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What Houzz contributors are saying:
2. They quickly move items to donate or dispose ofOrganised people do not let bags full of items to recycle, dispose of or donate to charity linger in their wardrobe, hallway or garage. Instead, they move these items out of the house in a timely manner. They take bags to a donation drop-off location the same day the bags are filled. If items are too big for their cars, they schedule a charity pick-up as soon as possible. For excess rubbish, they contact the local waste management vendor. My most organised clients do not worry about finding the perfect home for their donations or spend excess time trying to offload unwanted items to family members or friends. They move things quickly out of the house so they have a sense of accomplishment that fuels further progress and a clutter-free home.If you have a problem moving items to donate, recycle or dispose of out of your house, try to make it part of the decluttering process. I recommend not finishing the day without deciding how items to be donated or discarded will leave your house.