The name says it all. Rest assured, even the spot named for unruliness is not exempt from the wizardry of clutter coach Luz Molina
Dump drawer contents into a bin and dispose of any obvious garbage—battered twist ties, rusty key rings, broken pencils, dried-out pens, twine scraps.
Dig out things that belong together and bundle them for mini decluttering projects: Stack up business cards to enter into contacts, corral tiny superglue repairs, rubber-band unmarked keys for testing, and place all perfectly useful items with an obvious home in a plastic Tupperware container for room-to-room delivery. Tackle the tasks now if you have time, or later while watching TV.
Measure the drawer to outfit it with an insert. The best setup has different-size sections, none big enough to invite bulky invaders.
Before you reload, think about usage. What would you like to have handy but hidden? Advil, lip balm, a Post-it with your wireless password? Judicious additions will make the drawer functional—and more than just a landing spot.