Tips No. 151. Handy tips to help declutter your bedroom."Three Rules of Work: Out of clutter find simplicity; From discord find harmony; In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity." – Albert Einsteina. Step one: While you are going through this mess, ask yourself: Do I really need all these things in my bedroom? Is anything in this area unused? Toss unwanted items.b. Step two: This is the fun part. You should make six piles – keep, put away in another place, give away, sell, trash, and recycle (repurpose). If there are items that could be useful to someone, give it to them.c. Step three: Designate a spot for each and every item. Put items back in their places.To maintain this decluttered environment, stick to a few important rules:a. Make your bed every morning.b. Keep your clothes organized. Place them in your closet or in the laundry basket.c. Avoid bedside clutter.d. Do not ruin what you have achieved.
Tips No. 220. Keep your purse neat and tidy.A huge number of women carry handbags packed with clutter. Makeup, visit cards, old candy wrappers, minty mints, pens, tissues, snacks… There is a simple way to tackle this problem.1) First, dump out your handbag on the table.2) Throw out any trash, such as expired membership cards, unwanted photographs, the perfume that's missing the spray bulb. Out!3) Next, declutter your wallet. Organize your credit cards, phone numbers, and money.Organize essentials in designated places: cell phone, wallet, keys, notebook and pen, small pack of tissues, lip balm, and hand cream. You can do it!
Tips No. 256. Prevent magazine clutter.Are your floor and tabletops cluttered with magazines? Or your magazines are stacked in piles in a corner of your living room? It’s time to cut that clutter once and for all! Here are a few steps to clear clutter and get organized.Step one: Bring all your magazines together.Step two: Have a trash bag on hand and toss unwanted magazines. Dispose of everything that you haven't used in the last year and you will never use again. Try to recycle your magazines and do your part to keep the environment clean.Step three: Decide which magazines you need to keep. If your answer is – "I probably should read", get them out of your house. If you need to read some magazines for work assignment or your kids need some of them for school, you can keep them.Step four: Sort and organize your magazines.