Bio-One did an outstanding job in helping us declutter and clean after 40 years of accumulating “stuff.”
Ruth and her team were excellent and very professional as well as empathetic in helping us. Highly recommended.
— Bobby Clark
I cannot express my appreciation for Kris and her crew. Amazing people!!! So thorough and professional.
The mess they had was unthinkable and they tackled it with such eloquence!!!! Would recommend over and over again!!!!
- Celina Maestas
Marie Kondo’s method of decluttering involves asking yourself if different items “spark joy.”
In her bestselling book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, Kondo offers a unique process.
If you’re keeping it, put it in the keep box.
If you don’t need it but it’s still in good shape, put it in the donation box.
If you don’t need it and it isn’t in good condition to donate, put it in the trash box.
If you need it in a certain season, but not this current season (think baby gear if you’re planning on having another child, seasonal decor, winter clothing, etc.), put it in the store box.
Getting rid of things can be a painful process, but understanding your reasons for decluttering increases your motivation.