How to get rid of clutter in your home.

Dated: January 4 2022

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Start by printing or writing "Toss," "Give" and "Do" on separate pieces of paper. Tape each sign to a large bin.

Toss

Toss items that are broken, stained, ripped, outdated or have missing parts. Some examples include:

1. Expired food
2. Restaurant receipts that aren't tax deductible
3. Broken electronics, appliances and games
4. Old makeup and broken jewelry
5. Broken kids' toys
6. Old craft supplies
7. Worn clothing and linens

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Clay Coker

Clay has 21 years of real estate experience. This experience gives you a superior edge in buying, selling, or investing in real estate. His additional background in business, marketing and commercial ....

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How to get rid of clutter in your home.

Start by printing or writing "Toss," "Give" and "Do" on separate pieces of paper. Tape each sign to a large bin.TossToss items that are broken, stained, ripped, outdated or have missing parts. Some

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