The concept of a capsule wardrobe has been popular in the last few years. The definition os a capsule wardrobe is between 25-50 pieces of clothing, shoes and accessories.
Heirlooms can be either precious or a burden. Now might be a great time to think about which category those relics fit into.
Staying home more during the coronavirus precaution period can have advantages. In order for us to cope and adjust to a change in our usual patterns, we must adapt to new routines. You may wish to create new structure to your day by setting up time blocks of activities.
Pictures are easy to take but if not curated, can be a clutter nightmare. If your photo collection is not in a state of organization that would be considered a gift to your loved ones if you died today, you have work to do!
Fast fashion and too much clothing stuffed in our closets is another form of clutter. This week, let’s talk about clothes. As a starting point, we need to understand Fast Fashion. According to Wikipedia, “Fast fashion is a contemporary term used by fashion retailers for designs that move from catwalk quickly to capture current fashion trends. A second, critical definition adds that fast fashion is not only about quickly moving from runway to store to consumer, but also to the garbage.”
Tax receipts and old returns can become clutter. This week we tackle tax prep and old tax returns. First let’s talk about old tax returns.
The younger generations may soon forget about or throw out precious family memorabilia if they don’t know the story behind the object. This week, find a family treasure and make sure the story is recorded about its significance. Record in writing and tell a family member as much as you know about it.
Closets are often filled with clutter. Perhaps they are stuffed to the brim of things we no longer use but have not taken the time to sort. This week, pick a closet, any closet. Grab some trash bags or empty boxes and set some time aside to tackle this project. First, empty it. Take every item out and then clean the closet by vacuuming or dusting.
Let’s consider food storage and food waste as we declutter our homes. This week we are in the kitchen and in particular, the refrigerator.
Clearing clutter is much more than cleaning out a closet crammed with things or getting rid of the contents of boxes piled in your basement, attic, or storage unit. Most of us have unfinished business that might make us feel like we walk around dragging a heavy ball with a chain connected to our ankle. When you declutter and possibly downsize, you can free yourself of weighty matters that tie you down physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.