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Small Starts

Decluttering can feel overwhelming, especially when you’re staring at a room or a whole house full of stuff. It’s easy to get bogged down by the idea of getting rid of so much, and it can be hard to know where to start. But the truth is, small steps can lead to big changes.

One of the best ways to start decluttering is by taking on one small project at a time. This can be as simple as starting with one drawer or one shelf. Take everything out of the drawer or shelf, and then go through each item one by one. Ask yourself if you really need it, if it brings you joy, or if it’s serving a purpose. If the answer is no to any of those questions, then it’s time to let it go.

Once you’ve decluttered that one small space, you’ll be amazed at how much better it feels. Not only will the space look better, but you’ll also feel a sense of accomplishment and a renewed sense of control over your possessions. And that’s just the start.

Another great way to declutter is to set aside a specific time each day, or each week, to tackle a small project. For example, you could set aside 15 minutes each day to go through your closet and pull out any clothes that you no longer wear or that no longer fit. Or, you could set aside an hour each week to go through your kitchen cabinets and get rid of any dishes or cookware that you no longer use.

The key is to start small and be consistent. By taking small steps and making a regular habit of decluttering, you’ll slowly but surely make your way through your entire house. And before you know it, you’ll be surrounded by only the things that bring you joy and serve a purpose.

So decluttering can be a daunting task, but by starting small and being consistent, you can make big changes. The key is to focus on one small project at a time and to set aside dedicated time each day or week to declutter. And remember, the small steps you take today will lead to big changes in the long run.

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