Asking yourself these 9 questions will make it much easier to let go. 

By Katie Holdefehr
July 30, 2018

Whether you're having trouble letting go of your growing children's baby belongings (those baby booties are just too precious) or are struggling to declutter following the death of a loved one, purging belongings that have sentimental value is notoriously difficult. To help make the process a little easier, Lisa Zaslow, a professional organizer and organizational partner to MakeSpace, shares her tips for tackling emotionally-charged clutter. Left to our own devices, we might decide to keep every last ticket stub and card, but by following Zaslow's steps and asking nine hard questions, it's suddenly easier to decide what to keep and what to let go of. When the decluttering process is over, not only will your home find a little more breathing room, but you'll be able to breath easier in your space. 

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