You’ve tiptoed through houses littered with toys, putrid trash, decaying leaves, loose socks, week-old sandwiches, and worse. You’ve also probably visited spotless houses where not even a crumb or speck of dust could be found. Why are some houses so cluttered while others are so clean? The trick is really just down-to-earth hard work and organization.
Letting go of clutter can be very hard when we have emotional attachments to the items. But if you want to improve your life and the space in your home, then it’s a necessary task. If you’re finding it difficult then here are our top five tips to get started.
If you are like most people, you probably want to learn how to better manage your time at work. This is not as hard as you might think. All it takes is some modicum of focus and dedication to your work.
Does this situation every happen in your home? You get a gift, make a purchase or receive something in the mail, and you can’t decide where to put it. I used to always just set stuff on the counter until I’d decide where to put it. Problem was though, I’d never get around to finding a spot for it and my counter top would soon be covered with clutter. This makes trying to quickly declutter your home very difficult, because you have no defined spot to put things when you clear off your counter. Knowing exactly where everything in your home goes is very important to be able to declutter fast whenever you need to.
Is your household disorganized? Do you find yourself looking for something you know that you own but can never find in all the clutter? You may be asking yourself what you can do to turn this mess around and get your act together. What can help you find the discipline to get organized? The answer comes in a professional organizer.
Being your own professional organizer is cost effective and will help you learn how to keep things from ever getting cluttered again.