Why You Should Ditch The Keep Box While Decluttering Your Home

0 4

Dana K. White shares in her video that all you really need is a throwaway and giveaway/donation box (so two boxes total). These will hold the items you know you’re ready to part with, and hopefully, these will be full by the time you finish. Clothes in good condition, appliances, electronics, and dishware can all be donated to local charities, while broken or damaged pieces should be tossed. Another organization tactic, which recommends that for every item in, one must go out, is a great way to stay on top of tidiness, but avoiding a keep box, in general, will definitely kick off your deep clean and leave you with more room for non-negotiable items.

Without a keep box, you can’t store items in hopes they eventually find a home. Instead of placing things you want to hold onto in a temporary vessel, they should be re-homed or placed immediately to determine if you have room for them. This approach not only forces you to pay attention to the pieces you are keeping but ensures clutter can’t build up after you’ve already sorted everything.

- Advertisement -

- Advertisement -

- Advertisement -

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.