Where to Donate Your Stuff After Decluttering?

Another thing that can be as overwhelming is dealing with the aftermath of decluttering - the things we wish to discard as they no longer spark joy to us.

Learning from experience, it’s always better to get rid of the items you’ve decided to let go as soon as possible. A good way to do this is by donating your unwanted stuff to charitable institutions.

Here are 5 places that are ready and willing to accept a wide range of stuff from your closet, kitchen, playroom, or garage to support different causes in the country.

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Inside a Bohemian’s Sanctuary

I’m so excited to share this project with you all because I had the opportunity to declutter a bohemian’s closet, and also help organize other parts of her bedroom!

Although I’m far from being a boho, I’ve always been drawn to bohemian aesthetics. I love its muted tones but with pop of bright colors, and its “more is more” approach yet still looking collected and effortless. That’s why I was so excited when my friend Jamie, who is a legit bohemian in style and at heart, asked me to help declutter her closet and bedroom.

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Guilt Over Gifts

It’s the season of gift giving and this could either be stressful or joyful - both for the giver and receiver. 

For the giver, we put a lot of thought and effort into finding the best gift to our friends and loved ones because we wanted them to be pleased and happy. Then for the receiver, the most stressful part is receiving a gift that we don’t like and not knowing what to do with it.

Guilt is always the prevailing feeling whenever we want to discard an unwanted gift. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Gift giving is a joyful act that both the giver and receiver deserve to experience.

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A Closet for a Mother’s New Journey

Recently, I’ve met several moms who are trying to get back on their careers after choosing to focus on their families as a stay-at-home mother. Being a mother is a full time job in itself. It never ceases to amaze me on their resilience, courage, and determination to do something more, not just for their families, but also for their selves.

In this decluttering project, I had the privilege to work with a mom who decided to jump start a new career after 15 years of being a stay at home mother.

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Easy Labeling Project - Personal Paper Records

In my previous post, I’ve shared how we’ve achieved a paper clutter-free home for 6 months and counting! To celebrate this milestone, I went ahead to put labels on my personal paper records using my favorite organizing tool, a label maker!

Before we start with my labeling project, here's a short review of the label maker I’m using in case you’re also considering to invest on one. 

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Finding Courage to Start Anew

It's nearly three months now, and at times, I still can’t believe that I’ve found the courage to leave the corporate workforce. Leaving my career of 11 years was a tough decision, especially that I haven’t established anything yet outside of my corporate career. It took me almost a year to convince myself that as much as I love my career, my priorities have changed and it’s time to move on to a new adventure.

So let me dedicate this blog entry to commemorate this special milestone, and hopefully impart some insights to those who might be going through a similar crossroad.

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How to Achieve a Paper Clutter-Free Home

Early this year, I've tackled all our paper and document clutter at home. From personal records, bank statements, warranties, manuals, receipts, brochures, training materials and many more. I've already done this 2 years ago when I did my KonMari journey, but paper clutter just accumulates way too fast! 

It has been 6 months now, and I could say that I've finally mastered having a paper clutter-free home. Here's a walk through of how you can achieve one in just five steps!

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