by Susan McCarthy
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Everyday practice: Five minutes of decluttering done each day will create better results that waiting for a free weekend to try and tackle everything.
While decluttering can seem overwhelming and takes time to accomplish, it really comes down to following a series of basic steps. This doesn't mean decluttering is easy, you still have to do the work, If you want guidance on sorting through specific categories of items, check out my book, Decadent Decluttering, that guides you through everything from dishes to cleaning supplies to clothing.
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Susan, chief (and only) organized squirrel at A Less Cluttered Life, loves learning and sharing information about organizing, productivity, and habits. She also likes reading young adult novels, crocheting, and spending time with her cat and husband in their riverside home in Massachusetts.