1. Get rid of your old gym clothes
Still wearing that white t-shirt with the armpit stains? Still hanging onto that ratty pair of leggings with a hole in the leg? Did you buy a ton of new clothes at the beginning of the year that have been sitting in the back of your closet for four months? It's time to say goodbye to the old and the clutter-causers. If your clothes are in decent to good condition, consider donating them to Goodwill!
2. Simplify and streamline your fitness memberships
Did you join a bevy of gyms and fitness studios at the beginning of the year? It's time to pare down. Which classes were your favorite? Which did you attend most frequently? Pick one or two that best suit your schedule, commit to them and drop the rest. Your bank account will thank you.
3. Start clean (eating)
Set yourself up for success by refreshing your pantry. Restock your fridge and cabinets with healthy whole foods: fresh fruits and vegetables, lean protein, unrefined grains, dried or canned beans, etc. You can donate unopened items to your local food bank.
4. Mission: inbox zero
Treat your inbox like your closet and de-clutter! Unsubscribe from email lists you never read, delete junk mail, and take time to open and sort the real messages. Need a little help? Try downloading Unroll.me - an app that will show you your subscriptions and make it easy to unsubscribe.
5. Clean out your sneaker collection
Chances are, your favorite gym shoes are in rotation well beyond their life expectancy. Sneakers are built to last approximately 3-6 months, depending on frequency and intensity of use. Simplify your shoe collection and get rid of the ones that have seen better days. You don't need a pair of sneakers for every outfit!
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