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Deal With 'I Might Need It Someday' Items By Asking Yourself Whether It Benefits You Today

Decluttering is hard. If it weren’t, we’d all be perfectly organised, with all the space we need — but one thing that stops many of us is the worry that if we sell, trash or donate an item, we may need it someday. Over at Unclutterer, they suggest when we run up against that wall, we ask ourselves a simple question.

If You Want To Cut Back On Clutter, Keep It Out Of Your Home To Begin With

It feels great to get rid of junk. You feel productive. You feel free. However, if you truly want to be free of clutter, here’s a better solution: Avoid bringing it into your home in the first place.

Declutter By Asking 'Is This Beautiful Or Useful?'

The act of getting rid of clutter isn’t difficult. You just carry it outside of your home. Determining what counts as clutter is harder. If you’re not sure if you can part with something, ask yourself, “Is this beautiful or useful?”

Keep Your Home Tidy With The ABC Rule

If your household is anything like mine, objects have a mysterious way of moving into the wrong rooms. Fix that constant problem by remembering ABC: Always be carrying.

This DIY LEGO Table Keeps The Kids Entertained And Their Bricks Organised

Getting your kids to put away their toys every time is nearly impossible, and nothing is worse than stepping on a stray LEGO brick. Make them this LEGO play table to give them a space to build with (and put away) their bricks.

Go On A Regular Purge To Downsize Your Life And Save Money

You don’t need most of your crap. I’d usually say “probably” there, but for most people, this is a safe bet. Give yourself a lifestyle purge every once in a while to save yourself money and declutter.

Spruce Up A Room In No Time With The Speed Decluttering Game

Decluttering your entire home can take a while. If you’re pressed for time, but still want to give a room a quick tidying up, the speed decluttering game can help keep the mess at bay.

The Life-Changing Magic Of Tidying Up: Mind-Hacking Advice For Living Clutter Free

Japanese organising consultant Marie Kondo set off a decluttering craze across the world with her pocket-sized book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up. After reading the book, it’s easy to see why. This book can transform the way you see your possessions.

Give The Gift Of Organisation With These Tools

If you know someone who is gearing up to travel, looking to tidy up their home, or wrangle their chaotic cables, we’ve got you covered. These gifts can help the most disorderly of people in your life achieve organisational nirvana.

Facebook Friends Feed For Chrome Hides The Weird 'Your Friend Liked...' Posts

Chrome: Facebook loves to show you a ton of information you don’t care about. The worst offender of this is the “so-and-so liked some article” post that has nothing to do with your friend or pages you follow. Facebook Friends Feed gets rid of those posts for a cleaner feed.

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