One of the biggest challenges in working from home is creating a home office space that works well for you. Moving stacks from one place to another, piling boxes in corners, or trying to fit everything in can be a challenge. Getting creative with your solutions can offer you the home office organization you need to stay on track.
Location, Location, Location
Just as if you were looking for office space outside the house,
If you are working a home organization project, whether as small as a junk drawer or as large as a basement, the best way to start is to sort your items into simple categories. By sorting your items before you take any action, it can help you take inventory of the things that you have and allow you to more clearly assess the space that you are organizing.
Use simple categories
When sorting items,
Picture this: Your elderly parents decide to sell their home of 50+ years and move to a retirement complex just [...]
Home organization for the arrival of a senior family member means looking at your house through a different set of eyes. [...]
It’s common to sell the original family home after a senior move to a smaller place or an elder-care facility.
If you want your relative’s property to sell for as much money and in as little time as possible, stage it first. This technique makes the property more presentable to a buyer and won’t have to cost much money.
Here are a few guidelines:
1. Start after the Senior Move
Leaving the house you’ve lived in for most of your life can be unsettling enough,