101 Things To Declutter When You Don’t Know Where To Begin

Decluttering can be a daunting task, especially when you’re surrounded by a seemingly endless amount of stuff. Whether you’re moving to a new home, trying to create a more organized space, or simply looking to simplify your life, decluttering is an essential step. But where do you start? If you’re feeling overwhelmed and don’t know where to begin, here are 101 things you can declutter to kickstart your journey to a more organized and clutter-free life.

  1. Old magazines
  2. Expired coupons
  3. Broken or mismatched socks
  4. Outdated technology manuals
  5. Unused or broken electronics
  6. Empty or dried-up pens
  7. Clothes that no longer fit or are out of style
  8. Duplicate kitchen utensils
  9. Worn-out or uncomfortable shoes
  10. Broken or chipped dishes
  11. Expired medications
  12. Unused or old cosmetics
  13. Outgrown children’s toys
  14. Scraps of wrapping paper or ribbon
  15. Excess hangers
  16. Empty or nearly empty toiletry bottles
  17. Outdated calendars or planners
  18. Single-use plastic bags
  19. Outdated textbooks or reference books
  20. Unused craft supplies
  21. Old receipts (unless for tax purposes)
  22. Broken jewelry or accessories
  23. Expired food in the pantry
  24. Tattered or unused gift bags
  25. Unused exercise equipment
  26. Unread or unwanted books
  27. Old, worn-out towels
  28. Expired cleaning products
  29. Outdated or unused smartphone apps
  30. Old or broken sunglasses
  31. Unused or outdated holiday decorations
  32. Random buttons or fasteners
  33. Instruction manuals for items you no longer own
  34. Broken or incomplete board games or puzzles
  35. Old or unused cables and cords
  36. Empty or nearly empty cleaning supplies
  37. Free promotional items or swag
  38. Old or worn-out bedding
  39. Expired or unused coupons
  40. Outdated or worn-out wallets or purses
  41. Empty or nearly empty bottles of condiments
  42. Unused or broken kitchen appliances
  43. Outdated or unused computer software
  44. Old or broken office supplies
  45. Broken or unused picture frames
  46. Expired spices in the kitchen
  47. Worn-out or stained clothing
  48. Unused or broken gardening tools
  49. Old or unused smartphone cases
  50. Broken or outdated headphones
  51. Empty or unused storage containers
  52. Outdated or unused greeting cards
  53. Old or unused sports equipment
  54. Expired personal care products
  55. Outdated or unused travel brochures
  56. Broken or unused power cords
  57. Worn-out or uncomfortable bras
  58. Old or unused luggage
  59. Empty or unused notebooks
  60. Expired batteries
  61. Outdated or unused software manuals
  62. Broken or unused watches
  63. Old or unused baby items
  64. Expired or unused gift cards
  65. Outdated or unused smartphone cases
  66. Unused or broken musical instruments
  67. Broken or outdated kitchen gadgets
  68. Old or unused pet supplies
  69. Expired or unused lottery tickets
  70. Outdated or unused DVD or CD cases
  71. Empty or unused gift boxes
  72. Worn-out or mismatched bedding
  73. Broken or unused fitness trackers
  74. Old or unused travel mugs
  75. Expired or unused warranties
  76. Outdated or unused software CDs
  77. Empty or nearly empty paint cans
  78. Broken or unused bike accessories
  79. Old or unused baby clothes
  80. Expired or unused event tickets
  81. Outdated or unused smartphone chargers
  82. Worn-out or uncomfortable underwear
  83. Broken or unused kitchen knives
  84. Empty or unused vases
  85. Expired or unused loyalty cards
  86. Outdated or unused maps
  87. Old or unused stationary
  88. Broken or unused power tools
  89. Expired or unused subscription services
  90. Outdated or unused travel adapters
  91. Empty or unused candle jars
  92. Worn-out or faded curtains or drapes
  93. Broken or unused musical CDs
  94. Old or unused baby bottles
  95. Expired or unused warranties
  96. Outdated or unused video games
  97. Empty or unused food storage containers
  98. Broken or unused gardening pots
  99. Old or unused cell phones
  100. Expired or unused event programs
  101. Outdated or unused kitchen cookbooks

Remember, decluttering is a personal journey, and everyone’s definition of clutter will vary. Take it one step at a time, and don’t feel pressured to declutter everything at once. Start with small tasks and gradually work your way through the list. Celebrate your progress along the way, and enjoy the benefits of a more organized and clutter-free living space. Happy decluttering!

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