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Mum shares household items you should bin now to avoid clutter and hoarding



When it comes to organising the home and decluttering there are lots of experts who have their own methods – from Marie Kondo to The Home Edit.

But if you don’t want to learn from a book or TV show and would prefer a quick fix, one mum might have the answer for you.

A post written back in April by Parenting blogger, Steph Pase, on her site Just Another Mummy Blog, has proved popular online and it lists the top 20 items she suggests putting in the bin now to avoid unnecessary hoarding and mess in the home.

Steph, who has garnered 191,000 followers on Instagram and has more than 17,000 followers on Facebook, often shares a look at how she organises her house, including making the most of her fridge space and how she stores her children’s toys.

In this particular post, she claims the items are all things you won’t regret saying goodbye to and she’s also made a handy checklist you can print out in order to keep track while you’re tidying.

Here’s a look at the items that made Steph’s list.

How many of these do you still have lurking about in your home?

  1. DVDs/ Videos
  2. Coat hangers not in use
  3. Broken Toys/ Missing pieces
  4. Mismatched Socks
  5. Broken crafts
  6. Broken Stationery
  7. Dead Batteries
  8. Old Makeup/ Hair accessories
  9. Old Broken Jewellery
  10. Expired spices
  11. Tech Accessories + Boxes
  12. Broken Appliances
  13. Clothes with Holes
  14. Old Sheets you don’t use
  15. Old Scripts/ Medications
  16. Old Receipts
  17. Old Gift Vouchers/ Menus
  18. Shoe Boxes
  19. Unused Gifts
  20. Kids Clothes that don’t fit
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It’s worth giving all your items a double check before putting them straight in the trash, just so you don’t bin anything of importance.

And always remember to be careful to dispose of things carefully and correctly.

Steph adds: “Please remember when discarding any items such as medications to dispose of them properly such as dropping them off at your local pharmacy to be disposed of safely!”

For more tips and ideas, you can follow Steph on Instagram here.

What did you think of the list? Let us know in the comments below.





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