Check the toothbrushes you and your family use. If you notice bent bristles and other wear, replace the brushes. (Check with other family members before doing this as they may want a specific type of brush for their replacement.)
You may save old toothbrushes to use for cleaning tasks. Do you use them for that purpose or have they accumulated in the cabinet beneath your bathroom sink?
And, if you do use them, how many do you need to keep for this purpose? If you regularly replace your toothbrushes, then you are always restocking your old brushes. Maybe downgrading a toothbrush can become your prompt for doing a specific task; then, you don’t need to hold onto old brushes.
Only if this doesn’t apply to you: Eliminate a snack that you are eating only because you are bored, or you need a break.
Susan Caplan McCarthy
I'm Susan, a writer and teacher developing a second career as a Decluttering Coach.