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5 Useful Tricks For Decluttering Books

There's no one way to do it—but a few guidelines can help!

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In a few months, we're leaving our family home for a smaller yet cozier place in the South. Since our new space has limited room, we've had to do a lot of downsizing and one of our biggest challenges was paring down the books we owned because we all love to read.

While it was a lot easier for me than the rest of them—I don't have a lot to begin with because I decluttered them a little over a year ago using the KonMari method!—I found that it was still a tough process. After half a day (and hours of emotional struggle), I can safely say that I'm happy with the results as I'm left with only my favorites and titles I know I'll keep going back to. 

If you're also interested in letting your library breathe, here are some things I did that I think can help you, too. Check them out below: 

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