Decluttering Questions – What Does It Do?

Decluttering Questions – What Does It Do?

Here's a question for you to ask as you work through the decluttering process. Pick up each item and ask, "what does it do?" This isn't the standard question most people ask. "Do I want this?" or "do I need this?" are the probably the most common. But those questions...

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Who Is Your Home For?

Who Is Your Home For?

Is your home for you? There are lots of things that we accumulate - or don't accumulate - because other people tell us we should. This applies to everything from kitchen items to your house as a whole. For example, some people think you should have enough dishes to...

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How To Declutter Without Being Wasteful

How To Declutter Without Being Wasteful

We hear this all the time. "I'd like to declutter, but it just feels so wasteful." While we appreciate the sentiment (we're one of the least-wasteful junk removal companies you'll ever find!), the sentiment is almost always counter-productive. In some cases, it means...

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Clutter “Dead Zones”

Clutter “Dead Zones”

Ever drop a cellular phone call because you went through a "dead zone"? Dead zones are places where you just can't make a connection. No signal gets through. And if you're on a call when you go into a dead zone, you lose it. There are "dead zones" for clutter as well....

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The Two Traps Of Online Decluttering Advice

The Two Traps Of Online Decluttering Advice

If you read any decluttering advice online, you'll frequently see two extremes. The first is the "minimalist" photos. Beautiful spaces. No clutter. No mess. Nearly-empty shelves. It can feel like these spaces aren't even lived in, and spoiler alert - some of them...

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