How Decluttering & Organizing Your Home Will Help You Save Money



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We’ve all heard about how important it is to live simply, and declutter.

But what if by decluttering and organizing your home, you could also save money?

Believe it or not, you really can!

There are a lot of benefits to minimizing, but it can also save you money and teach you how to be frugal. The process forces you to examine what you own and why you have it, but having less junk makes the things you really need easier to find. —  Lifehacker

 

Decluttering + Organizing Your Home = Money Savings

Here are some of the ways that decluttering and organizing your home will save you money in the long run:

 

Here’s how to declutter and destress your financial life!

 

Decluttering is an important part of saving money. Why? Because the fewer things you have, the greater value each item accumulates. It is the law of supply and demand in action. When there is ample supply of much around you, there is little value in those things. If you had only two shirts in your closet, would you be so nonplussed if you spilled ketchup on one? The point is that making the things you own more valuable psychologically helps you place a greater value on the things you are about to buy.  — BillEater

 

 

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Lynnette

Always on the lookout for a good bargain, I consider myself a frugal person -- but not cheap. And not afraid to spend money on the things that matter. I like to share good deals with others when I find them. One of my favorite ways to save money is to reuse items in ways other than their intended purpose -- so I write a lot about outside-the-box ideas that most people wouldn't think of! When I'm not saving money or looking for good deals, you'll find me at the corner of Good News & Fun Times as publisher of The Fun Times Guide (32 fun & helpful websites).

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