Day 24. Holiday decorations. Go through your holiday decorations and try to identify what you really love. What makes you happy and really brings you joy to use? You might end up with a smaller collection for each holiday. Or you might only keep decorations for your...
Day 23. Books. Decluttering books can be difficult, but they're also a great item to get passed on or donated to a local library. You can read about how I decluttered my bookcase using the KonMari method. Pick up each book and really ask yourself whether it brings you...
Day 17. Eliminate paper clutter. Get rid of the paper clutter; whether it's mail, the desk, or the filing cabinet. Throw out old receipts, bills, or other paperwork. Don't worry about sentimental items yet. If you have cards or notes from loved ones, put those aside...
Day 16. Slow down your schedule today. You've made it half way through Simple Adventure's new year's resolution! Today, try to slow down your schedule for the day. Make room for a walk outside, or a meaningful conversation with a friend. Do something to relax and...
Day 15. Accessories. The next category to decutter: Accessories. This can be jewellery, watches, sunglasses, scarves, hats, bags, or purses. Go through everything in this category and pare down to your absolute favourites. Some of the tips for creating a capsule...
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