Things to declutter in March

Things to declutter in March
THINGS TO DECLUTTER IN MARCH

Spring is coming this month and it’s time to spring clean and streamline our homes. Check out this list of things to declutter in March.

31 THINGS TO DECLUTTER IN MARCH
  1. Tools that have parts missing
  2. Arts and crafts materials that you no longer use
  3. Paint in your garage that’s been there for years
  4. Broken outdoor toys
  5. Flat footballs
  6. Bicycles that your kids have outgrown
  7. Old magazines
  8. Pens that don’t work
  9. Old DVDs
  10. Old CDs
  11. Instruction manuals for things you don’t have anymore
  12. Old receipts that you no longer need
  13. Paperwork that you don’t need to keep
  14. Cables, leads and wires for computers, printers etc that you no longer need
  15. Tights with ladders
  16. Socks with holes
  17. Flyers and leaflets that come through the post
  18. Furniture that you don’t like
  19. Storage solutions that you don’t need
  20. Plastic bottles and other recyclable items
  21. Old newspapers
  22. General rubbish
  23. Bad odours
  24. Negative thoughts
  25. Lots of arguing
  26. Too much screen time
  27. Darkness – open the curtains, blinds or net curtains and let in the light
  28. Stuff to recycle
  29. Dirt
  30. Mess
  31. Clear the kitchen worktops
HELPFUL POSTS

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

DECLUTTER PROJECTS FOR EVERY MONTH OF THE YEAR

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.

YOUR NEXT STEP…

I hope you enjoyed this list of things to declutter in March. There’s an item for each day of the month. If you’d like to carry on decluttering your home, your time and your life, check out my FREE Declutter Starter Kit. It’s packed full of helpful decluttering tips, projects and advice to get you started.

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