As we soon enter a new year, are you already thinking about what you want cleaned up around the house? Here are tips on how to have clutter free home after the holiday.
According to an article at organizedhome.com, “Ready to Cut the Clutter Out”
“Even in the midst of holiday cheer, it’s time to look ahead to a clean and organized New Year–past the clutter of Christmas Past!
Ready to swing into the coming year from a clutter-free home?
Try these year-end tips to cut clutter and start the New Year on an organized note.
Santa’s Rule: Get One, Toss Two
Try this simple idea to pack a powerful clutter-cutting punch as you put away new holiday gifts: for each gift received, toss two counterparts.
As you put away holiday gifts, take time to make extra room throughout the house. For example, for every new Christmas DVD you add to the shelves, remove two older titles.
Did Nana gift the children with new holiday pajamas? Find two outgrown sets to add to the donation bag. If craft supplies made it into your stocking, be sure to remove double their number from your stash before adding them to the craft closet.
Whether you recycle, donate or sell the tossers, each gift will reduce clutter in your organized home–and the excitement of new possessions helps cut the ties to old, outworn items.” To read the entire article click here.