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TrustDale Tip of the Day: *Five-Minute Decluttering Tips to Start Conquering Your Mess

"We don't need to increase our goods nearly as much as we need to scale down our wants. Not wanting something is as good as possessing it." - Donald Horban
  1. Clear out your medicine cabinet. If you don't have one spot for medicines, create one now. Go through everything for the outdated medicines, the stuff you'll never use again, the dirty-looking bandages, the creams that you've found you're allergic to, the ointments that never had an effect on your energy or your eye wrinkles. Simplify to the essential.
  2. Pull everything out of a drawer. Just take the drawer out and empty it on a table. Then sort the drawer into three piles: 1) stuff that really should go in the drawer; 2) stuff that belongs elsewhere; 3) stuff to get rid of. Clean the drawer out nice, then put the stuff in the first pile back neatly and orderly. Deal with the other piles immediately!
  3. Learn to love the uncluttered look. Once you've gotten an area decluttered, you should take the time to enjoy that look. It's a lovely look. Make that your standard! Learn to hate clutter! Then catch clutter and kill it wherever it crops up.
  4. Have a conversation with your SO or roommate. Sometimes the problem isn't just with us, it's with the person or people we live with. An uncluttered home is the result of a shared philosophy of simplicity of all the people living in the house. If you take a few minutes to explain that you really want to have an uncluttered house, and that you could use their help, you can go a long way to getting to that point. Try to be persuasive and encouraging rather than nagging and negative. Read more about living with a pack rat.

*Source: http://zenhabits.net/18-five-minute-decluttering-tips-to-start-conquerin...