Check your gloves and mittens for holes and make certain they are ready to do their job on a cold morning. Decide how many pairs you need and donate the rest. (When I get chilly, my fingertips turn blue; so, I own a few pairs of gloves – heavy ones for snow shoveling, fingerless gloves for cool days, fleece gloves for being outside in the winter, and those weird stretchy gloves that cost a dollar for fall days … and for wearing under the fleece gloves when I need another layer.)
If this task doesn’t apply to you: Eliminate an item of clothing or an accessory that you’ll never wear again, whatever the reason.
Susan Caplan McCarthy
I'm Susan, a writer and teacher developing a second career as a Decluttering Coach.