The Best Time to De-junk

Some of the most effective junking is spontaneous, so go with your mood for the day. Don't worry about scheduling it: just do get to it twice a week-and that won't be hard once you begin to feel the joy of being de-junked.
Happy: Toss all that outdated sentimental stuff.
Sad: Do something simple and physical like moving or hauling things.
Spiritual: Throw out all the plain brown wrapper stuff.
Angry: Any de-junking that involves flattening, smashing, or breaking up.
Revengeful: Dispose of gifts you always hated.
Urge to Kill: Get the scissors and shear through all the old papers.
Depressed: Throw out anything ugly or out of style or do some cleaning.
Broke: Look for things that can be sold.
Energetic: Do a lot of sorting and tossing
Playful: Get rid of old games and puzzles with missing pieces.
Adventurous: Tackle the attic or basement.
Nostalgic: You might be safe just sorting old coupons today.
Rebellious: Toss outdated school or government clutter.
Fed Up: The field is yours.
If the mood plan doesn't work for you, check in tomorrow for a more scheduled plan.