Reduce rather than reorganise.
Only purchase to replace.
Go home and evaluate what you have got and where you will place it, consider how you will use it and check nothing else could do the job.
Keep clear bench tops and tables, this will help you remain in check about putting everything away and bring about a really enjoyable spacious feeling.
Do a little each day. Clean up one draw, one counter whenever you have 5 minutes spare. Don’t consider where to start, just start with what is closest.
Distance reduces the emotion. If you haven’t used it in 6 months and still cannot bear to part with it, pack it away for a few months and then revisit it.
Forget sales/bargains. Only buy what is on the shopping list. A $1 spent on a $2 item is still a $1 spent and those add up – and double in value when placed on debt.
Crowd out excess shopping with a new intentional hobby.
Consider with intention your TV time, particularly if you have multiple TVs in your home. Redirecting this time also reduces your exposure to commercials which impact our buying significantly.
Instead of trying to stop doing what you don’t want to – crowd it out with more of what you do want to – focus there and arrive.