Rice cookers, panini presses, and yogurt makers are healthy. Avoid single-use equipment unless you make these foods weekly. You probably have a comparable pan.
Unitasker gadgets, which perform one function, are as awful as single-use appliances but take up less room.
My living room shows that I love library book sales. Reading is important, but books may clutter a house.
I'm all for giving kids stuff they'll use, but don't expose them to Legos unless they ask. Otherwise, you're setting yourself up for years of attempting to gather a myriad of little bits.
Holiday decorating is fun, but you have to store it afterward. Eliminating seasonal decor purchases reduces clutter.
To declutter, remove any wrapping paper. Use a multipurpose paper. Money Talks News managing editor Karla Bowsher buys only silver paper. Birthdays, wedding showers, and Christmas are ideal.
Signs, artwork, and portraits on walls make spaces feel claustrophobic. Be selective and reconsider buying another "Live Laugh Love" sign.
Not just formalwear can fill your closet. We often buy the latest styles but discard them when they go out of style or don't suit us.
Subscription boxes hooked me immediately. Monthly delivery of curated items? Join me. Since then, I've tried Ipsy cosmetics and Norlii Scandinavian specialty goods.
Bathrooms quickly fill with beauty goods. Look for multi-use items instead of buying lotions, creams, and serums for each body section.