There are some things you shouldn’t have in your home in order to make it a safe place, where you can relax and be at peace. These items could also pose a health hazard sometimes so it is in your own best interest to take them out.
Some of these items include:
This doesn’t mean that no picture should be found in your home at all. Pictures of people who hurt you, those you don’t know or those who died tragically shouldn’t be seen in your home. Avoid having pictures of people that sadden you, as they deny you the opportunity to overcome the bad experiences of the past and move on.
- Old, worn-out shoes
Shoes that are no longer in use or are worn out should not be in your home. There is no need to have them taking up space that can be used for keeping better things. Dumping old shoes will also spare you the smell of old, worn shoes.
- Broken objects
You don’t need to store broken objects in your home. If you can’t repair them or put them back together, throw them away so they don’t pose a danger to you.
- Old irrelevant periodicals
Old and irrelevant magazines or newspapers don’t need to be kept in your home. Discard them to prevent pests and insects from hiding in or around them.
- Clothes you don’t wear
Even if you love these clothes, you have to get rid of them to create space for new ones. You don’t necessarily need to throw them away, as you can give them out to a charity home instead.