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Are you tired of living in a cluttered and disorganized space? Do you feel like your belongings are taking over your home, making it difficult to find what you need and causing stress and anxiety? If so, it may be time to embark on a decluttering journey.
While the holidays are supposed to be a time of great joy, they can also be a period where busy moms feel some of the most stress they™ll experience throughout the year. Here are some helpful tips and tricks to decluttering your home after the holidays.
An ergonomically safe home office delivers many valuable benefits. A variety of statistics prove that it enhances productivity, enables people to avoid serious health problems and decreases missed days of work. By preventing fatigue, it also reduces mistakes. These tips can help you improve the ergonomics of your office.
Organizing a small home with an even smaller office can be challenging, but it is possible with a little creativity and effort. You may find that, as you organize, your tiny home office is even more efficient and productive than a larger office might be.
If you work at home, you face a double threat when it comes to organizing your office — your work stuff and things from other parts of the home that migrate in. Here are 5 simple and nearly instant ways to reorganize your workspace.
Organizing your home office doesn’t have to be difficult. With a little effort and the right system, you can easily make some organizational changes that will help you find everything and get more done. Here are some of the best ways to get your home office into shape.
One way to be more consistent with decluttering is to make it a routine. Just like brushing your teeth or taking a shower, adding decluttering to your daily or weekly routine can help make it a habit.
Sometimes it seems like there are never enough hours in the day. But with a little time management, you can make time for the things you need to do, like housework. Here are some tips on how to manage your time for housework.
Clutter is a daily challenge. It seems to appear out of nowhere and can quickly take over your home or office. The key to conquering clutter is to have a plan and be consistent with implementing it. Think about it like a war that you’re constantly fighting with yourself.
Many people are searching for homes with bigger closets or converting entire rooms into closet space. Fortunately, there’s an alternative that doesn’t involve sacrificing your guest room or spending huge amounts of money.
The crafts projects that you and your family enjoy working on are a great source of pleasure, to be sure. But if the various crafts supplies are sprawling all over the place, you run the risk of losing items or not being able to find and use them when you want.
Paper clutter takes up space, creates stress and makes it harder to locate the documents you actually need. Excess paper also results in unnecessary environmental harm. It detracts from the appearance of your home or office as well. Fortunately, there are several effective ways to reduce, organize and avoid paper clutter.
Each person faces different challenges when trying to organize or declutter spaces. Unfortunately, these problems sometimes have the power to discourage people and make them give up. If you recognize and acknowledge your biggest obstacle to success, it may help you overcome this barrier. Let’s take a look at some of the most common challenges and a few effective ways to tackle them.
A survey found that more than 50 percent of people struggle with household clutter. Around one out of five blame spouses or kids for this problem. Either way, it’s not uncommon for messy homes to cause stress and anxiety. If you feel like your family creates far more clutter than you, read on for some helpful advice.
Clutter can pile up over time and become quite overwhelming. If you’re facing this situation, you are definitely not alone. Different polls have revealed that around 55 to 90 percent of people find clutter overwhelming some or all of the time. Fortunately, there are effective ways to overcome this challenge.
A to-do list that prioritizes straightening up your abode and making things nice and neat is nice to have, but you have been ignoring this list for too long! Here are some tips on how and where you can start to get organized.
Instead of fretting about the chaos and messiness of your home after no one has done their chores in a while, maybe now it’s time for a different approach. Why not hold a family “organize-athon”? After all, the family that makes a point of cleaning together, stays together. Here are tips on how you can encourage your whole family to get involved in this crucial task.