Is it possible to declutter your ENTIRE home? It may sound daunting, but yes, my friend it is indeed possible. If you’d like a guide on how to declutter your home – look no further! I’ve rounded up some juicy decluttering tips for every area of your home.
The benefits of decluttering your home are numerous.
Simplifying your closet means streamlined mornings and less time spent on doing laundry. A decluttered kitchen means less food waste and easily finding what you need when you need it. A clutter-free bedroom helps you unwind from the hustle and bustle of modern-day life. An uncluttered garage means less time spent shuffling junk and more space to park your cars.
Less stuff overall means less time spent cleaning and maintaining stuff, which translates to more time spent on what matters to you the most.
At times we may overcomplicate decluttering our home, which is why you can download this free decluttering checklist of 70 Things to Declutter Right Now to kickstart your clutter-free journey.
Now let’s dive into how to declutter your home!
How to Declutter Your Home – Where to Begin
We all have to start somewhere. Rome wasn’t built in a day. But they had to lay the first stone somehow somewhere, right? These 10 Tips for Where to Start Decluttering When You’re Overwhelmed can help you if you’re overwhelmed by clutter and don’t know where to start.
How to Declutter Your Home – What to Avoid
Hindsight is 20/20. Before undertaking a project of any size, it’s nice to know what to watch out for when possible. If you would like to know what NOT to do before you undertake a decluttering project, check out What Not to Do When Decluttering – Avoid These 10 Things!
Short on time? These 32 Things to Declutter Right Now will help you to experience a big impact in very little time. You can also download my FREE DECLUTTERING CHECKLIST of 70 Things to Declutter Right Now.
Overcome Decluttering Hurdles
Decluttering can be deceiving. It seems easy – you’re just getting rid of stuff. What’s so hard about that?
Well, a lot, actually. Decluttering can cause you to consider your consumer habits, think about what is truly enough in life, and may even cause you to grapple with emotions you didn’t see coming.
If you’ve ever experienced difficulty in the decluttering process, you’re not alone. If you’ve ever asked, “Why is decluttering not working?” Here are 8 Solutions to Find Success.
A Secret to Drastically Declutter
Do you want to try an unconventional decluttering approach? If you’ve tried lots of decluttering approaches and haven’t yet achieved the outcome you’d like, then I recommend reverse decluttering. How to Declutter Your Home Fast with Reverse Decluttering gives you a rundown of what this approach is and how to implement it. If you need to declutter your home quickly, reverse decluttering will help you do just that.
How to Declutter Your Kitchen
In most every home, a lot happens in the kitchen. So, of course, it’s naturally a location where clutter quickly accumulates. The kitchen can also be a room that people dread decluttering since it feels like a big undertaking. However, that doesn’t have to be the case! How to Declutter Your Kitchen in 5 Simple Steps outlines a basic framework that you can follow to get your kitchen clutter-free in no time.
How to Declutter Your Closet
Having a streamlined closet will ensure that your day starts off on the right foot. For tips on how to achieve a decluttered closet, I have some suggestions in the post How to Declutter Your Closet in 5 Simple Steps.
However, when it comes to closets, my most popular post is Organize a Small Closet in 5 Simple Steps.
How to Declutter Your Bedroom
You deserve to have a place in your home to relax at the end of a long day. A clutter-free bedroom can provide such a respite. It doesn’t have to be the room in your home that gets put on the backburner or is the dumping ground for miscellaneous stuff. How to Declutter Your Bedroom in 5 Simple Steps will walk you through a short process to achieve a decluttered bedroom.
How to Declutter Your Bathroom
Would you like to save time in the mornings? An uncluttered bathroom will add more time to your day during the morning rush. Decluttering your bathroom may inspire you to implement an evening wind-down routine. Check out How to Declutter Your Bathroom: 20 Things to Toss Today.
How to Declutter Your Drop Zone or Entryway
Mornings and evenings go more smoothly when you declutter the drop zone or entryway area of your home. Learn How to Declutter Your Drop Zone for Streamlined Efficiency so you can experience effortless comings and goings.
How to Declutter Your Garage or Storage Space
If you’re afraid to let other people see your garage, then it’s probably time to declutter your garage. Although it may feel like a daunting task to declutter your garage, setting small goals and creating zones by category can turn your garage into a streamlined storage space. Here are 5 Tips to Declutter a Garage Full of Stuff.
How to Declutter Sentimental Items
Sentimental items shouldn’t be the first area that you attempt to minimize when you begin your decluttering journey. However, at some point in life you will eventually face the sentimental items. Many people get hung up on decluttering sentimental items for various reasons. I’d like to help you Declutter Sentimental Items by Conquering 5 Common Roadblocks. By working through these common roadblocks, you’ll be on a path to successfully simplify your sentimental stuff.
How to Declutter Kids’ Stuff
Once you become a parent, the toys can quickly overrun your home. Even if you swore you’d never do “fill in the blank” once you became a parent. Yet, here you are staring down piles of toys. You might need these 10 Tips to Easily Declutter Kids’ Toys.
Besides toys, what else quickly multiplies when you have kids? Messes. I mean clothes. Kids grow fast and clothes are a necessity. But we can control how much we allow into our home. Here is How to Declutter Kids Clothes + Why You Should. If you’re interested in creating capsule wardrobes for your kids then you can Create a Capsule Wardrobe for Kids in 4 Simple Steps.
How to Declutter Your Home in 30-Days
Are you sick and tired of clutter and want to see faster results? Grab this 30-Day Declutter Challenge Printable, follow the prompts, and have your home free of clutter by the end of the month!
How to Declutter Your Home Before Moving or Downsizing
Decluttering can be different if you’re moving. But it’s still a crucial step in the moving process. There are 3 Main Benefits of Decluttering Before Moving.
If you’re downsizing, you may want to know How to Downsize Your Home Before Moving. There’s also a FREE Downsizing Checklist to help you to downsize.
Donating Decluttered Stuff
Now that you know how to declutter your home, you’ll need somewhere to offload all this decluttered stuff. 15 Places to Donate Decluttered Stuff can help you find new homes for things that you no longer need but that someone else might.
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