One Step at a Time

One Step at a Time

Just because there may be clutter in every room of your house doesn’t mean you need to tackle it all at once. Choose to tackle one room or even one section of a room once a week.

Make Quick Decisions
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Make Quick Decisions

When you’re rummaging through all of your clutter, ask yourself: “Have I used this in the last two years?” If you haven’t, you’ll likely never use it again. Remember: the goal is to simplify your life, so get rid of the items you no longer use and free up space.

Donate Items
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Donate Items

Not only will you be getting rid of the clutter in your home, you’ll also be helping others. Label the items you need to donate and call a local charity or junk removal service. Donating items that are still in good condition will help you remember why decluttering is so important, both for yourself and for others.

Decluttering your home is as much as a mental task as a physical one. Get started—and reclaim your space—with these simple tips from JustJunk.com

Decluttering your home is as much as a mental task as a physical one. Get started—and reclaim your space—with these simple tips from JustJunk.com

BE PREPARED

Don’t start your cleanup without the proper supplies. When you’re motivated, you need to be fully equipped and ready to win your decluttering battle. Cleaning supplies, garbage bags, recycling containers, tote boxes and a label maker all make for a great decluttering toolkit.

Set Goals

Set Goals

Make sure that your goals are small enough that you can meet them without getting discouraged. Something like “garage cleaned out by the end of the week” is manageable and will be a big relief when it’s completed.