declutter


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declutter

(diːˈklʌtə)
vb
to simplify or get rid of mess, disorder, complications, etc, from: declutter your life.
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Instead, we should look at it as a sign to declutter.
I've learnt if you try to tackle the whole house you will end up getting nothing done - try one shelf at a time and declutter one a day.
One way to rapidly declutter a kitchen is to build in a pantry.
These photos are a record of where you were when you started to declutter, as well as a way of showing yourself where you are now.
The Aviemore–born tidy terror returns to TV tomorrow with a new series of her show Storage Hoarders and she is determined to declutter the homes of Britain with her merciless approach.
It's a worrying day when you realise you need the services of a declutter consultant (yes, there is such a profession).
First, he breaks down the ways we become clutterers, and then offers simple methods to declutter.
Using many color photos, she illustrates how to arrange furniture, store materials, declutter the space, and select items.
Getting him to declutter won't be easy, but doing a bit of tile design and wood-turning is a bigger success.
Restock and declutter the front-of-store chillers during the peak lunchtime period.
MapQuest's API for ActionScript allows developers to access the MapQuest platform's deep capabilities and also offers JavaScript enhancements such as advanced overlays and icon declutter, MapQuest said.
Q SINCE I moved into my partner's flat three years ago, I've been itching to declutter.