Keeping the Resolution to Declutter

The new year’s resolution to declutter may be harder to keep than the resolution to go on a diet, the Washington Post says. To succeed, make a list of goals and schedule specific projects. The individual components of your decluttering plan don’t have to be huge; just pick a closet, shelf or drawer to start and spend 30 minutes organizing it. Clearing a horizontal surface such as a kitchen countertop or shelf, for example, will show results right away and motivate you to do more. If you can dedicate a half-hour per day to decluttering, it will add up to more than four full-time workweeks over the year. Make 2019 happy and clutter-free!

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