Getting Rid Of Christmas Clutter

Dated: December 28 2020

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The holidays can leave you home in disarray! Check out these quick tips to try and gain control of your home before the new year strikes!


1. Get Rid of left overs

With all of the seasons holiday parties you are sure to have left overs taking up too much space in the fridge! The fridge is a good place to start if you only have a few minutes but want to be able to cross something off the list!

2. All that trash!

Christmas undoubtedly leaves your home with a lot of trash! All of the wrapping paper, boxes, and bows can be super overwhelming. Take some time to go ahead, bag it all up and get it out of sight!

3. Old decorations

When you are taking down you decorations take the extra step of getting rid of those pieces that are not quite up to par and have seen better days!

PRO TIP: Separate your decorations by color. If you change your theme every year like I do, you will easily be able to grab the colors you need without having to sort through the rest.

4. Old Christmas toys

With your kids having all new toys coming in, now is a great time to get rid of all of the old ones that are broken or have been outgrown! This is something I typically like to do before Santa comes so that its easy to put the new things away immediately.

5. Christmas Cards

Don't worry i'm not asking you to throw them away! However, leaving them out after the holiday can make your fridge or counters seem cluttered. My favorite way to store them is in a small plastic bin with a lid. The bin will keep moisture out so that you can admire them for years to come and you should be able to add a few years worth of cards to each box!

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