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Q: How To Keep Your Beijing Apartment Clutter Free!

Are you accumulating furniture and belongings that you don’t have room for?  Do you have clothes, shoes or children’s toys that take up too much space and yet you are loath to throw them away? 

5 years 39 weeks ago in  General  - China

 
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welcome to parent hood  , It only gets worse as they get older and start their own collections

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Every few months I strategically do a major spring clean. I go through all my drawers and storage space and dump all the useless stuff. You'll be surprised how many useless things you accumulate in a few short months. At the beginning, I found it difficult to throw away things but now I get a total kick out of it. It feels so liberating to rid yourself of junk you never use anyway. Having a non-cluttered flat is important to maintain a healthy level of zen. Just try it! Start by dumping 5 old items of clothing that are damaged or that you're never going to wear again and build up from there.

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When you buy stuff you got to get rid of stuff. Keep the sum of stuff at the same level, only allowing it to increase if you have a positive change in accommodation. 

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