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Clean and Organized Home

Keeping your Home Organized All-Year Round

156 day ago

 

The idea of sorting out your belongings that have accumulated during the previous year can be overwhelming and exhausting. Most people don’t see any fun in de-cluttering and organizing their home since these can be daunting tasks. Going through every cabinet and drawer, finding out which ones should be discarded, and organizing every item into neat piles can be a difficult task for people. However, these activities don’t have to be stressful.

 

By simply knowing the things you need, making space for your important belongings, having a little discipline, and a few other reminders can make organizing your things an easy task. After all, the end result of organizing your things is truly rewarding; plus, it contributes to your overall well-being.

 

For the New Year, getting your home organized may be one of your resolutions. However, this may overwhelm you especially if you’re one of the people who failed to make this happen during the past years. If organization is hard, keeping things organized is more difficult. However, it is still possible and you can make it happen.

 

Here are some tips that can help you keep things organized throughout the year:

 

Making the Bed

Making the Bed

 

Make your Bed and Train your Children to Do the Same

 

As soon as you get up, make it a habit to fix your bed. This is one way to kick-start your productivity levels for the day since it will be difficult to bring yourself back to bed once you see it nicely made. Train your children to also make their bed as soon as they wake up. It will not only save you some time, but it will be beneficial for them as they grow up. Remember, it’s always best to practice good habits as early as possible.

 

Hampers to Keep Clothes Organized

Hampers to Keep Clothes Organized

 

Have a Dedicated Hamper for Each Person

 

Have one laundry basket for each person in your home and an additional one for everyone’s linens. You can also choose those hampers with divisions so everyone can separate the white clothes in advance.

 

Vacuuming One Part at a Time

Vacuuming One Part at a Time

 

Do Cleaning One at a Time

 

Clean one room or one area of your home each day. This will make the task less daunting compared to the thought of cleaning the whole house at once. Having smaller tasks gives you a clear goal, making it easier to achieve.

 

Clutter Bags for Organizing Things

Clutter Bags for Organizing Things

 

Make Use of Clutter Bags

 

Reusable shopping bags are cheap and easily available these days; plus, they also come in a variety of attractive designs. Hang one in each room and every area of your home so things that come from elsewhere can be thrown in it. Once there’s time for you and your family members to check the things placed in the bags, sort these out. Doing  that, your home will stay organized.

 

Label your Stuff

Label your Stuff

 

Make Space for Each Item

 

While you de-clutter and organize your belongings, keep an eye out for things that don’t seem to have a dedicated space or items that don’t seem to belong in their containers. Group similar items together in the same boxes.  Label each of these so you can easily find anything you’re looking for. Let everyone know when you move items, and let your family members do the same if they change the locations of things.

 

Segregate Tools and Items

Segregate Tools and Items

 

Invest in Tools for Organizing

 

There are a lot of things that help make organizing easier and in fact, it’s worth investing in these. For bills and mail, have a filing cabinet and envelopes. Also invest in baskets, functional drawers, and other items such as tools to keep cords organized. This might cost you a bit but it will help you in keeping your resolution.

 

Sharing and Giving

Sharing and Giving

 

Keep, Toss, and Donate – then Repeat in Six Months

 

This common tip to keep your home organized lets you have three baskets – one for things you’ll keep, another one for those you’ll discard, and the last for items to give away. The six-month rule states that if you haven’t used an item for the past six months, you don’t need it anymore and you may throw it away or discard it. Now, if you can’t decide on where to place an item, check its condition; if it can be used, place it in the donate box. If it’s broken and can no longer be repaired, discard it immediately.

 

Planner to Keep Track of Schedules

Planner to Keep Track of Schedules

 

Stick to a Schedule

 

One way to keep everything in your home organized at all times is to always stick to a schedule. Avoid rescheduling or postponing de-cluttering and general cleaning days. Determine the amount of time you will need to accomplish your tasks and mark your calendar so you don’t end up forgetting this.

 

Whistlecopter Toys

Whistlecopter Toys

 

Don’t Forget to Take a Break and Play

 

After cleaning up and de-cluttering, have a break and spend time together with your little ones. Make things more fun and play with the Whistlecopter. Each one comes with a 7-inch red rubber band, the exclusive Viper Launcher, and clear lines and directions on how to fold wings. It is the only copter that whistles all the way up and reaches a maximum height of 200 feet. Because it’s made from quality materials, the wings will not flap in the air. Instead, it will glide down to you after hovering in the air. It is the only LED Copter that has a PATENT and Trademark which shows that it is a safe, durable, and is an authentic toy from Whistlecopter.

 

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