A good rule of thumb for uncluttering your home is to get rid of anything that you haven't used within the past year. If is is still useful, consider donating it to a good cause. Otherwise toss it.
# 7 Storing your Seasonal Apparel.
When storing seasonal clothing, purchase a sturdy plastic storage bin with a lid and roll your clothes instead of folding them in an effort to maximize storage capability. When full, snap the lid on and slide the unit into your closet.
# 8 Closet Organization.
Did you know that your choice of clothes hangers can greatly impact the storage capacity of your closet? Wire hangers take up less space and can save your shirts from getting that annoying shoulder bump that often arises from the use of plastic hangers.
# 9 Shoes, Shoes, Shoes.
When it comes to storing shoes, many homeowners are fighting a losing battle with clutter. How many pairs of shoes do you own? How neatly are they stored? If your shoe storage has you down, try purchasing clear lidded shoe boxes. These handy creations can house each pair of shoes and can be stacked neatly in your closet. You will be able to see your shoe collection without having to sift through a sea of shoes.
# 10 Read The Labels.
If you have medicine, food or anything else with an expiration date in the home, check to make sure that the items are still good. If the expiration date has already come and gone, throw them away.
Your home should be your sanctuary not an environment that causes stress.