Clear the Clutter: One Month to Clutter Free

As we kick off a new year many of us are resolving to do better and be better in the year ahead. If creating a more cozy and clutter-free space is on your must-do list this year, this blog is for you! We've rounded up the top tips to creating a clutter-free home. Let’s get started!

Start With the Bedroom

The bedroom is often a place full of clutter, clothes and distractions. And a clutter-free bedroom offers a place to relax and unwind.

To start your decluttering journey, begin with your bedroom by removing items that don't belong there or that you no longer need. This can include clothing, old magazines, shoes, etc. Once you have removed these items, you can begin to organize and store the items that remain.

Organize Your Closet

Take some time to sort through your closet and remove anything that hasn't been worn in over a year or that no longer fits. Donate unwanted clothing to local charities or consignment shops – they will thank you!

Organize your closet using an organization system that works for you. This may include putting items in color-coordinated piles, organizing by type of clothing, or creating a designated place for each item. Once everything is organized, take some time to clean out the closet or drawers completely to make sure it looks its best.

Create a Donation Pile:

As you declutter your home, create a donation pile with any items that are no longer of use to you but could be useful for someone else. Before donating these items, do some research on local charities or organizations that may accept them and offer to volunteer at the same place if possible.

De-Clutter the Kitchen

The kitchen is another room in your home that can easily become cluttered with utensils, cookware, and gadgets. To de-clutter the kitchen, start by organizing all of your pots, pans, and other cookware into drawers or on shelves. Then remove any items that are no longer in use.

Streamline Your Home Office

If your desk is covered with paper, pens and other office supplies, take some time to organize it. Make sure that any important documents or items you need on a daily basis can be easily accessed and stored away when not in use. Get rid of anything that has become obsolete or that is no longer needed.

Declutter Your Living Room

The living room is the place in the house where family and friends gather and share stories, so it’s important to keep it clutter-free. Begin by sorting through any items that are not being used or are adding to the mess in your living room. Donate any furniture, books or magazines that are no longer of use to you. Finally, organize the items in your living room by categories such as books, decorations and games so that they can easily be found when needed.

Tackle Those Drawers

Drawers often become cluttered with unnecessary items. Take some time to go through those drawers and get rid of anything that’s not needed. If you find items that still have value, donate them or consider selling them at a yard sale.

Get Rid of Unused Electronics

Many homes are filled with outdated electronics such as old cell phones, computers and printers. Take some time to go through your electronics and separate out any items that are no longer of use. Consider donating these electronics to a local school or charity.

Conquer those kids' spaces

Kids' bedrooms and playrooms can get cluttered quickly, so make sure you go through their toys and clothes regularly. Donate any items that are no longer being used or consider selling them online or at a garage sale if they are still in good condition.

It's also helpful to create an organization system for toys and books that is easy for your little ones to follow when they are helping to clean up or are tasked with putting their toys away themselves.

Need some extra storage space while you declutter? Go Mini's can help.

For many tackling the task of decluttering can be daunting and often times we aren't ready to part with items immediately, that's where Go Mini's comes in. Our portable, on-site storage containers allow you to declutter without having to worry about what happens next.

  • Store items until you're ready to donate or sell them
  • Containers are easy to load and unload
  • Sturdy steel construction keeps items safe and dry
  • Ventilation keeps moisture from being trapped inside the container

Having extra space to store items as you're cleaning out rooms and reorganizing your spaces means you can take your time and work through getting reorganized, space-by-space, without having to create chaos in the rest of your home.

Our containers come in 3 sizes, so you can select the space you need for your project. Delivery is fast and simple and you can do it all from your phone. When you're done with your container, just text or call us and we will come pick up your container.

Whether it’s decluttering your home, office or business, Go Mini’s can provide the storage solutions that work for you! Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help with your next project.

We hope these tips have inspired you to declutter your home in the new year! With some effort and dedication, you can turn your home into a clutter-free space that is cozy, comfortable and functional. Good luck!

Happy decluttering!

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