Keeping the house organized can be hard when different groups of people are living in one space. Even though you don’t have complete “ownership” of common spaces, you may still want to keep things organized, neat, and tidy. There are some ways you can come to common grounds.
You’ve done a big clean up and decluttered your home, but now you have piles of possessions that you need to get rid of. Do you sell, donate, or throw them away? What if they still have sentimental value? It’s going to be a difficult process, but the items that you don’t use are going […]
Is your junk drawer overflowing? Over time, we can accumulate a large volume of things that just don’t seem to have a proper place in our home. What are we supposed to do with all these odds and ends that don’t really have a place in the house?
Your spouse has a hoarding problem. But before you can start getting rid of all that excess stuff, you need your spouse to admit that they have a problem. That can be the hard part. You have a right to be comfortable and happy in your own home, but to do so, your spouse is going to need to be willing to make changes.
Do you have someone in your life who loves to drop in unexpectedly? It can be embarrassing when they walk into a messy house. Keeping your home spotless 100% of the time is unlikely, but you can follow a few simple tips to make sure that your house is consistently welcoming to guests.
Newsweek warns that clutter causes anxiety, stress and various illnesses. Still, we often make excuses to avoid getting rid of it. Do you find yourself thinking “I might use this later” when you try to banish items that you hardly ever touch? If so, you’re not alone. Many of our readers have had the same experience.
One of the best ways for someone to get organized is to have a planner. These come in both physical and digital options, and whichever one works the best is the one that should be used.