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When decluttering your home, start with flat surfaces, such as tabletops and counters. Remove everything, and then clean them off. Next, sort items into trash, recycle, and donate bins.
1. Utilize Storage Bins or Boxes
If you’ve been decluttering your items and donating, selling, or otherwise disposing of them, it can be a bit daunting to know how to properly store or discard the remaining clutter. For example, you may be left with bags of books that you no longer want to keep, and while you could simply set them out on the curb on trash day, there are plenty of eco-friendly ways to give your old books new life. For instance, check with your local library to see if they offer a used book program, or find out which charitable organizations will accept them. You can also contact a storage unit to rent a container for your books and other belongings. Alternatively, you can use bins and boxes in your home, but be sure they are labeled appropriately so that you can locate items later.
2. Take Your Items to Donations
Decluttering is a great first step, but it’s just as important to properly dispose of your items afterward. Instead of setting out your trash on pickup day to end up in the landfill, consider how you can reuse or sell your unwanted items and give them a new life. This is where the donate bins you’ve set out will come in handy. If you have a lot of items to get rid of, try tackling your closets room by room and following the 80/20 rule (you wear about 20 percent of what’s in your closet). You can also check out your local library, as many of them accept used books for their shelves or fundraisers. You can even find some charities that take furniture or electronics.