An organized home has so much to offer. Every room serves a purpose and when organized, you can enjoy its function, efficiency, and beauty without the distraction of the visual noise. Reduce the clutter, reduce the stress in your home!
Here’s a quick look at the benefits you can enjoy in each organized room in your house.
Kitchen and Pantry
- Find the right ingredients quickly for any recipe
- No more expired food
- Quick cleanup for everyone when every item has a home
The season has changed, and the temperatures are turning. It’s time to organize your closet to match. This is a great opportunity to look at everything in your closet and make sure each piece of clothing is one that fits you, that you love to wear, is in style and in season.
Empty and Clean
You’ve heard this before, and it bears repeating especially for closet organization. Empty the closet of every item.
Did you know there was such a thing as Fight Procrastination Day? It seems there’s a day of recognition for just about everything, and fighting procrastination has made the list. It’s a day acknowledged in early September world wide. If you’ve put off doing something important, this holiday is for you.
While we may all occasionally be guilty of procrastinating, it can be a source of stress, loss of productivity and social disapproval.
Your baby is about to go to college. Where did the time go? Dorms are known as notoriously small spaces. It may take some creativity to find enough storage space for all the college gear. These ideas will help get you started.
Many dorm rooms are outfitted with a bed and desk. If there’s room to bring in additional pieces, choose items that can multi-task. A trunk can serve as a table or shelf space while holding extra clothing or shoes.
It’s often said that if you want to maintain an organized home, think like a kindergartner. It may likely be the first place where children are introduced to the concept of organizing and it provides a great foundation to organize any room in your house.
Choose an area and sort like items together. Naming each category identifies the type of items that should live together. Kindergarten students know they can find popsicle sticks in the craft section and books in the reading nook.