The 6-Month Rule - Deepstash

The 6-Month Rule

Anything you don't need for 6 months is something you should get rid off (or sell to earn something out of it).

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Gabe Bult's rules help free ourselves from home clutter, which in turn can help us become better, more efficient people.

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