I hope you’ve enjoyed de-cluttering these past 28 days! I know I always breathe a little easier when I get rid of the junk that seems to build up so quickly. Today’s the last day of the challenge, but instead of giving you a specific task, I’m going to give you some tools to help you go forward with the de-cluttering. Now that you’ve established a daily habit of de-cluttering, let’s keep it up!
When typing up these posts for the series, I realized that a lot of the items that needed to be de-cluttered boiled down to a few different categories – items that weren’t usable (or were never used), items that couldn’t or wouldn’t be repaired, and items that just simply wouldn’t be needed anymore. I created this graphic with a few pointed questions that will help you determine what you can get rid of as you de-clutter.
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