Arians like to hold onto things, and that includes the not-so-healthy stuff (e.g., grudges). But Pavlova reminds us all those negative emotions become burdensome after a while
Taurus, you're always on top of trends, whether they be interior design fads, makeup crazes, or clothing styles. But this lifestyle results in a lot of excess — excess that is then shoved into areas of our home we don't often occupy.
Gemini, you shine — that's why everyone loves you, and this can translate into your wardrobe, according to Pavlova. “We know how much you love to collect things that sparkle,
The term homebody was practically coined for Cancers, but Pavlova warns that it's easy to become a “hoarder-body" if you're not careful. She suggests doing a haul of all belongings that don't serve a distinct purpose.
Plastic bottles, paper bags—they're things of the past. This year, Leos, exert your leadership skills and influence others to live sustainably.
Virgo, pull out your meticulously kept planner (we know you have one) and pick a day to empty your closets and drawers. Then, rearrange them in a way that makes them the most functional for you.
It's quality over quantity when it comes to Libras. The number of possessions you own and their perceived monetary value means little to you because, instead, you cherish experiences, feelings, and overall contributions to lives.
At first, this might seem abstract, but those things that are “drying [Scorpios] up, wearing [them] out or making [them] feel anything other than completely aligned and alive" are likely material items,
Sag, you might be thinking, I know I love to travel, but I don't have that much luggage. Pavlova isn't recommending you get rid of any of your bags but instead create what she calls expertly curated “grab and go packs
Capricorns are go-getters, and if you're going to meet (and exceed!) your goals then you don't have the time and space for anything overly clunky, needlessly complicated or straight-up useless.
Humanitarians at heart, Aquarians aim to help people, and luckily, a natural next step in the decluttering process is repurposing, recycling, or donating. After gathering up your own unneeded belongings,
When you spend so much time up in the clouds, you sometimes fail to notice what's happening on the ground, like a pileup of unused belongings in your living room.