When you start decluttering your home, you’re going to have to decide what to keep and what to get rid of.
Even if you aren’t a very sentimental person, it’s not always easy to get rid of some things. Determining what you should keep and what you should get rid of is a very important, yet difficult, step to decluttering before a move, and in our last blog, our moving company in Kissimmee came up with several questions to ask yourself to help you make that choice. Keep reading to learn more:
#7. Will I ever fix/finish it?
Have you ever started a project that you didn’t have the time or the motivation to finish? If so, you are not alone, many people are guilty of this. Be honest with yourself when answering this question, and if they answer is no, don’t be afraid to get rid of it!
#8. Does it hold value for me right now?
Just because a particular item meant something to you at one point in your life, it doesn’t mean that it necessarily holds the same value today. If the item isn’t valuable to you right now, it probably won’t be in the future either.
#9. Would I ever buy it again?
You buy new things because you plan on getting some use out of them. If you would not buy a particular item again, it means your tastes have changed or you no longer have a good use for it.
#10. Can I imagine life without it?
If you’ve been living, breathing, eating and thriving with that item in your storage unit all this time, then there’s good chance that you can live without it! Try to imagine your life without the item in question, and if you find that you don’t need it, get rid of it!