Tips No. 165. Dealing with clutter according to your personality – Sentimentalist."If you know the enemy and know yourself you need not fear the results of a hundred battles." – Sun TzuYou can stop clutter session in the bedroom once and for all if you know yourself! As you declutter and organize, pay attention to the root of the problem. Your bedroom reveals more about you. If you are a sentimentalist, you probably have a box of unsorted photos in the corner of your bedroom. Or you have the Teddy Bear collection from your childhood.Learn to let go. However, take your time. It's not going to get better by pushing yourself too hard. Work in short intervals, take a break, and enjoy a cup of tea or lunch.Free your mind. Go for a short walk or take a shower. Do meditation and calm your mind. A fresh mind will help you make smarter decisions.Self-examination. Take a random item and ask yourself: What's significant about this item? Do I like it enough to display it further? Can I give someone else my stuff? Of course, you do not have to get rid of everything. Save the best items and get rid of the rest.Enlist help if you need it. Remember – you are not alone. And little by little, it will set you free!
Tips No. 194. Organize and store all of your sweaters effortlessly.Do you have a lot of sweaters in a very little closet space? If your sweaters are always scattered everywhere in the closet or stacks of sweaters constantly fall over, here’re two simple life hacks.1) First, fold your sweaters neatly. Folding sweaters properly will significantly save space in your dresser. Therefore, learn a simple folding technique for sweaters. It’s easy!2) Further, you should store them. Be creative or purchase sweater boxes to have peace of mind. Try to find clear boxes so everything will be visible and accessible. The boxes keep your favorite sweaters safe from dust and pests, too. The boxes will make the most efficient usage of space in your dresser or closet.
Tips No. 355. Focus on one area at a time.Set the mood with your favorite music and get to work! Focus on one area at a time. Try to break down the job into a few small manageable tasks and avoid discouragement and tiredness.a. Bring all items together. Consider tossing, selling or donating unwanted items. Get rid of things "just in case", too.b. The rest of items that you have decided to keep, group by categories.c. Use large totes because they can hold many things.d. Designate an empty bin for the clutter from your house. From time to time, you should empty this bin and maintain this clutter-free environment.