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Things in Your Home to Get Rid of (Yes, It's Time)

Good Housekeeping Logo By Brie Dyas, Adam Schubak of Good Housekeeping | Slide 1 of 66: Even though you might be a well-organized person, it's so easy for clutter to take control of your home (time to review our decluttering tips?). Holding on to huge piles of old magazines, defective electronics, and unwanted clothing not only leads to stress — it can also take up the space you really need for the things that matter most to you. If you're finally ready to start organizing your space, we have you covered. Setting aside just a few hours to unload the items you no longer need can bring you the sense of calm and relief you've likely been craving. From useless kitchen utensils to impractical office products, consider this list of the top household items that are worth parting ways with. We promise that you'll feel good about getting rid of all that junk once and for all.

Even though you might be a well-organized person, it's so easy for clutter to take control of your home (time to review our decluttering tips?). Holding on to huge piles of old magazines, defective electronics, and unwanted clothing not only leads to stress — it can also take up the space you really need for the things that matter most to you.

If you're finally ready to start organizing your space, we have you covered. Setting aside just a few hours to unload the items you no longer need can bring you the sense of calm and relief you've likely been craving. From useless kitchen utensils to impractical office products, consider this list of the top household items that are worth parting ways with. We promise that you'll feel good about getting rid of all that junk once and for all.

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