Things to Declutter in February

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Things to declutter in February

The long month of January is over and the month of love is here! Show your home some love and care this month by getting rid of the stuff that clutters your space with my list of things to declutter in February.

  1. Excess mugs you don’t use
  2. Excess glassware you don’t use
  3. Excess plates you don’t use
  4. Excess knives, forks and other cutlery you don’t use
  5. Stale food
  6. Food that’s past its best before date
  7. Spices you never use
  8. Serving dishes you never use
  9. Stuff in the freezer that’s been there for years
  10. Cleaning products you bought but never use
  11. Scarves you never use
  12. Handbags you never use
  13. Pictures hanging on the walls that you don’t really like
  14. Photos on the shelves you don’t really like
  15. Ornaments on the shelves you don’t really like
  16. Anything on your bedside table that you don’t need for that night
  17. Bath toys that your kids never use
  18. Hair accessories your daughter never wears
  19. Hair accessories that have bits missing or have lost their elasticity
  20. Old diaries that you’ve kept but not sure why
  21. ‘Just in case’ items
  22. Pieces of spare fabric that you never get around to using
  23. Spare bits of gift wrap that you’ll never use
  24. Old medicines that are past their expiry date
  25. Baby wipes that have dried up
  26. Clothes hangers that you don’t use
  27. Broken tools
  28. Garden tools that you never use

If you need some more help or support then these posts will help, support and inspire you to carry on!


If you enjoyed this post, you might like to take a look at declutter projects for other months in the year.

Each month I suggest a series of declutter projects. I hope they help you clear the clutter in your home, little by little and create space and calm for you too!

Hop over to my post on declutter projects for every month of the year.

2 Comments on “Things to Declutter in February”

  1. Re 6: best before date just means that it doesn’t taste as perfect as the manufacturer wants. It’s still perfectly fine to eat. Use your judgement (smell, look, possibly taste) as to whether it’s still good to eat. I once used sour cream 3 months out of date and it was totally fine.

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