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Tips No. 36. Prepare your meals in decluttered kitchen.Cookware such as mixing bowls, cutting boards, kitchen gadgets, knives and blender should be organized in a specific area. In this way, they will always be at your fingertips. Cut through the unnecessary kitchen tools that might have accumulated. Get rid of items that don’t work. Free up space in your kitchen so that you can enjoy your space to the fullest.
Tips No. 165. Dealing with clutter according to your personality – Sentimentalist.“If you know the enemy and know yourself you need not fear the results of a hundred battles.” – Sun TzuYou can stop clutter session in the bedroom once and for all if you know yourself! As you declutter and organize, pay attention to the root of the problem. Your bedroom reveals more about you. If you are a sentimentalist, you probably have a box of unsorted photos in the corner of your bedroom. Or you have the Teddy Bear collection from your childhood.Learn to let go. However, take your time. It's not going to get better by pushing yourself too hard. Work in short intervals, take a break, and enjoy a cup of tea or lunch.Free your mind. Go for a short walk or take a shower. Do meditation and calm your mind. A fresh mind will help you make smarter decisions.Self-examination. Take a random item and ask yourself: What's significant about this item? Do I like it enough to display it further? Can I give someone else my stuff? Of course, you do not have to get rid of everything. Save the best items and get rid of the rest.Enlist help if you need it. Remember – you are not alone. And little by little, it will set you free!
Tips No. 300. Store and simplify.Here’s a great tip for simplifying kids’ bedroom.Consider buying beds that come with storage options. Built in, drawers and shelves are perfect solutions for kids’ room. Kids’ items can be tucked away underneath the bed, while everyday necessities can be at arm’s reach. Of course, bring your little ones into the process and ask them for their opinion.