I know that I never apply as much sunscreen as is recommended, and, so, I’m not surprised when the summer comes to an end and I still have sunscreen in the bottle.
And, sunscreen is one of those items where you may have a couple of bottles in use, particularly if you go to the beach or send your kids to an outdoor camp or sports program.
Check expiration dates or toss any sunscreen from previous years. In this case, go out and buy a replacement bottle of sunscreen.
If this task doesn’t apply to you: Toss five pieces of paper – an old list, an out-of-date warranty, an article you tore from a magazine or printed from online, etc.
Susan Caplan McCarthy
I'm Susan, a writer and teacher developing a second career as a Decluttering Coach.