Think About Donating or Selling
Another way that you can continue your decluttering process is to think about what items you could donate and if there is anything that you could potentially sell. It is more than likely that you will have plenty of clutter in your home that you no longer have a use for but that could still be useful to others. You will be surprised what you can sell on eBay and you could end up with a tidy sum for all of the things you aren’t using anymore. Even if your items don’t have any monetary value, they might still be useful to other people. You could be doing a good deed by donating your clutter to charity.
Tell People About It
You can also keep yourself motivated by talking about your progress in decluttering with friends, family or even colleagues. Talking about it with others can help to keep you motivated in finishing your decluttering and could also get others to try it. You will find that the motivation from family and friends can really help to push you onto doing more decluttering in and around your home. You might also find that your friends and family have some great tips that could help you save time on deciding on what needs to stay and go.
By following these steps you should be able to get rid of a lot of the clutter in your home and keep motivated throughout the year. However, it is possible that your home is just simply not big enough for all of your belongings and possessions. If you have a lot of old photos or items that you don’t want to throw out, then it might be worth considering self storage to help free up space in your home and create a much better living environment.