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 1. Elderly Newspapers
That elderly pile you’ve been hanging on to for keepsake has lost all significance, and would be much more useful as an added source of flames in the fire. Need to read an elderly article? Look it up online – - it’s probably there.
2. Fridge Pin-ups
Last week’s grocery list, a printed recipe you tried last month, and an fascinating article you found last year can all be taken down now. In the event you haven’t given it second thought in over 6 months, it’s time to neat up that fridge décor.
3. Ancient Electronics
Remote controls, flip-phone chargers, cords, monitors, and more. You’ve since upgraded and might think you’re being organized by leaving them in a box in the basement. You’re  inviting additional, undesirable clutter. Electronics don’t need to be dumped in the trash…they can be recycled! Take twenty minutes of research to find an organization that works for you. Here’s to get you started.
4. Outdated office supplies
Since moving over to laptop computer work, you’ve significantly cut down on traditional office supplies. That hasn’t changed the fact that pens, markers, highlighters and elderly (used) notebooks are still sprawled all over your house, dusting away. In fact, you could probably find at least 25 dried up pens lying around the house right now in the event you tried.
5. Elderly Mugs

Past jobs, gifts, and flash sales have left you with an over abundance of coffee and tea mugs that are now being crammed in to every drawer, shelf, and crevice of your kitchen. Which of them are our go-to’s? Keep those. Toss the rest.
6. Bedding and beyond
If your linens are still comprised of elderly duvets from sleepover camp, college dorms, twin bedding that no longer has a twin bed, or some version of all of these…you know the drill.
7. Tupperware Plastic
Tupperware tends to build up in the kitchen like it’s nobody’s business. Rule of thumb: invest in a fresh supply every couple of years. As for the elderly ones? No need to be hanging out in a drawer for fun. Picture:
8. Expired Food
Need they expand? Get rid of it

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