If you have a pair of jeans that currently don’t fit you but are for “when you get thin,” keep reading.
My bedroom is either the cleanest room of the house, or it looks like a tornado just passed through. There is no in between.
I’ve found a way to declutter it so that when it does look like a royal mess, it takes me less than 5 minutes to clean up.
How To Declutter Your Bedroom
- If you haven’t worn it in 6 months, then donate it. (exception; pregnancy)
- If it is more than a size difference than what you currently wear, donate it.
- Mismatched or stained socks; toss.
- Bras that don’t fit, are popping out the metal pieces of pain, or are gross; toss.
- PJ sets that you don’t wear the long button up top? Donate
- Hole-y undies, toss.
- Anything with a stain or a hole, toss.
- Bed linen that has piles or is rough from use, toss.
- Mismatched pillowcases, donate.
- Knick knacks, donate.
- Night Stands; 1 lamp, one decor piece, alarm clock and water bottle only.
- Keep your tv remotes in your nightstand drawer.
- Utilize the room under your bed. Use the space under your bed by getting some under-bed containers. You can free up space in your linen closet by keeping your bedding under your bed.
- If it’s not bedroom related, get it out. I’ve seen people with bookcases in their bedrooms that house cookbooks. No! Get them out of there. Unless you plan to cook in bed – out!
- Clean out your nightstands. What’s in there? Do you need it right beside you at night? Is it useful? Can you toss it? Go through your nightstands with a fine toothed comb.
- Put away your laundry, do the laundry, toss the laundry… just make it disappear.