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In a few short weeks, your home will become the hub of summer break activities, with outdoor gear strewn about, beach towels tossed aside, and more items accumulating than you know what to do with! As the summer season approaches, it's crucial to clear your home in preparation for the upcoming chaos. 

We’re sharing the top three rules for decluttering to help you keep your sanity as the kids get ready to come home for summer break. If you follow even one of these rules, you’ll find your home a much more organized and enjoyable space to relax with family and friends.

Rule 1 – When in doubt, TOSS IT OUT!  

No matter how sentimental you feel about that old swimsuit that no longer fits or the worn-out beach umbrella, it’s time to let them go. Be firm and decisive as you sort through clothes and belongings to determine what stays and what needs to be discarded. 

Rule 2 – Use it or lose it! 

Building on Rule #1, if something hasn’t been used in the past year, it’s time to bid it farewell. Whether it's clothing, sports equipment, or hobby supplies, if it's been collecting dust, it's taking up valuable space. Donate unused items to make room for summer essentials.

Rule 3 – A place for everything and everything in its place. 

Now that you've streamlined your belongings, it's essential to establish designated spots for each item. Make it a habit to return items to their designated homes after use. Whether it's putting away beach toys or hanging up wet towels, maintaining organization will prevent clutter from piling up.

These three rules are just the beginning. For a comprehensive guide to decluttering, check out the Clutter Control ebook here. Happy decluttering and enjoy a clutter-free summer break!

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