“Start slowly, create categories and seek help if you need it”
“Sentimental clutter is the hardest clutter to part with.”
by Rachel Hartman
“Organizing. and getting rid of, extra belongings can make it easier to downsize, clean a home and entertain guests.
“But what should be done with a stack of boxes containing memorabilia stashed in a closet? Or a basement filled with items that represent the past 30 years?
“‘Clutter is real, and stuff follows us to the end,’ says Felice Cohen, author and professional organizer based in New York City who teaches online organization classes to older adults.
“Sorting through last week’s coupons can be much easier than tackling a bin filled with memories from the past.”
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