Chalk it up to spring fever, but it seems like just about everyone we know has been on a decluttering kick lately.
"I was looking at my drawers full of wool sweaters this weekend and it just made me sad, so I decided to do something about it," says mbg's senior fitness and yoga editor, Leigh Weingus, who then forwent Saturday night plans to sift through her entire apartment, donating or storing anything that didn't fit the vibe of the new season.
We all know that a good declutter can have restorative benefits. Getting those shelves in order can feel a whole lot like getting the rest of your life in order, too. But the process can be a pain sometimes. That's why mbg works with some of the foremost experts in organization and home design to share advice on how to declutter in a way that's painless, rewarding, and ultimately fun.
Here are some of the top tips they've shared over the last year. Give them a try this weekend and prepare to part with those sad wool sweaters and wintry reminders (responsibly, of course) and welcome spring with wide open arms.