In this article, I will break down some ways to help declutter your house or apartment or office. Decluttering can be an intimidating task, especially if you are attached to so many items. But breaking it down room by room can make it more manageable.
It can be hard to know where to start. That is why I created this cool checklist for you to use.
Ultimate Free Decluttering Checklist
Here is a decluttering checklist to help give you ideas of common things in homes to donate or sell or simply throw away.
The list is broken down into each common room of a house, which includes:
- Living Room
Quick Tips As You Use This Declutter List
Here are some quick reminders while using this list.
As you work through my declutter list, I want you to keep in mind about whether you have more than you need from any suggestion and/or whether they can be stored. It’s easy to let stuff pile up in your home, so my goal is to help you get started with decluttering.
Once you get started, you might find it easier to keep going and find other things to let go. And, as always in my blog posts, I suggest that you can safely sell stuff on Craigslist.
Now, finally, here is my decluttering checklist.
Things To Declutter in the Kitchen
Here are some ideas for the kitchen to create a more organized and efficient cooking space.
Bathroom Decluttering Ideas
Here are some ideas to help find items you can declutter to improve your bathroom.
Bedrooms: What to Declutter
Got old sheets under you bed that haven’t been used in years? Check out a few ideas to declutter your bedroom(s).
What To Declutter in the Living Room
Here are some ideas to clean up, declutter, and organize your living room.
Basement Decluttering Ideas
A basement can be a catch-all space that collects a lot of unwanted things. Here are some ideas to help clean up your basement.
Things To Declutter in Closets
Check your closets and be honest with yourself. Will you ever wear some of these clothes again? Check out these ideas.
Decluttering Your Pantry
It’s easy to let old spices and seasonings gather in your pantry. Check these out.
Ideas To Declutter The Kids’ Playroom
This list could be a mile long if you’ve been gathering toys for years. Here are ideas to get started.
Use (And Save) My Free Decluttering Checklist
I hope this list is helpful to get you started on your decluttering journey.
Remember, when decluttering your house or apartment, it’s essential to decide whether to sell, donate, recycle, or throw away items. Be mindful of the impact of your choices on the environment and your community. Additionally, don’t rush the process. Take your time in each room to ensure a thorough decluttering job.