Now that there is a light at the end of the tunnel, you can begin to feel excited about the chance to be able to get out of your home. With that being said, it’s time to get up, take a look at the mess that has accumulated throughout quarantine and get to work on decluttering your home for the summer.
The Marie Kondo Method
Many people are familiar with the very prevalent “Marie Kondo” organization method. While this is talked about across a wide variety of platforms, many people don’t truly understand what the Marie Kondo method entails, and how her methods captivated so many people for such a long time.
The Marie Kondo method consists of two main components: what brings you joy, and categorical organization. While most people default to a location based method, Kondo recommends a categorical method. Instead of tidying up from room to room, Kondo’s approach suggests starting with clothes, then moving onto books, papers, miscellaneous items, and lastly, sentimental items.
Being stuck at home for this final stretch, now is the perfect time to dig into these different categories of items found in your home.
Keep it Sustainable
After a long process of decluttering your home, you will find that you have many items that you no longer find spark joy. We’ve crafted the perfect list of places to go with your discard pile (Once the retail stores open back up)!
For all of your luxury and high-end items, this store buys second-hand products to resell.
Looking to donate your clothes? Trouvailles offers customers every category of second-hand items imaginable. This is a great way to recycle your old clothing, shoes, accessories, bedding and more.
If you are looking for an online selling option, Troc is the perfect fit for you! Troc offers buying and selling online and in-store. Check out their website to get an estimate for your items.
If you are looking to sell your shoes, clothing, watches, hats or purses that are in mint condition, Royal Second Hand could potentially be a great fit.