Organize Your Home In Just Minutes
15 minutes could change your life
Transform every room in your home in just minutes a day! The key to keeping a home organized is having the right instruments in which to organize it. That includes having a clean closet and other storage areas with built-ins or shelving that has already been professionally installed. After that, everything else is just icing on the cake!
Breaking any big project into little bits can make all the difference. Set your sights on tackling one small job each day and you’ll feel an ongoing sense of accomplishment and satisfaction. Here are three mini assignments to get you started.
- Have your supplies and necessities ready. Organize your catchall drawer by removing everything that doesn’t serve a purpose. Toss expired coupons, receipts, and seldom-used items. Move medical supplies like band-aids to a first aid kit. Use a drawer organizer to keep notepaper, tape, scissors, pens, and other supplies at your fingertips.
- Create a shoe haven. Stack clear shoe bins so you can see what’s inside or hang a shoe organizer on the door. Better yet, have your custom closet company create a space in your closet just for shoes.
- Whip up a kitchen command station. Stick adhesive pockets to the inside of a handy cabinet to keep lists and receipts in one spot. Hang a pen so you won’t have to go searching for one.
These small ideas may be tiny, but they are mighty! And they only take about 15 minutes each day. Small tricks to keep yourself organized are truly an important way to keep you on the right path to organization. Tackle your home one project at a time. Don’t overwhelm yourself with big projects that require sawing, hammering, and nailing. Leave that to the experts. But if you are living in a home with clutter, there are small, easy ways in which to get rid of it for good.
Make sure everything in your home, if not decorative, is useful and serves a purpose. If it doesn’t or if you haven’t used it in some time, consider donating or tossing. Next, make sure everything has a home within your home. For example, cleaning supplies should have a designated area in your home.
All cleaning supplies should be there and not scattered around different locations in the house. Why? Because when you need something specific, you know where to find it. Giving it a home also keeps it from becoming clutter somewhere else. You don’t need to keep specific bathroom supplies separate from the same supplies you would use in the kitchen like disinfectant wipes or glass cleaner. Keep them in one location and take them with you when you clean.
By incorporating these small, quick ideas into your routine, keeping organized is easy and effortless. To help keep your items where they belong, consider hiring a custom closet company to build shelves, drawers, and built-ins that will help keep the clutter at bay. When everything has a home, clutter is eliminated.