RMM - Dec-20 - Jennifer Reiner

Forget SpringCleaning— DECLUTTER IN DECEMBER!



When you get rid of things you no longer need, they can go to someone else who does need them. Think beyond clothes: electronics, books, games, instruments, and children’s items can all be reused.

You can make some money. If you have gently used (or even unused) items, you may be able to sell them at secondhand stores, on Facebook marketplace, or on websites like Ebay, Craigslist or Poshmark.

Most people have clutter. It’s part of being human. We accumulate stuff, and over time, it can become overwhelming. The best way to stop your home from being overtaken by “stuff” is to keep your clutter in check and regularly clear out your space. It’s common for people to declutter during “spring cleaning,” but there’s no rule that says you can’t also declutter in the winter. December is actually a great time for decluttering; we’ll get into why in just a little bit. First, let’s talk about all the reasons you should declutter any time of the year.


When your home is free from clutter, your life feels less chaotic. A clean and organized home promotes relaxation and creativity and reduces stress so you can be more productive.


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