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Things to throw away

By |September 29th, 2018|

120 Things to Throw Away: Pave the Way to a Decluttered Home! 

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When you let clutter build up for a while, you’ll find it really hard to start cleaning out the mess in your home. It’s time-consuming, frustrating, not to mention could also be quite overwhelming. Being overwhelmed by the idea of decluttering mostly stems from the idea that you have to be done with it all in one go. I find that taking baby steps by throwing away one or two types of items per day will help you get started. Now throwing away doesn’t really mean throwing things in the trash. You can put them in a bin for a garage sale, recycle or donate them. Look at the real act of throwing things away as a last resort. Here’s a list to help you get started:

  1. Mismatched earrings
  2. Scraps of wrapping paper
  3. Cards people have given you with no sentimental value
  4. Receipts you don’t need
  5. Socks with holes
  6. Old T-Shirts
  7. Dried up flowers
  8. Old magazines
  9. CDs/DVDs
  10. Hair elastics that have lost stretchiness
  11. Hair accessories you don’t use
  12. Shoes that don’t fit or that you don’t wear anymore
  13. Mismatched flip flops
  14. Extra photo prints
  15. Kitchen items that you don’t use or have doubles of, i.e. 5 potato peelers when you only need one or two
  16. Worn out underwear
  17. Scarves you never wear
  18. Clothes that don’t fit
  19. Gifts you don’t like
  20. Old towels
  21. Expired makeup
  22. Frayed makeup brushes
  23. Old nail polish
  24. Old toiletries
  25. Old or unused hangers
  26. Skincare or makeup samples that you’ve been meaning to try out but never got around to
  27. Extra buttons
  28. Expired condiments
  29. Toys your pets don’t play with
  30. Expired medication/supplements
  31. Bills you don’t need to keep
  32. Expired coupons
  33. Old paperwork
  34. Old newspaper
  35. Rusty nails, screws etc
  36. Damaged clothes that are beyond repair
  37. Damaged shoes that are beyond repair
  38. Stained clothes that you can’t clean
  39. Old prom dresses
  40. Old children’s clothes
  41. Outdated electronics
  42. Board games with missing pieces
  43. Rusty jewelry
  44. Scratched non-stick cookware
  45. Old swimwear that’s losing its stretch
  46. Old hosiery
  47. Pens that don’t work
  48. Broken crayons
  49. Necklaces and bracelets with broken clasps
  50. Cables and wires you don’t use
  51. Worn-out sheets and beddings
  52. Empty or near-empty bottles of cleaning products
  53. Broken electronics
  54. Purses you never use
  55. Dingy plates
  56. Flatware, plates and glasses that don’t match the rest of your collection
  57. Old pillows
  58. Wedding invites
  59. Save-the-dates
  60. Wedding favors you don’t use
  61. Worn-out shoes
  62. Old wallets that you don’t use
  63. Broken kitchen equipment
  64. Spare furniture parts you don’t need
  65. Furniture manuals
  66. Boxes
  67. Unused vases
  68. Extra tupperware you don’t need
  69. Tupperware lids
  70. Old mail
  71. Junk mail
  72. Travel brochures
  73. Old bobby pins
  74. Markers that have run out of ink
  75. Random containers and jars
  76. Unused stationery, stickers, and sticky notes
  77. Ripped denim
  78. Old artwork or old children’s artwork
  79. Used and ripped envelopes
  80. Broken or old iPhone cases
  81. Old unused batteries
  82. Extra and unused coffee mugs
  83. Old spices
  84. Address labels for your old house
  85. Wrinkled ribbon and bows for gift wrap
  86. Cards or gifts from exes
  87. Frequent shopper cards you never use
  88. Matchbooks
  89. Old shopping bags
  90. Old calendars
  91. Old folders
  92. Broken fridge magnets
  93. Outdated clothes
  94. Makeup that you don’t reach for
  95. Broken Christmas decorations
  96. Christmas lights that don’t work
  97. Frayed towels
  98. Expired food
  99. Computer cords, firewire cord, etc. that you don’t use
  100. Old and outdated software
  101. CDs for old computer programs
  102. Old cell phones
  103. Hand-me-downs that you’re guilt-tripped into keeping
  104. Freebie or promotional t-shirts you never wear
  105. Old fortune cookie fortunes
  106. Old bank statements
  107. Old planners
  108. Delete email subscriptions from sites
  109. Delete emails you don’t need
  110. Delete unwanted music from your iTunes
  111. Unsubscribe from YouTube channels that you don’t really watch
  112. Base products that don’t match your skin tone
  113. Skincare products that did not work out for you
  114. Mismatched socks
  115. Old school books you’ll never use again
  116. Papers you have backed up on the computer
  117. Books you’ve already read and don’t want to display
  118. Cell phone covers that you don’t want anymore
  119. Old manuals to electronics
  120. Cell phone accessories you don’t use anymore

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Cleaning your Car

By |September 26th, 2018|

Household Items for Cleaning your Car

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Did you know that you can use these common household items to clean your car? Read on and find out how.

Keeping your car clean can be a challenge, plus could get quite expensive if you buy branded car cleaning supplies. But if you take a look at your cabinet of cleaning supplies or other items in your house, you’ll find that they do the same job at a fraction of the cost. We’re not just going to give you a list of what you can use, you’ll also get a step by step guide for a clean and sparkling interior and exterior.

Gather these items before you get started:

  • Baking Soda
  • White Vinegar
  • Cornstarch
  • Rubbing Alcohol
  • Dryer Sheets
  • Disinfectant Wipes
  • Club Soda
  • Peanut Butter
  • Toothpaste
  • Newspapers

Step 1: Wet down the car exterior

Rinse your car thoroughly with a hose. This breaks up dry dirt and debris. You can use a soft sponge to scrub the exterior gently to prevent any dirt from scratching or damaging the paint.

Step 2: Bubble up

Combine 1/4 cup of liquid soap with 1 gallon of hot water to clean the entire car exterior, combine ¼ cup of soap with one gallon of hot water. Make sure to not use dishwashing soap as it can damage the finish of your car. Use a sponge to wash the exterior and a stiff-bristled brush for the tires and wheels.

Step 3: Rinse the car exterior

Hose your car down to remove the soap mixture. Mix 1 part white vinegar and 1 part water in a spray bottle. Spray the exterior of your car and wipe it with any absorbent cloth. You’ll do best with a chamois leather cloth, but any absorbent cloth will do. Use newspapers to wipe the car windows to avoid streaks.

Step 4: Clean the windows

Make a safer version of Windex to rid yourself of exposure to harmful chemicals while you clean your car windows. Mix one cup of water, one-half cup of vinegar and one-fourth cup of alcohol in a spray bottle. Spray your car windows solution onto windows and use newspaper to dry. Use plain vinegar to remove any bug splatters.

Step 5: Clean the car’s interior

Wipe down the interior with a clean damp cloth. Use it on the dash, center console, and other areas. Use the products below depending on what needs more attention in your car’s interior.

  • Rubbing Alcohol – Use this on leather or vinyl seats. It’s best to test it on a small hidden area first.
  • Rubbing Alcohol and Water – Use equal parts of rubbing alcohol and water on hard surfaces and wipe them down with fabric softener after.
  • Baking Soda – Use baking soda to absorb cigarette odors from your car’s ashtray. You can also use it to absorb any bad odors from the carpet.
  • Disinfectant Wipes – Wipe down hard surfaces, your car’s dashboard and glove box with disinfectant wipes to remove any musty or bad odors.

Step 6: Spot Cleaning

Treat any difficult stains as needed with these household products. You can snack on one of them too! Make sure to use a soft cloth to avoid damaging the exterior material of whatever you’re spot cleaning.

  • Baby Shampoo – Use baby shampoo to cut grease and grime.
  • Peanut Butter – Using peanut butter on tar and tree sap works like magic!
  • Rubbing Alcohol – The ever so trusty rubbing alcohol removes grime from windshield wipers.

Step 7: Cleaning the upholstery

After vacuuming your car’s upholstery, sprinkle cornstarch on any stains and leave it to work for 30 minutes. Vacuum up the cornstarch after. For tougher stains, you can create a paste of cornstarch mixed with a small.amount of water, spread the paste on the stain and leave it to dry so it’s easier to vacuum up.

For grass stains, mix equal parts of white vinegar, rubbing alcohol and warm water. Rub it on the stain and rinse with water.

After all, this is done, you can place dryer sheets (any variant) under the floor mats, in storage pockets, and under the seats to leave a fresher feel.

Bonus tip: Cleaning the headlights

Wipe your car’s headlights with a damp cloth. Using a circular motion, rub white toothpaste on the surface of the headlights. Let it sit for 5-10 minutes and rinse it thoroughly with water. Repeat this process as necessary. You’ll notice a huge difference in the clarity of your headlights with this trick!

 

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Packing

By |September 26th, 2018|

A Closer Look at Moving to a New Home

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On our “How to deal with moving to a new home” blog post, I concentrated more on the basics of what needs to be prepared when moving to a new home. I only discussed about the whole packing milieu in passing, so I felt that I owe a little bit more on that particular detail. So here it goes, the spotlight now belongs to those small packing details that we tend to neglect when preparing for a move.

Hit two birds with one stone

When packing breakables, such as plates, bowls, and glasses, you may want to consider using clothes to individually wrap them. That is if you’re not that anal and you really want to save up on bubble wrap. This way, you get to save more money on not having to buy so much bubble wrap. I for one only use bubble wrap on my high-priced breakables. Also, you get to pack two things at once, clothes and breakables. As for your stemware and silverware, you may want to use socks – CLEAN socks, please! Again, you get to pack clothes and kitchen stuff. Nifty, right?

Drawers = Packed Box

Okay, a bit of context first before this bit. We all have a “thing” or “miscellaneous” drawer, right? I know I do. It’s that drawer with random items that shouldn’t necessarily be together, like screws, loose change, scissors, rubber bands, etc. Now that I’ve got that covered, if your bureaus and drawers are already organized, and it’s not a “thing” drawer, then you can consider that part of the room packed. Don’t put yourself up to more unpacking if you don’t really have to box up the contents of your drawers. This will definitely put you up for more work especially if your drawers have clothes in them.

Imagine unnecessarily packing and unpacking clothes all over again. Not to mention having to fold and arrange them again. Imagine having to arrange clothes by color, season, and purpose all over again. Oops, I went too far, didn’t I? The point is, let’s not kid ourselves into thinking that we’ll unpack and organize everything in one day. Going back, all you have to do now to secure your drawers is to reach for your handy roll of stretch wrap. You can get these in hardware or DIY stores. This way, your drawers won’t open while they’re being transported to your new home. All you have to do when they’ve been unloaded is to place them in the right room and unwrap. Definitely save your time and effort!

Cut down on boxes

Make your laundry bins, baskets, hampers, large bags, and suitcases work for you. I mean these things are essentially empty when you’re not using them. So why pack a bunch of empty and bulky items when you can use them to pack stuff too, right? If you have wheeled suitcases, they’re great for packing heavier items like books. I for one, packed used clothes inside my washing machine when we moved. That’s where they’re gonna go anyway after we’ve settled in, so why not make them “settled in” themselves?
Small = Heavy, Large = Light

Put heavier items like books on smaller boxes, and light items on big boxes. This makes moving a lot easier. Boxes can only take so much weight, so if you put heavier items on large boxes, chances are, the bottom of the box will give in to all the weight of its contents, making the move a lot harder, and puts you up to more chances of your stuff breaking. Another tip is to avoid mixing items from different rooms as this will make unpacking a lot harder.

Lastly, photos

Take photos of where all the wires go on your appliances so you won’t have to go all haywire yourself when you set them up in your new home. Another item on your list should be photos of your cleaned up old place, as well as photos of your new place before you move in. You’ll never know how much “photo evidence” will help you with your security deposit.

So there you go. I hope I helped you out a little more with these tips. Happy moving! If you need a little seed money to help you with the expenses of moving, call 1(844)651-5144 and get a car title loan today! Only the best at Sabre Lending, LLC.

Self-Love: What to Get Yourself on Your Birthday

By |September 26th, 2018|

Self-Love: What to Get Yourself on Your Birthday

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Some people are hard to shop for especially when it comes to birthday presents. I remember a scene from F.R.I.E.N.D.S where Ross tells Tag to “Always stick to the list.” when Tag got Rachel a scooter for her birthday. Do you channel your inner-Rachel when you celebrate your birthday? Getting yourself a birthday present (or two, or.three, or ten) is a sure way to get what you want on your big day. There’s definitely nothing wrong with spoiling yourself a little bit with your hard-earned money. It doesn’t always have to be material things too. Here are some gift ideas that you can splurge on for yourself on your birthday.

Oldie But a Goodie

Get yourself a nice piece of jewelry or something for your daily ensemble that you would otherwise not dare to spend money on. It could be a nice clutch or those bright red pumps that you’ve been eyeing on since the spring collection came out.

Learning is Always Fun

Treat yourself to a cooking or a baking class. Whatever sparks your interest! Learn a new language, pottery, herb gardening, really anything! Sometimes those classes that you take for granted might end up being a valuable skill that you can use or even profit from in the future.

For the Love of the Game

Treat yourself to nice seats and a great view of your favorite sports team. There’s nothing better than witnessing all the action live!

Beauty Lovers Unite!

Do you know what’s even better than splurging on a makeup item that you’ve had written on your list? Spend it on some good-quality skincare product. That’s always a good tip! You’ll thank yourself later.

Travel

Enjoy some alone time or spend some quality time with whoever you want and finally cross-off one of the places listed in your travel list. Bask in the beautiful scenery, the different flavors of the local cuisine, and enrich your life with the different cultures that you get to encounter when you travel. This is one of the best things to do for yourself to celebrate your special day.

Give Back

Donate to a charity or cause that you’ve been following, perhaps volunteer or give your time to a fundraising event that supports a good cause. This is surely the best way to gain more than what you shell out. There’s no better gift than the gift of giving.

Cultivate joy and gain more gratitude for the life you’re living. Look at this added year to your age as another feather in your hat. Reward yourself as you’ve grown wiser and stronger in your journey through life. Enjoy your day!

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Flat surface clutter

By |September 21st, 2018|

Flat Surface Clutter – How to keep clutter away from flat surfaces in your home

Look at some of the flat surfaces in your home. Don’t we all have one or more of them that we just can’t keep free from clutter? It’s an ongoing battle – like laundry! Here are a few steps that you can take to keep these clutter magnets neat and clear.

First, identify the flat surfaces in your home that always seem to accumulate clutter. Here are a few common ones:

  • Kitchen counters
  • Dining room table
  • Coffee table
  • The foot of the bed
  • Random chairs around the house
  • Home office table
  • Top of dressers
  • Night stand

A temporary fix is to take at least 10-15 minutes a day to remove clutter from one or two of these surfaces. Put things back to where they belong or arrange the things that are supposed to be there but are in disarray. But really, what we’re looking for is how to make sure that random things don’t accumulate on these surfaces again, right? So the process continues with identifying what items are constantly accumulated as clutter. Most of these are items that don’t really have a home, so once you know what these are, make sure that they have a place for them to go to. Here are a few solutions.

Kitchen clutter – Put away small kitchen appliances that you don’t really use that often, like your panini press. These are some of the big ones that contribute the most in making your kitchen counters look like they’re cluttered when they’re not. Minimize the number of plates, bowls, glasses, mugs, and serving bowls and plates that are out for easy access. Unless you have a whole neighborhood dining in your home everyday, put the other ones away and just take them out when you’re ready to use them.

Dining room clutter – The dining room table is usually cluttered with grocery bags, school bags and purses, and sometimes have crayons and papers that kids leave out too. Make sure that groceries get put away as soon as you arrive home. This goes the same for purses and school bags. If you have kids who use the dining room table as their “art room”, look at this as an opportunity to decorate! Get decorative boxes that will house crayons, pencils and the like. You can put these boxes in the middle of the dining room table without giving away the fact that there are actually art supplies in them. Don’t forget to brief your kids about this change so they’ll know where to get their stuff and where to put them back.

 

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Living room clutter –The living room is a magnet for stacks of mail and bills, shoes, keys and other stuff. A fool-proof way to keep this area organized is to have a command center in your entryway. Designate bins where you can organize important mail and bills, get a catchall for keys, have a shoe rack that will house at least 6 pairs of shoes to keep shoes away from the floor, put a small bin beside the shoe rack where used socks can go so they’re not balled up on the floor, put a coat rack and an umbrella rack in the corner – basically customize your entryway for it to be specific to your needs.

Bedroom clutter –This is where the most random stuff end up in. Tops of dressers, nightstands, the foot of the bed, and “the chair” – oh that chair! Here are some solutions to keep these surfaces clear. Designate small bins, organizers and hooks to house hair ties, jewelry, sunglasses and other random stuff that clutter the tops of your dresser. This goes the same for nightstands. It helps if the bins and organizers that you choose are a little more decorative too. As for those worn-once clothes that end up at the foot of the bed or in your “special chair”, consider having a separate hamper or basket for clothes that you’re still planning to wear one more time (or two – no judgement here) before laundering.

Finally, to prevent these clutter magnets from getting out of control again, it’s definitely necessary to build better habits. Make sure that everyone in the house is aware of where things should go and what the bins are for. These solutions are not useful after all if you’re the only one who knows about them.


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Use your Planner

By |September 17th, 2018|

Use Your Planner: Beyond appointments and special dates… What other things can you write down on your planner?

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Do you get a planner before the year ends and find yourself only using it until March? Yes, guilty as charged too! Here are some of the things that you can keep track of on your planner to make the most use out of it.

Medications

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List down any medications, vitamins and other supplements each member of your family are on. This includes herbal medicines and supplements too. This is especially important if you have babies and toddlers so as not to run the risk of overmedicating. This also comes in handy for when you need to consult your physician about any health issues as some symptoms may be side effects of what you’re taking and medications that might be prescribed to you could have drug interactions with any of the medications, vitamins and other supplements that you are taking.

 

Holiday Gifts

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Can I just mention that it’s helpful if you do your holiday shopping at an earlier date? Say June or July, or all-year-long each time there’s a big sale going on. This saves you a lot more time and money than when you cram in December. Here’s where your planner comes in handy. Make a list for friends and family, officemates, or whoever else you want on your Christmas list. Write down what you’d like to give them for Christmas. This way, you’ll have it handy when you go shopping.

 

Meal Planning

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Write down what you plan on cooking for the whole day or week. This will help you mix things up, especially if you have picky eaters at home. This is also a good way for you to make sure that you have a good mix of nutritious ingredients thrown in on each meal.

 

Book List
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If you love to read and might be following a book channel on YouTube (a really good one is BookswithEmilyFox ), you would regularly hear about a new book that you might want to read. Write it down on your planner so that when you go to the library or come across a used bookstore, you’ll have your must-read list handy.

 

Movie List

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Most of us may not have all the time to see new movies as they come out, so a list of movies that you’d like to watch might come in handy too. Not just for new movies, maybe there are some old movies that you’d like to watch for the first time or maybe re-watch.

 

Baby Milestones

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Let’s be honest, you might not have your baby book close by at all times, so it would be useful to jot baby milestones down your planner. This way, you can just refer back to your planner and add them up on your baby book.

 

Kids’ clothing and shoe sizes

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This would come in handy when you pass by a big sale or if you’re at a consignment event. This way, you’ll know what size your children are currently in and what size they’re possibly going to be in next season or next year.

 

Immunization record and schedule

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This is pretty much a given if you have kids, but this is also useful for other fur mommies out there.

 

Important dates for school

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Write downfield trip and standardized test dates, you can also include any other school events like an upcoming school fair or talent show. This way, you’ll know how your schedule would likely go.

 

Kids’ Antics

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It’s like a cute little diary that you can look back on when you feel a little bit down and may be on a parenting rut. Write down something special that your kids did for you or said to you, probably a cute little act that they did or something funny that they said. It’s the little things that bring you joy after a long tiring day.

 

Business ideas or DIY ideas

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Brilliant ideas mostly come to you when you least expect it. Write them down as soon as you get your hands on your planner.

 

Procrastination List

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Make a list of tasks or projects that you’ve put off doing for too long. Pick as few as 5 or as many as 10 things that you really wanted to start doing. This way, you can maybe finally start that herb garden project or probably rejoin your yoga class.

 

Goals

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Writing down your goals for the next month or year may help with motivation. This could be goals concerning your health, travel, home improvements, or maybe new skills that you want to learn.

 

Gratitude

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A personal favorite – doing the gratefulness exercise. Write down 3-5 things that you’re thankful for. Anything! It doesn’t have to be anything fancy. Do this before you go to bed or any time of the day. It doesn’t have to be a once a day thing, just write it down anytime you think about something that you’re thankful for. This practice is great to keep you grounded as well as to keep your mind in check.

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Cross-country move

By |September 11th, 2018|

Cross-Country Move? Let go of these things to make the process easier.

Moving across the country is stressful enough as it is. So it’s really important that you don’t let more stress pile on like lugging along boxes of excess stuff with you when you know that the reality is you’ve never used these things in years – and probably never will. Save time and money, and most importantly, unnecessary stress by getting rid of excess stuff first. The less you have to pack, the quicker and cheaper the entire move will be. Let alone the unpacking! Here are 70 things that you should get rid of before a cross-country move.

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Kitchen

  1. Appliances you haven’t used in two years
  2. Extra sets of knives
  3. Cracked or chipped dishes
  4. Seldom used kitchen tools and utensils
  5. Small kitchen appliances that you don’t really use on the regular
  6. Cookbooks – there are lots of recipes online!
  7. Extra water bottles, tumblers, and travel mugs
  8. Expired or unused spices, teas, and condiments

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Basement or Garage

  1. Old rusty tools that you no longer use
  2. Scrap wood
  3. Old Paint
  4. Surplus construction materials, like insulation, plywood, etc.
  5. Extra camping gear
  6. Extra gardening supplies
  7. Old car maintenance supplies
  8. Attachments or parts to appliances you no longer have
  9. Furniture you have stowed away and never use
  10. Old yard decor you never use
  11. Anything broke that you never got around to fixing

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Bathroom

  1. Expired makeup and skincare products
  2. Makeup and skincare samples you swore you’d try out but never did
  3. Products you’ve used once or twice but never really liked
  4. Dingy shower curtains
  5. Expired medicine, vitamins, and other supplements
  6. Old beauty tools that you don’t use, like an old hair dryer or curling iron
  7. Nearly empty bath and shower products you’ve been trying to get the last bit out of but never did

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Linen Closet

  1. Old towels – donate them to animal shelters
  2. Old sheets, Extra blankets, comforters, and quilts
  3. Old sewing supplies you don’t use.

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Home Office

  1. Extra wrapping paper
  2. Old expired contracts
  3. Surplus office supplies
  4. Junk mail
  5. Old diaries or planners
  6. Old calendars
  7. Finished notebooks
  8. Old cassettes, CDs, and DVDs that can be turned into a digital copy.
  9. Old office furniture that you don’t use or that is uncomfortable.

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Bedroom

  1. Surplus clothes
  2. Jewelry that you don’t really like – sell them!
  3. Jewelry with broken clasps or are missing a pair
  4. Torn jeans that are beyond repair
  5. Accessories you no longer use, like scarves, handbags, and purses
  6. Socks and underwear with holes in them
  7. Clothes that no longer fit
  8. Shoes you never wear – donate or sell them!
  9. Shoes that are beyond repair
  10. Broken hangers
  11. Scraps of fabric you have stowed away in a bin somewhere in your closet
  12. Old shoe boxes

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Living Room

  1. Newspapers
  2. Old picture frames you no longer like
  3. Books you’re never going to read
  4. Lamps that don’t work
  5. Old throw pillows
  6. Worn out rugs
  7. Board games with missing pieces
  8. Broken kids’ toys that are beyond repair

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Entryway or Hall Closet

  1. Extra hats and visors and caps
  2. Old raincoats and rain boots
  3. Old or broken umbrellas
  4. Coats that no longer fit or are out of style

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Attic

  1. Extra suitcases and overnight or duffle bags
  2. Broken furniture
  3. Old school items and schoolwork
  4. Sentimental stuff that you don’t need to bring with you – take pictures if you’re having a hard time letting them go
  5. Broken Christmas lights and other holiday decors
  6. College textbooks and reports
  7. Old mattresses and old pillows
  8. Old or broken sporting goods

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