Quickly + Easily Declutter Your Home in 30 Minutes
How much clutter is too much? I’m not sure if there’s an exact answer to that question, but I do know it’s important to keep your environment as clean and organized as possible to maintain peace of mind and increase productivity.
If you have just 30 minutes, you can declutter an entire room in your home!
The trick is to be strategic about where you focus your efforts and take advantage of the small windows of time throughout the day when you won’t be interrupted.
These tips can help you declutter your home in 30 minutes or less!
Decluttering Tips for Hoarders:
Decluttering is a way of life
How long have you been meaning to declutter your home? You’ve made a New Year’s resolution, perhaps, or you finally have some free time on the weekend.
The trick is that decluttering your home doesn’t have to be an all-day activity – there are some easy and effective ways to get started and quickly de-clutter your home in just 30 minutes or less!
One of the main reasons things accumulate in your House is because of Unhealthy Shopping.Well, we done it all. Everyone goes shopping. Isn’t it true that we all need the essentials in life? Food, clothes, accessories, etc.
“Whoever said money can’t buy happiness…” and “Shopping is my cardio” are just examples of hilarious adages about shopping that have been taken out of context for certain people.
There are other names for it, including “shopaholism,” “Compulsive Buying Disorder (CBD),” or “oniomania”.
We shop , shop and shop until we drop! and without even you knowing , in No time you are in a mess of Cluttered Home.
Here are 5 quick and easy ways to declutter your home in half an hour or less!
Quick and Easy Way #1
- Go Through One Room at a Time
When you begin to look at all of your clutter, it can be overwhelming. And when you’re overwhelmed, it’s difficult to make any changes.
Start by going through one room or section of your home at a time. Use simple labels for each category (i.e., Donate, Sell, Recycle, etc.).
Then sit down and go through each item in that category with your spouse/partner/roomie.
When you complete one room/section at a time, it becomes much more manageable and won’t take as long!
Quick and Easy Way #2 - Use The FIFO Method
The First In, First Out method is a tried-and-true way to clear out clutter.
As new things come into your home, old things must go. This ensures that you aren’t wasting time hanging onto things that are unnecessary.
Take every item and ask yourself:
- 1) Do I like it?
- 2) Does it fit?
- 3) Do I need it?
If you answer no to any of these questions, find a place for it back in your home or donate to Goodwill or another charity (or throw away if absolutely necessary).
You’ll be shocked at how much stuff you don’t need; decluttering is truly an invaluable skill!
Quick and Easy Way #3 - Get Rid of Items You Haven’t Used in last 6 Months
One of my favorite ways to declutter quickly and easily is to go through your home room by room and get rid of items you haven’t used in 6 months.
This is an easy way to make your house feel cleaner, less cluttered, and more organized.
Start by simply walking around your home (or even better, let someone else do it), picking up items that are out of place or haven’t been used lately.
Then, group them together and put them somewhere out of sight—like a closet or under your bed.
Remember: having clutter surrounding you at all times can have a negative impact on how you feel about yourself; eliminating clutter quickly can help boost confidence.
Plus it will feel so good when you look around at your clean space!
Quick and Easy Way #4 - Dispose of Unneeded Items
If you can’t donate or sell it, get rid of it. That’s what a quick and easy declutter really is about.
Quickly take an inventory of all your things, figure out what you don’t need anymore, then dispose of those items quickly and easily.
Don’t let these items pile up—get rid of them as soon as possible!
For example, if you’re dealing with old paperwork that has already been digitized by your financial institution (which many banks will do for free), don’t let those papers pile up on your desk.
You know you won’t need them again so just throw them away.
Maybe they are some sort of tax documentation that’s not necessary to keep anymore? Get rid of it!
Quick and Easy Way #5 - Sort by Type & Location
Today, take a few moments to sort your stuff into three categories.
- Pile #1 Items that are used frequently and should be kept close at hand go into one pile.
- Pile #2 Items that are rarely used but shouldn’t be stored far away go into another pile.
- Pile#3: The final pile is for those items that you have enough of and need to get rid of (don’t have time or space to deal with them now? Put them in storage).
Write down these piles on a piece of paper so you can refer back to it later when deciding where things should live.
You may also find it helpful to do some research on home storage options (such as bookshelves, under-bed storage containers, etc.) before moving forward.
Bonus Tip 1 – Remove Clutter From Under the Bed
The bed is one of the best places to keep clutter because you can tuck it under there and no one will ever see it! I’m serious!
If you have clothing, toys, paperwork or anything else that doesn’t belong under your bed and would rather declutter that area and make your room feel more spacious, follow these steps.
First, turn off any lighting—it’s not a good idea to be fumbling around when you are likely moving heavier items. Next, use a flashlight to get a clear view of what you have under there.
Have you looked under your bed recently? If not, make it a point to do so.
Underbed storage is great for hiding clutter because many people don’t spend time looking there.
Make a habit of it – every Sunday afternoon make it a point to take 10 minutes and search under your bed for items that have accumulated.
You might be surprised at what you find! This quick decluttering technique will save you hours in organizing time later on.
And remember, if you can’t see it, you can’t use it or need it!
Bonus Tip #2
Decluttering is a chore that no one enjoys, but with a little planning, you can get it done in a fraction of the time.
In order to save time, Sonja advises to Hire any Declutter Experts to do the dirty work for you .
Trust me, this could be a Live Saver. After a month, it’s time to say goodbye to your wasted Shopping stuff.
The majority of de-cluttering firms are considerably more than just workers who pack things into boxes and ship them away.
The vast majority of them are devoted to assisting others, and many have specialised training for individuals who want further assistance.
In addition to that, Treat decluttering a little bit of a game. When it comes to making a tough decision like hiring a professional organiser or de-clutterer, it takes time. But Together, You can improve it.
How to STOP Unhealthy Buying habit?
Here are My 2 cents!
1.Don’t go shopping if you’re in a bad mood.
When you’re feeling down, do you turn to shopping for comfort? As a reward for reaching your weight loss or increase goals, it’s fairly uncommon to purchase yourself something nice.
If, on the other hand, you shop just to alleviate your distress and find that buying items is the only way to do so, then you’ve reached an unhealthy point in your shopping behaviour.
You should always ask these three questions before purchasing anything:
- 1) How am I now feeling?
- 2) Why do I wish to purchase this item?
- 2) What will happen to me if I don’t have this item in my possession?
2.Don’t spend money on things you can’t afford.
To keep the “Add to Cart” habit continuing is a simple matter of using a credit card and purchasing online.
A few mouse clicks and you’re the proud owner of a pricey item even though you know it will put a strain on your wallet in the future.
Put your credit cards away and only spend cash from now on.
With just “ABCXy.00” dollars available for the month, it’s simpler to keep your spending in check since it’s clearer how much money you have available to spend on luxuries.
Hopefully, this information will help you identify what causes you to purchase things on impulse and attempt to change this habit.