How to Declutter Your Home Like a Pro 


Is your home feeling a bit chaotic and overwhelming? Are you tired of searching for things that are always buried under piles and piles of stuff? If this sounds a lot like you, it is time to take control and embrace the art of decluttering. Decluttering is the process of organising, tidying, and simplifying the number of possessions you have. This can be extremely hard, especially when items hold sentimental value. However, we are here to share our top tips and tricks you can follow to declutter your home like a pro. 


Firstly, let’s tackle arguably the most difficult thing to declutter, which is clothes. You should approach the task by asking yourself: have I worn it in the last 12 months? If the answer is no, ask yourself, is it in poor condition? If the answer is yes, rather than throw it away, see if you can sell, gift, or donate! Ask yourself the following: does it still fit? Does it go with a lot of stuff? Do I love the way it looks? Do I feel great wearing it? If the answer is no to all these questions, it is time to give it to a friend or family member, sell, or donate it to a better cause. 

The 20-20 Rule: 

The 20-20 rule consists of asking yourself two main questions: can I replace the item for less than £20, and can I replace this item in less than 20 minutes? If the answer is yes, then throw it away because, in the event that you may need the item again, you can always repurchase it. It is not expensive, nor does it take too much of your time to get it back. 

Declutter by Area: 

It is best to approach decluttering with a clear tactic in mind. We recommended decluttering by area so that it is a lot easier to manage and is also going to feel less overwhelming. 

Decluttering is a process, and it is okay to take one step at a time. By following these simple tips and tricks, you will be well on your way to creating an organised and decluttered home. For more blogs just like this one on the latest home and garden news, please be sure to check out our others. 

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