5 practices for Reducing Clutter this festive season
If we ensure there is no clutter around us in daily life at home and at workplace, that can become a way of living.
With this post, we seek the 5 practices that you follow regularly for reducing clutter in daily life.
Once everyone shares there best practices, we will share the compilation with all and publish it for broader dissemination and as many of us can then adopt these best practices.
We look forward to your inputs! more
Specially in Mumbai where houses are small,you can not afford to keep items which are not required/to be used.In such circumstances it is better to dispose it off such items suitably. more
Not pertains to MCGM
On 2019-10-05 13:39, LocalCircles Manager wrote:
We can not avoid clutter. It is a part of our live. Only avoid plastics. more
If you do not use any item for 3 years or so, sell it to reduce clutter. Donate used items(Not in bad shape / function) regularly. This way you create space to keep new items. Buy items you need, not to copy someone. more
1. Do not buy stuff online - to much of packing 2. Carry bags for purchases - reduce covers 3. Give away used clothes and other materials regularly 4. Buy things that are necessary (no competition with others. Eg: We know that a Induction stove is good to have. But, we already have Gas and microwave, why one more addition? more