10 items you should declutter from your home right now

Expired Medicines: Check your medicine cabinet for any drugs or supplements that are past their expiration date and dispose of them safely.

Old Magazines and Newspapers: These can quickly accumulate and create unnecessary clutter. Recycle any that you don't need to keep.

Unused or Broken Electronics: Old phones, chargers, and broken gadgets that you no longer use should be recycled or disposed of properly.

Clothes You No Longer Wear: If you haven't worn certain items in over a year, it might be time to donate them or pass them on to someone who will use them.

Mismatched Socks and Worn-Out Underwear: Clear out your drawers by getting rid of any socks without a pair and underwear that's seen better days.

Excess Kitchen Gadgets and Utensils: Kitchen drawers often become a dumping ground for gadgets and utensils we rarely use.

Old Makeup and Skincare Products: Beauty products have a shelf life and can harbor bacteria over time. Toss anything that's expired or that you haven't used in months.

Expired Food in Pantry or Fridge: Go through your pantry and fridge to dispose of any food items that are past their expiry date or that you know you won't eat.

Clutter in Your Entryway: Remove any items in your entryway that don't belong there, like old mail, shoes that are no longer in use, or out-of-season clothing.

Unused Gifts or Souvenirs: We often hold onto gifts and souvenirs out of guilt, even if we don't use or like them. If they're not adding value to your life, consider giving them away.

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