Downsizing Part 5: “Downsizing” is a lovely word!

Recently, Edits Inc was invited on Channel NewsAsia to discuss how to make a smooth transition from a large home to a smaller one. The toughest part is probably letting our possessions go. In this series of post, we share with our readers how they can enjoy and make the best out of the change.

Even if you’re not looking to downsize, the principles might help you look at things differently!

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Just bought a home? Start decluttering.

Recently, Edits Inc was invited on Channel NewsAsia to discuss how to make a smooth transition from a large home to a smaller one. The toughest part is probably letting our possessions go. In this series of post, we share with our readers how they can enjoy and make the best out of the change.

Even if you’re not looking to downsize, the principles might help you look at things differently!

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Looking for a home? Go smaller

Recently, Edits Inc was invited on Channel NewsAsia to discuss how to make a smooth transition from a large home to a smaller one. The toughest part is probably giving up our possessions. In this series of post, we share with our readers how they can enjoy and make the best out of the change.

Even if you’re not looking to downsize, the principles might help you look at things differently!

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Downsizing your home – would it make sense?

Recently, Edits Inc was invited on Channel NewsAsia to discuss how to make a smooth transition from a large home to a smaller one. The toughest part is probably giving up our possessions. In this series of post, we share with our readers how they can enjoy and make the best out of the change.

Even if you’re not looking to downsize, the principles might help you look at things differently!

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You have more clutter than you think – here’s why

Waiting for the paperwork to go through for your new home? Wait no more – get started on the decluttering before the final papers are signed.

Why? Because we all have more clutter than we give ourselves credit for. It’s just the nature of human beings. And if you’re not loaded with cash (or perhaps not keen to throw money at the movers), this is the perfect way to save you some dollars!

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3 ways to keep your memorabilia and keepsakes in check

When a person relocates, keepsakes and memorabilia are often the hardest to part with. Edits Inc’s principal consultant, San, shares how you can declutter these items efficiently and effectively, without shedding a single tear. In fact, after following these rules, you will feel happier at the significant memories you’ve kept and will be excited to share them with your friends and families!

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5 tips for tackling clutter in “cold storage”

Most of us have items kept in “cold storage” – things we’ve not touched in years and will probably not do so for another 5. Sometimes, the urge to purge strikes and you’ll be in the mood to embark on an ambitious clutter-clearing project.

Here Edits Inc lists the important things to prepare before starting on a project. It pays to be prepared – you’ll get things done faster!

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