Decluttering: How to Keep Your Home Free of Clutter in the Future...
Decluttering is a little like losing weight. No matter how well you deal with your problem in the beginning, it will keep coming back unless you understand the concept of maintenance.
If you have gone to the bother of decluttering your home and making it more minimalist and free of mess, here are some tips on how to keep it that way so that you never have to have another moment of panic as you view a home that looks like a bomb exploded there.
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This step refers to simply keeping things the way they are by tossing junk when you realize you don’t need it, instead of stashing it in a pile that needs to be sorted over and over. Read your mail and immediately toss it, shred it, or deal with it and then put it into your file cabinet. There is no excuse for papers to be lying all over the floor, making it impossible to find them when you actually need them.
When you buy something from the store, put it where it is going to be kept immediately instead of setting bags on the floor and table. After the laundry comes out of the dryer, fold it and put it away immediately in the proper rooms and drawers. When you have five spare minutes, use it to tidy and clean up anything lying around. This is how you keep any huge messes from forming again.
In addition to your regular maintenance, it is important to declutter on a regular basis. You can decide to have a serious decluttering day every three months, every six months, or just whenever your home starts looking like a junk yard. Make it a serious appointment and tidy your home from top to bottom, giving yourself another clean slate to work with.
Decluttering the Home 10 PLR Articles:
Giving Every Item a Logical "Home"
How to Get the Family on Board When It’s Time to Declutter
How to Keep Your Home Free of Clutter in the Future
How to Stop Being a Hoarder
Prioritize Your Declutter Project - One Area at a Time
Tips for Differing Standards of Tidiness within a Household
Tips on How to Sort Out That Messy Drawer
When Did You Last Wear That?
Where to Find Ideas for Home Organization
Why Decluttering Saves You Money
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