Handling Things So You Don’t End up Hoarding Them

Mails – important/special mails (i.e. letters/gifts from loved ones, those with financial/personal information, etc.) which you cannot afford to get rid of should have a specific destination in your home. If you’re ready to put them away, make sure you know where to put them. On the other hand, less important mails shouldn’t stay in the house longer than necessary – once you’re done with it, throw it away.

Newspapers – if you’re having newspapers delivered every morning or if you like picking up a copy on your way to work, make sure you have a plan on handling them by the end of the week. You may opt to simply throw them in the trash but selling them for recycling is always a better option.
Notes/Reminders – keeping a soft copy of certain reminders by encoding them in your computer or phone instead of writing them down on pieces of paper can also help lessen the clutter in your home.
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