5 Ways to Get Rid of all that Unwanted Stuff

By Hayli Morrison

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1.Get the right mindset

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2.Keep it manageable

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3.Divide and conquer

Ask yourself if it’s really worth packing up for the new home and whether you’ll have space to store it. Solde adidas zx flux If not, then place it in one bag or box. Sammy Watkins – Clemson Tigers Jerseys asics pas cher If you deem it worthy of the move, then place it in a separate bag or box. nike chaussures adidas zx 700 damskie You might even consider a third bag or box for items whose fate you’re still considering. new balance 997 on sale Maglia LeBron James But in the interests of moving forward and staying on track, it’s best to make a decision on the spot – toss or keep.

4.Don’t get distracted

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5.Get it out of the house

Now that you’ve decided which items to ditch, it’s time to get it out of your sight. Hogan Outlet Sito Ufficiale Joc Pederson Authentic Jersey There are a variety of ways to accomplish this through sales or donations. nike air max 1 pas cher Keep in mind that sales are time-consuming to arrange, so donations may be best for a quick, stress-free solution. Nike air max 90 pas cher nike air max femme pas cher

  • Advertise in the newspaper to your local town
  • Advertise on Craigslist to a slightly broader audience
  • Use Freecycle online message board to give it away or trade for something more useful
  • Throw it away
  • Donate it to your local thrift store
  • Call someone to pick it up, like the Disabled American Veterans van. Under Armour UA Curry 1 Maglia Kyrie Irving
  • Set it by the curb with a “Free” sign

6.Relax and enjoy your clutter-free space

Here are the things you can do when you are NOT surrounded by junk: dance; twirl; exercise; jazzercise; pitch a tent; rearrange furniture or stretch out and take a nap (you’ll need it).