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'It saves time, it saves money, it saves stress': 3 decluttering tips from professional organizers

This spring, you're likely to read about how to "deep clean" your finances or "tidy up" your portfolio.

But doing actual spring cleaning is a good financial move in and of itself.

After all, how many times have you lost a bill in pile of papers that built up on your desk? Or had to replace something you lost only to stumble across it later? Or missed a bus and had to call an Uber because you couldn't find your keys?

"When people declutter and create some order in the home, it saves time, it saves money, it saves stress," says Lori Reese, a professional organizer and owner of Consider It Done in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Here are three tips from organizing pros to help you tackle your spring decluttering project. If you don't do it for the sake of tidiness, do it for your wallet.

You may want to declutter the whole house — but facing down a huge task can lead to analysis paralysis, organizing pros say.

"It's actually easier to take small bites over a long period of time, instead of delay, delay, delay, and trying to do it all in one weekend," says Mindy Godding, a certified professional organizer and owner of Abundance Organizing in Richmond, Virginia.

Godding recommends starting with small, low-stakes places, "for example, the medicine cabinet, underneath the bathroom sink, the linen closet, the entryway closet, the junk drawer, the pantry — places where it's going to be a lot easier to make those decisions."

Once you get rolling, prioritize tackling the places where clutter interferes most with your routine.

"Which area of the house is making you most crazy right now?" Gayle Goddard, a CPO and owner of The Clutter Fairy in Houston, Texas, says she asks clients. "Which irritates you most? What gets in the way of your daily life?