1) Take a pad of paper and a pen and make a list of which corners of the kitchen need to be reorganised: larder, doors, drawers;
2) Work by degrees, starting with the area which is most in need;
3) Examine each object: if it evokes negative memories or sensations and you have not used it for two years, throw it away.
If it is an old present, even if worthless, and it still gives pleasure, evoking fond memories, keep it.
On the other hand, if a gift brings back unpleasant memories, do not hesitate to bin it. Decide immediately whether to throw it away or not.
Do not put the decision off!
If you have accumulated too many objects, it may take several sessions to free yourself from everything.
Remember, however, that "less is more" and the actual physical disposal of superfluous objects can, in itself, be a rewarding experience.
According to principles of Feng Shui, the more useless clutter you have around you, the more you risk living in chaos with a consequent reduction in your capacity to concentrate and take control of your life.
A simple, tidy kitchen is, on the other hand, a far more pleasant living environment.
Space Clearing can also provide an opportunity to help and support others: you can give away the things you have decided not to keep.