Things to throw away

25 Things To Throw Away Today!

Decluttering can be difficult and time-consuming, especially if you have a lot of possessions and sentimental attachments to them. One approach to decluttering is to start by removing certain types of items from your space, such as expired and broken items, duplicates, or even sentimental items that no longer hold any significant value or memories. By removing these types of things, you can make a significant dent in the clutter in your space. Here’s a list of 25 items you can start decluttering right now:

  1. Old books, magazines, or newspapers
  2. Expired food or spices
  3. Expired medications
  4. Broken or unused kitchen appliances
  5. Clothing that no longer fits or that you no longer like
  6. Old or expired makeup
  7. Expired medications
  8. Unused or broken tools
  9. Old or unused holiday decorations
  10. Outdated technology (such as old cell phones, computers, or video projectors)
  11. Worn-out or stained linens and towels
  12. Broken or unused furniture
  13. Old paperwork (such as old bills, receipts, or documents that you no longer need)
  14. Unused or expired personal care products (such as razors or toothbrushes)
  15. Old or unused toys or games that are no longer played with
  16. Old or unused craft supplies
  17. Unwanted or duplicate kitchen gadgets
  18. Expired cleaning supplies
  19. Old or unused candles or air fresheners
  20. Old or unused phone chargers or cables
  21. Unused or broken sports equipment
  22. Old or unused office supplies (such as file folders, pens, or pencils)
  23. Unused or expired car supplies (such as old motor oil or windshield wiper fluid)
  24. Old or unused decorative items (such as picture frames, glassware, or pottery)
  25. Unused or expired toiletries (such as shampoo, body lotion, or sunscreen)

Things to throw away

Consider donating unwanted or duplicated items

If you declutter items that are still in good condition, such as clothes, appliances, or furniture, you can consider donating them to a local charity or organization. Donating gently used items can help those in need and can also be a way to give back to your community.

Places such as shelters and schools are often in need of items such as clothes, books, and household items. Consider contacting them directly to inquire about their needs.

And if you need help decluttering…

Decluttering can be a complex process, but it can be very rewarding in the end. Removing clutter from your space can help you feel more organized and in control of your life, which will also improve your physical and mental well-being. Additionally, decluttering can free up space and make it easier to find the things you need, and it can also help you create a more pleasant and visually appealing environment.

However, if you feel overwhelmed and with no idea how to start, consider getting professional help. With a combined 25+ years of professional home organizing expertise, our ClutterBGone team will provide a courteous, sensitive, client-focused experience. Get in touch with us today for a free consultation. We’ll transform your life with a lasting change and transformation so you can enjoy a clean, organized, and clutter-free environment.