According to freedictionary.com the definition of regift is:
to give (a gift one has received previously) to someone else
You are either pro or con on regifting. I think regifting is a great way to declutter and move items on to others to use. I say if you don’t love it or use it, consider regifting it.
Of course, there are some regifting rules to follow.
If you haven’t yet finished your gift buying this year, consider regifting for some of the remaining gift items.
Believe it or not, but it’s time to begin your holiday checklist if you haven’t already.
November 1 is a great time to start your holiday to-do list. With eight weeks until Christmas, using each week to tackle items on the list can help you feel more prepared and less stressed for the holidays.
If you are interested in obtaining a copy of my Eight Week Holiday Checklist or a free 30-minute introductory coaching session, contact me.
I would be honored to help you get through the holiday with less stress.
As I continue my journey in my basement, I continue to work on the basement a space at a time. And along the way I have learned more lessons and have had some “lightbulb moments”.
Here are a few lessons learned:
- By just decluttering versus cleaning or organizing more stuff is moving out of the house. Too much stuff, even if it is organized, is clutter.
- Do not delay decisions. Delayed decisions result in clutter.
- If it takes five minutes or less just handle it now. Whether emails, incoming mail or handling something on your to do list…don’t wait. Do it now.
- Don’t let things pile up…put it back where it belongs now. Later may never come. And piles quickly become clutter.
What lessons could you learn from decluttering?