moving to NZ was the biggest declutter i've ever done in my life. seriously, got rid of just about everything except: 1 chair, about 5 artworks (fine, gifts from students or made by my mother), 25 boxes, and 8 bags that we brought with us to NZ (the other things are in storage in the US until we decide to either move them here, or keep them there or what.
so, we don't have much to declutter.
but, on Tuesday, we decluttered our papers that had crept into the house over the last 5 months, reorganized what we need to keep (filed, etc). I reorganized the cupboard because DH doesn't get the organization and just crams stuff in there (so i had to reorganize it and show him how it works--eg, how not to just cram things in). and then DS got new clothes, and so i went through his old stuff to pass along to friends with younger kids, and put away his things.
i have a lot of card board. i have a lot of card board because i keep saving it. i keep saving ti because i want to use it to line my planters (that i'm going to make). I also want to use it to make shapes/"stencils" to use in needle felting. I will go through and cull that on Monday, though, because card board recycling is on Tuesday. So, there's another declutter project for me!
I am also going to reorganize my business files on the other computer and do another back up, so that things are more accessible to us at a moment's notice. i suppose that's not technically a decluttering, but it is something on my list.
so, i don't think it ever stops. I really do not own much at all, but i still have to declutter or reorganize on a regular basis. it just is what it is, i guess.