The Quickest and Easiest Way to Declutter Your Home Right Now

The Quickest and Easiest Way to Declutter Your Home Right Now

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The move towards minimalism is the best positive decision anyone can make for themselves and their environment.

If everyone decides to live with fewer personal belongings, it will not only help everybody become happier but will also help us live healthier in our chosen environments.

Too many personal belongings are actually just excess baggage!

They are just clutter that needs to be discarded!

Who has excess luggage and a piece of everything even helped?

Wondering what exactly falls into these  “Clutter Items” that you don’t need in your home?

Then here’s a list to help you rid of the excess baggage in your life!

1 Throw out electronic devices that are no longer functional but taking up space is a good way to declutter your home.

2 Shoes that you have not worn for over a year or even stopped wearing.

3 Books that you have read and won’t be reading again.

4 Throw out newspapers to declutter your home.

5 Declutter your home of water bottles and empty water plastic containers.

6 Clothes you no longer wear.

7 Bras and pants that are loose and old.

8 Expired makeup and creams.

9 Receipt from groceries and all bills paid.

10 Expired boarding passes.

11 Empty CD cases.

12 Throw out pots that are leaking or old to declutter.

13 Gift you don’t like or need.

14 Broken items around the kitchen are a good way to declutter.

15 Spices and raw foods that are expired.

16 Refrigerated foods that are past two weeks.

17 Notebooks or journals that have overdone their use.

18 Piles of paper or tissue.

19 Expired drugs, vitamins or supplements.

20 Exhausted pens, markers or painters.

21 Declutter phone boxes and wraps, or even phones that are beyond repairs.

22 Empty cartons from beverages or groceries.

23 Plastic buckets or rubbers that you no longer need.

24 Broken babysitters, strollers or car sitters.

26 Toddler toys that are broken and no longer useful.

27 Trash out broken chairs or sits around the house.

28 Declutter expired makeups.

29 Declutter empty containers of soap or washers.

30 Throw out faded accessories.

31 Pieces of Furniture that are bulky and take up space.

32 Bad cables and extensions.

33 Broken flasks and Warmers.

34  Broken tools.

35 Declutter keys, paddocks, and keyholders.

The above is a good checklist to declutter your home, your life and the environment.

Do not forget to share helpful tips or checklists that you use to personally Declutter your house in the comment section below.

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  1. Rosey says:

    I did a decluttering. I thought it would be no big deal and instead I filled up three big garbage bags…one for trash and two to donate.

    1. Kuburat Tokurah says:

      That sounds interesting!

  2. Kiwi says:

    I try to be a mininalist in a minimal form. A little bit of the lifestyle could change a life!

    1. Kuburat Tokurah says:

      True Kiwi!


    I will do this list now. as soon as possible i got home. . And it’s enlighten me what is not needed in my house now. Thanks for this bright idea!

  4. tweenselmom says:

    A long list but I’ll check it out! I need to do the clean up before Christmas or else I’ll have this another pile again.

  5. Erik the Hungry Traveller says:

    I love decluttering. I always let go of shirts i never use. It always nice to live in a house thats very spacious

    1. Kuburat Tokurah says:

      I’m glad you find it helpful!

  6. Samar says:

    Bad cables and wires are such a mess in my house, I need to pack all those to the bins.

    1. Kuburat Tokurah says:

      With immediate effect samar! Fasterrr….

  7. F-P says:

    very interesting list.
    And a lot of what is on there is just laying around somewhere.
    Just like emptry cd-cases, i know they are somewhere in the house. And they need to be thrown out.

    1. Kuburat Tokurah says:

      I am telling you, need to throw them out!
      It will save you lots of cleaning time and space.

  8. Kuburat Tokurah says:

    I understand matt, but overtime you come to realise that it’s taking up lots of space, and effort to clean them up, even when they are not really useful anymore.

  9. Kuburat Tokurah says:

    Yes Rowena, it’s the best way to simplify your life.

  10. Krysten Quiles says:

    Amen! I have been working on decluttering, clutter drives me CRAZY! Thank you so much for sharing this with us!

    1. Kuburat Tokurah says:

      I’m glad you like the post, thank you!

    2. Kuburat Tokurah says:

      I’m happy you enjoyed the post, thank you!

  11. I do this often. Clearing up the boxes, wardrobes etc. at a gap of few months and rearrange them. Many unused are either thrown out or granted to the needy. Spaces are adjusted appropriately. Very good post on keeping house clean and proper.

    1. Kuburat Tokurah says:

      Thanks kuntala, I’m glad you found the post useful!

  12. Kuburat Tokurah says:

    Exactly Michael, and thanks for the head-on

  13. Michael says:

    I like your tip on empty-ing the boxes. Most of the time, things inside are not organized. Take time to fix it then more space will come. 😉

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