Putting everything in its place can make people feel a lot better, and that’s true for both physical items and tasks that need to be completed. Unfortunately, if that’s not done daily it can really build up and become overwhelming.
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 […]
We’ve curated a list of our top 10 organizing tips from last year to help you make 2019 your most organized year yet.
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If you ever feel stuck when it comes to work outfits; you’re not alone.
Having an organized closet is a great way to get ready to get back into work after the holidays.
Like any organizing project, this comes with a few challenges.
Here’s some tips for achieving an organized closet.
From changes in the amount of light (which can trigger seasonal depression) to a common feeling of letdown after the holiday season, many of us feel a little blue after the holidays have ended. If you’ve been very active, have not been practicing good self-care and have basically been cramming extra tasks into every day just to get through the holidays, you are not alone. The good news is you can restore, rest and revitalize in the days following the festivities and beat the post holiday blues.