ROOM RENOVATION: DECLUTTERING TIPS
Do you really need all that stuff?
Here are some of the biggest organizing lessons and tips learned from "Tidying Up with Marie Kondo."
1.It’s really OK to get rid of gifts.
It’s genuinely hard to throw away gifts, “The true purpose of a present is to be received,” Marie Kondo writes. “Presents are not ‘things’ but a means for conveying someone else’s feelings. When viewed from this perspective, you don’t need to feel guilty for parting with a gift. Surely, the person who gave it to you doesn’t want you to use it out of a sense of obligation, or to put it away without using it.
2. Stop saving your sample-size beauty or the free toiletries you get from hotels
Toss all your sample size beauty products, yung mag libreng lotion at shampoo sa hotel, throw it! You might also want to check the expiration date of the products, if expired na, throw it!
3. Get rid of papers
We are all guilty of opening bills and shoving them into a drawer. You don’t need to keep those. Kondo argues that these stacks of papers often end up sitting, forgotten, in an accordion file. Instead, its better to subscribe to paperless billing.
4. And remember that tidying is actually about choosing what to keep, not what to get rid of.
this is my room before.
I have no extra time to clean and declutter my room, my bags are on the floor and all my stuff are just all over the place
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