Go Beyond Decluttering by De-Owning

The Becoming Minimalist blog says it isn’t enough to declutter; for a lasting effect, you must “de-own” the things you don’t use. Why? Because only improving organization won’t encourage you to make tough decisions or decrease your desire for new things; often, it will just sort them into a place where they are temporarily out […]
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Mar 27, 2017

Keep Only the Essentials When Decluttering

“A bag a day keeps the clutter away,” according to the Inspired Room blog. Author Melissa Michaels’ 12-month plan offers a systematic method of ridding your home of unwanted stuff. “Only keep what you actually use or need,” she says. “Be ruthless and focused on the end goal: a clutter-free home and the peace that […]
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There’s No Dirt Like Winter Dirt

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Socks by the Fire

Celebrating the Great Indoors

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Boxed Christmas ornaments

The Declutterer’s Favorite Day

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