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.
Having a home office can be a great way to work from home, handle paperwork, make sure bills get paid on time, and just generally stay organized. But what happens when the environment where organization is supposed to take place for the entire house gets cluttered and disorganized? That can lead to things getting overlooked, […]
It’s very easy to get overwhelmed by paper that comes into the house. Fortunately, there are ways to organize and combat the papers that repeatedly come into a house, in order to make sure that paper is handled efficiently before it has a chance to become clutter.
Have you ever been desperately looking for paperwork in your house, only to remember that you shoved them in a drawer when cleaning the previous day? If you have a lot of household papers, the temptation will often be to hide them away. Unfortunately, while that may “declutter” your home, it also makes them nearly impossible to find. Here are some tips for organizing your household papers and locating them quickly.
Do you want to declutter but often find yourself worried about where to start? Decluttering is a process—and sometimes it’s easier to do it with small, incremental changes rather than all at once. You can give yourself a positive boost of energy by setting yourself up with measured, achievable tasks. Here are some decluttering “quick wins” that you can complete in a matter of minutes.