Declutter Your Space, Give Out And Sell Unused Stuffs

365 Days Of Financial Capability – Day 15

When last did you wear that suit?

Yes, you may lose weight and it would fit again. But I’m thinking something better – let’s clear out the old to make room for the new.

Every item you own—from shoes and small appliances to paper—takes up valuable real estate in your home. It’s challenging to decide what to keep or throw out when going through the process of decluttering.

Expirations dates apply to more than just food—they apply to documents and paperwork, too. If, for example, you’ve held on to old invoices and bills, contracts, resumes, and the like from 10 to 20 years ago, they’re only wasting space. Shred and toss them.

There’s also the additional benefit of having more space and air flowing through your house.

As you go through your stuff, you can sell them for cash, you can give them out or you can recycle them.

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