Nobody wants to live in a cluttered, unorganized home. And there aren’t a lot of people out there who truly love all the work it takes to get their home clutter free and keep it that way.
I have always struggled with keeping things decluttered, and it used to cause a lot of stress in my life. I wasted a lot of energy trying to find items I had lost. It also was hard to invite people over to my home because I felt embarrassed of my clutter.
One thing that I learned over the years, and has made a large difference in my clutter situation is this. You must have a system, or, an order to your home. I’m not just talking about things looking like they are all in place and you like decluttering on the 3rd tuesday of every month. When I say a system, I mean that every single item in your home needs to have someplace where it belongs. This way, you always know where to find everything. You must work hard at keeping things where they belong so this system won’t fall apart.
See, it really isn’t that complicated. As a child, you probably got told to always put your belongings back where they belong. This is still the same principle, but it gets harder as you get older because you accumulate so much stuff.
The second type of system that I think is important to use is a specific system to decide what you keep, what gets donated and what gets thrown away. I got a couple great techniques to make this process much faster from a decluttering book I read awhile ago. I continue to use them everyday. A good method or system to your decluttering will make the process so much simpler and quicker, you may almost enjoy it!
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