It's easy to fall into a routine when decluttering. You pull everything from a drawer, decide what you don't need, and return what you'll keep.
Today, shake up that routine with a quick declutter. You won't be emptying cabinets or rearranging your shelves.
Instead, glance inside your kitchen cabinets and pull out any small, unused kitchen appliances. Find a new home for these items. Maybe your coworker wants a bread maker, or your adult son would love the rice cooker. If you don't have time for this extra work, put the lot in a box and donate it.
Without too much fuss, you've created space in your kitchen cabinets and can now see what's still there.
Susan Caplan McCarthy
I help people focus on what's important to them by guiding them through clearing clutter and distractions from their lives. I teach decluttering and organizing skills through articles; books; courses; speaking engagements; as well as virtual coaching sessions.