10 items you should declutter from your home right now

Expired Medications: Go through your medicine cabinet and safely dispose of any medications that are past their expiration date. Keeping them can be risky as they lose effectiveness and could be harmful.

Old Magazines and Newspapers: These can quickly accumulate and take up valuable space. Recycle any that you've already read or that are outdated.

Clothes You No Longer Wear: If you haven't worn it in over a year, it's likely time to let it go. Donate or sell clothes that no longer fit or match your style.

Mismatched Socks and Worn-Out Underwear: It's easy to hold onto these out of habit, but they clutter your drawers and are simple to replace.

Broken Electronics and Cables: If you have old phones, chargers, or cables that no longer work or aren't needed, recycle them properly. They're just taking up space.

Expired Food in the Pantry and Fridge: Check the expiration dates on canned goods, condiments, and other non-perishables.

Unused Kitchen Gadgets: Kitchen tools and gadgets you've never used or only used once can be donated to someone who will use them, freeing up cabinet space.

Old Makeup and Skincare Products: These products can harbor bacteria over time. Discard anything that's beyond its expiration date or has changed in texture or smell.

Old Makeup and Skincare Products: These products can harbor bacteria over time. Discard anything that's beyond its expiration date or has changed in texture or smell.

Gifts You Never Liked: Holding onto gifts you never liked or used out of guilt doesn't benefit anyone. Donate them so they can find a home where they'll be appreciated.