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Five Ways to Handle Clutter in the Home

27 October 2010 1,560 views No Comment

Clutter is a common problem in most homes. If you find that you have piles of things that are making a room look messy then there are a number of ways in which you can eliminate the problem.  Here you will find the top 5 ways to handle your clutter.

Number One – Throw it out

The first thing that you should do is go through the clutter to see what you can throw away. The chances are that there will be many things that you can throw away. It is just hard sometimes to let go of things. Be tough with yourself and if you don’t use something and it is pretty useless, throw it away.

Number Two – Donate It to Charity

If there are things that you do not need and they are in good condition, consider donating them to charity. Not only will you be making the home tidier, but you will also be helping others too.

Number Three – File it Away

Important papers should be filed away. If you haven’t already got files to store them in then it would be a good idea to purchase some. You can get fantastic decorative filing boxes that will help to really enhance the look of a room as well as store your paperwork away.

Number Four – Give it Away

Another way to handle your clutter would be to lend it to your friends and family. Perhaps you have something that they need?

Number Five – Organize

Keeping your clutter stored away in some kind of order is essential. Sort out the clutter into separate piles. That way it will be easier to find what you need when you need it.

These are the top five ways to handle clutter in the home. Once you have finished it will look so much better.

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