This week’s idea:  Ten @ the end.
By choosing to spend ten minutes at the end of your day doing a mini decluttering you can start the next morning in  a calm organized space.
A quick putting away of items that have been left out, or set down and forgotten, dishes that didn’t make it to the dishwasher or toys that were abandoned, keeps small messes from becoming big clutter.
On a daily basis putting things in their homes, tossing things in the trash, recycling and letting go of items you don’t need, use or love reinforces the habits and systems of a simple, less cluttered life. 
A ten minute evening ritual, involving everyone in the family (its their stuff too) gets everyone in the habit of remembering to ‘Don’t just put it down, put it away’.
By learning and practicing the Two Minute Rule: If you can do something in two minutes or less, do it now; decluttering may not even take ten minutes each evening!
For those of you who work at a desk, it’s a great idea to plan in a five minute desk decluttering at the end of your day also.
Organize the papers, files, notes and projects. Put away the supplies and clear space so that you can start the next day with a clear head in a fresh space.
Spend a few minutes every day and you’ll keep the items of daily living from turning into the nightmare of clutter.
If you want things to change, you have to make different choices.