Many of us will be very surprised to see just what our homes are capable of looking like after we have cleared out the clutter and given them a basic make over. You do not have to spend excessive amounts of money to make your home look amazing. All you need to do is to dedicate some time and effort to cleaning it up and clearing out all of the clutter that has accumulated over the years. Most of the clutter that we accumulate starts off as something that we need or we think we need but eventually, many years later; it still remains even though we never end up using it. It is quite similar with our clothing as well. We have so many pieces of clothing but we only likely wear five pieces and when we need to go out somewhere for a special occasion, we will end up buying something new thus accumulating clothes. A quick cleanup of your closet is likely to leave you shocked at the amount of clothing you earn.
Earn some pocket money while you clean
Most of the things in your home are likely things that you love and do not want to throw away in the bin. In fact, you will find that most of the clothes that you have are almost unworn or in perfect condition and therefore throwing them all away is likely to make you quite sad. A better option would be to host a garage sale where you will be able to collect some extra pocket money to help you with your home make over and some extra money to buy some storage rental in Singapore to put away the things that you decided to keep.
If you have big things that you need to keep but you do not feel that you will use very soon, you can even opt for storage rental where you can hire a packing unit for a few months instead of keeping the thing in your bed room or in your kitchen to take up space.
One great way for you to decide what to throw away and what to keep is to separate everything you own based on the last time you used it. You can put the things that you have used in the last one year in one pile and the things that you have not used in the last one year in another pile. It would make your job of deciding what to throw away and what to keep a lot easier.