Make an impact this fall by decluttering your home. Less stuff equals more freedom. School will feel less stressful. Mealtimes will go smoother. Finding winter gear and getting school projects done will no longer feel overwhelming. Decluttering your home can make a big impact on your family’s daily lives.
Moving processes from paper to digital can free your house of a lot of paper clutter. Read your favorite books, newspapers and magazines on a tablet. Instead of saving all old homework, take a picture of it and toss it. Save only special reports and projects. Weed your book collection. Scan photos and important papers and keep the digital copy instead of the paper copy.
Decluttering your pantry and kitchen can make an impact on mealtime. Get rid of items you’re never going to use – if they are still good donate them to your local food pantry. Clear a shelf to house snacks within reach. Clean out your refrigerator and start using an organized system for items.