March of Trash asks you to take action on clutter every day for a month.
There is a side of decluttering that is so problematic that I hardly ever mention it — but now is the time.
When you share a space with multiple other people — which usually means your family — ambiguous situations can arise around some of the stuff in the space. Whose stuff is it? You can’t always tell by looking at something who owns it or whose responsibility it is. When this happens, the easiest course of action is to leave the stuff generally where it is. Over time, this stuff can build up.