First off, you need to know organizing your home is going to be different for you than it is for someone else. Some people don’t have a lot of clutter and junk but they want to know how to maintain organization and have a place for their stuff. On the other hand, some homeowners have piles upon piles…a big mess, and still think it’s just a matter of needing more storage. This is why public storage facilities are such a big business today.
But, the fact is, that storage is the last thing you need. (more…)
Some level of clutter with a child is going to happen.
Tell yourself that no matter what, some level of clutter with a child is going to happen even after you get organized. (more…)
Start with messes and clutter that you see every day.
Get organized by starting with messes and clutter that you see every day. This is going to be different for everyone. The bad habits you have developed over the years are going to very apparent. (more…)
If you’re serious about home organization, follow these 3 simple rules to home organization. I know you don’t want any more rules. But I assure you, these are simple and will become part of your daily habits within just a few weeks. You’ll see how much easier home organization will be by taking the following simple steps… (more…)
So many American homeowners live with a landfill attached to their homes. It just takes a lot of work to nudge a car into the garage and luckier still to emerge from the car once it is parked. Homeowners continue to wrestle through the jungle of disorganization on a daily basis. Let’s look at a few simple ways to organize your garage on a budget.
If you will consider some basic objectives, you can create a vision beyond the clutter that has littered garages during the last 100 years. (more…)
So you are finally getting around to organizing you child’s closet. Are you going to let your child have some say in how their closet should be organized? Giving your child a say as to where things belong will give them the sense of ownership you will need to help them keep their toys picked up and their clothes put away. (more…)