Spring Fling Two: Tips to declutter your home
Willis suggests going through your books and getting rid of ones that you won’t read, already read, or won’t read again. She adds you can also go through your e-reader and remove books that you don’t want anymore to make room for new books.
Willis says go through your pens, pencils, and markers inside your junk drawer or your child’s bin. Figure out which ones are still good. She adds this could be a great project to do with your kids.
Another way to clean your kitchen is to get rid of your hot pads and kitchen towels. Willis says they get used and gross after a while.
It’s spring and the weather is warming up in Middle Georgia. Willis says get rid of any sweaters, coats, and jackets that you didn’t wear this winter. She suggests donating any unwanted clothes.
Finally, toss out any tote bags that you don’t like or use anymore. Willis says this will help declutter your closet.
For more information or to connect with Willis, check out her website www.goodlifeorganizing.net.