March of Trash asks you to take action on clutter every day for a month.
Some things are legitimately useless. They are worn out, used up, unwanted, broken, or obsolete. If you are looking for clutter, certainly, start there. If you find the 11-year-old conference sweatshirt, shrunken with frayed collar and torn cuffs, and you have a better sweatshirt that you would rather wear, then toss out the sweatshirt, write “sweatshirt” somewhere on the March of Trash scorecard, and you’re done for the day.
Most clutter, though, is not so obvious, and finding it involves getting out of your usual way of looking at things. This year’s March of Trash features six ways to change your perspective on material things so that you can find more clutter. Look for a detailed post on each in the coming weeks.