Rosh Hashanah 2021 will begin in the evening of September 6 and end in the evening of September 8. It represents the new year, a time of fresh starts and new beginnings. Rosh Hashanah is the perfect time to donate and purge your home of unwanted items. It will help your space feel less cluttered and makes you feel accomplished.
Rosh Hashanah is A Jewish Holiday celebrating the Jewish New Year. It is known as one of Judaism’s holiest days. Rosh Hashanah celebrates the creation of the world and represents the beginning of the Days of Awe. Jewish people use this time to repent for the sins over the past year and ask for help to not repeat those mistakes in the upcoming year.Unlike other holidays in the Jewish calendar, Rosh Hashanah represents a time to start fresh. It is the perfect time to rid yourself of the old clutter in your life and to start fresh.
There are several ways to do this.
Clean Out Your Closet
Get rid of clothes and shoes that you no longer use. This can be an item that no longer fits you, that no longer fits your style, or that you do not wear because they have run their course. It will feel good to let go of such items and donate them for someone else’s use.
Clean Out Your Home
Go through rooms you normally allow to collect clutter. Reassess what is in your garage, living room, or storage area and get rid of anything that you no longer have a need for. Get rid of clutter. This can include kitchen items, trinkets, or anything that is crowding spaces in your home.
Clean Out Your Children’s Rooms
Something that is often forgotten is children’s rooms.They can have old toys, too-small clothes or shoes, or clutter from all the activities they keep up with during the year.
Feel ready to face the new year in your clutter free home. Once you have cleaned out your home to satisfaction, contact us online or call +1 (888) 626-6580. Have your donation (furniture, bags/boxes or your donated items) ready on the designated day. Our driver will leave a tax deduction receipt for you, whether you are at home or not. You simply fill it out and apply the appropriate amounts to your next tax return.