Step 1 - Start Decluttering
Create a decluttering checklist. It’s a lot easier to declutter when you have a plan and know where to start.
View your home as a potential buyer. It’s easy to forget what your home looks like to a new visitor. Enter your home as if you’re visiting the home of a friend. Write down your first impression on how clean and organized the home is and make changes.
Take before and after photos of a small area. Choose one part of your home, like your kitchen counter, and take a photo of a small area. Quickly clear off the items in the photo and take an after photo. Once you see how your home could look, it becomes easier to start decluttering more of your home.
Use the Four-Box Method. Get four boxes and label them: trash, give away, keep, or re-locate. Enter any room in your home and place each item into one of the following boxes. Don’t skip a single item, no matter how insignificant you may think it is. This may take days, weeks, or months, but it will help you see how many items you really own and you’ll know exactly what to do with each item.
Check out the full article: How to declutter your home: 10 creative decluttering tips By: Joshua Becker at becomingminimalist.com