WEEK 1: 10 Week Declutter Challenge
This easy to complete 10 Week Declutter Challenge is an encouraging start to getting clutter and excess out of your home. This declutter challenge helps you get started with the process by focusing on one space at a time to get rid excess items. Once you get started you may not want to stop!
Let’s get started!
Welcome to the week one challenge!
We will start by decluttering the bathroom! I think this is a good place to start because there shouldn’t be anything sentimental, any items to try on, or items to really think too hard about. Try to get rid of 20 items minimum. Don’t get overwhelmed with organizing or cleaning if you don’t want to but if you do, great! Sell, donate, or recycle what you can and chuck the rest!
10 Ideas to Help You Declutter Your Bathroom:
1. Old Prescriptions – Old prescriptions and expired prescriptions should be disposed of. Taking partial or old medicines can be hazardous.
2. Expired OTC Medications – Like old prescriptions, over the counter medicines should be disposed of. Weak or old medicine should be replaced.
3. Make-Up – Make-up you do not use anymore or old/gross make-up should be thrown away. If you are unsure about what to keep or trash, check out this helpful guide.
4. Fingernail Polish – Old or excess fingernail polish should be disposed of.
5. Styling Tools – Broken or unwanted hair styling tools should be disposed of. Minimize clips, bobby pins, and hair ties.
6. Towels – Towels with holes in them, extras, or mismatched sets should be downsized or eliminated completely.
7. Shower Supplies – Minimize products that are kept in the shower or bathtub.
8. Multiples – Fingernail clippers, tweezers, brushes, and fingernail files should be minimized. If you have more than one of something consider donating it or recycling it. Just keep what you use!
9. Old Products – Hair care products, lotions, and other products that you no longer use should be minimized. Again, just keep what you use!
10. Decor – Minimize countertop decor, wall hangings, and decorative towels.
How did you do? Comment below!