Put everything that comes into your house away immediately. (And, yes, the recycling bin is a viable option for that junk mail.) Keep your on-the-go items—coat, bag, keys, et cetera—in one place. And if you have a second story, always take something that needs to go up every time you walk upstairs.
Not only will a big purge make you and your family feel more organized, but it can also be great for the mind. Physical clutter can cause stress and leave you less focused. Plus, with fewer things taking up space in your home, you’ll have more room to display the things that bring you joy. In other words, it’s time to Marie Kondo your home.
Storing all the items in your home doesn’t have to be rocket science. There are many ways to store and organize your things without just throwing them in drawers or paying a bill to keep items in a storage unit. Finding neat, simple ways to save space and stash household items big and small will help you keep your home tidy, make finding things easier, and help you avoid losing them in piles of clutter.
You may think that you don’t have time to organize your office, but if you really knew how much time that disorganization cost you, you’d reconsider. Rearranging and moving piles occasionally doesn’t count. Neither does clearing off your desk, if you swipe the mess into a bin, or a desk drawer. A relatively neat and orderly office space clears the way for higher productivity and less wasted time.
Bathroom hacks will make time spent in the bathroom more tolerable. What’s more, you will probably want to pass on these hacks to everyone you know. These tips and tricks will make your bathroom so stylish you’ll just have to show it off.
If your garage has become nothing more than a glorified storage closet, it might be time to declutter. Take a few minutes out of your day to get organized.
These clever containers will corral four common, constantly underfoot sources of kiddie clutter.
Three pros share their keys to success. Implement these strategies at home to transform your closets.
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I feel happier and more peaceful when our counters are clean and the sink is empty, but that’s only possible if everything’s organized and has a designated space. Here are some of the most inspirational organizing posts I’ve come across lately. From the refrigerator to using what would otherwise be wasted space in the pantry, these posts have it all covered and are great inspiration for creating an organized kitchen.