Most homes around the world, particularly those which have small children living in them, are on the best of days difficult to keep clean. For some reason people have a nasty habit of collecting "stuff" that simply sits around the home doing nothing more than collecting a bunch of dust. Unless you want to have your home looking like a reject from a secondhand store convention, you will need to keep on top of your clutter.
Keeping on top of any clutter in a home is actually a relatively easy thing to do, as long as you keep in mind a few simple principles. The first principle is that you need to have a willingness and a desire to keep up with the task. The second principle is that you need to be ready and able to get rid of things that you no longer need. Specifically, here are a few ideas that you can use to help you get rid of some of the more common causes for clutter in your home.
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I won't use the word "purge". It means---well, to put it bluntly, a laxative. Is that what your excess belongings are? :-)
The 3rd principal is that you must have a place to store the items you keep, so you can put everything away, leaving only the NOPFATs, "No Office Place For All These". Those can be sorted for clutter more easily once everything else is stored.
Periodically, of course, you must also review your storage locations & purge old magazines, etc.
Thanks for the inspiration!