I am struggling to get back into the swing of things after the holidays. I find when I struggle that it helps me to go back to basics. For me, that means I am trying to do one thing per day in each area of my life I am trying to work on.
To clear clutter today, I went to my "bag" cupboard. After holiday shopping, I realized I had accumulated more paper and plastic bags than I needed, so I recycled all but four of the paper bags and six of the plastic bags (assorted sizes, of course). The cupboard was instantly less cluttered and that gave me an emotional lift to continue!
What works for you to restart clutter clearing after the holidays and get back on track?
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