If you have play equipment in your yard for your children or grandchildren, check that the pieces are still in good condition and are size- and age-appropriate. Are there pieces that the kids never play with?
Talk to the kids about donating unused item(s) to other children (be them kids your children know or less advantaged children). Kids are used to sharing items and so the idea of giving away things they no longer use won’t be unusual.
If the equipment is old or damaged, toss it.
If this task doesn’t apply to you: Organize the contents of one digital or physical file folder. Eliminate what you don’t need and keep what you do.
Susan Caplan McCarthy
I'm Susan, a writer and teacher developing a second career as a Decluttering Coach.