dejunk

dejunk
n.
To simplify; to tidy up a room, closet, office or other area by removing unneeded or unwanted items.
Example Citation:
"There are two spheres of being organized: First is to arrange the physical elements in a simple and logical manner. Second is to maintain it. To be totally organized is to do both: organize and maintain.
First of all, 'dejunk' the bedroom. Get rid of extra furniture. Move out some of the sentimental accumulation. Either give it to a charity or pack it into labeled boxes and put it in long-term storage areas. Move out clothing that you don't wear anymore."
— Bonnie McCullough, "Home Rule: How to 'Dejunk' Your Bedroom," Los Angeles Times
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