De-Stress by Decluttering 3 Key Areas of Your Home

Is the clutter around your home adding to your daily stress? If you’re finding you have more time on your hands than usual, now’s the perfect time to focus your attention on decluttering the key areas of your home. The tips and tricks we’ve compiled will bring you peace of mind knowing your home will be organized in no time. Bedroom closet. The...

Is the clutter around your home adding to your daily stress? If you’re finding you have more time on your hands than usual, now’s the perfect time to focus your attention on decluttering the key areas of your home. The tips and tricks we’ve compiled will bring you peace of mind knowing your home will be organized in no time.

Bedroom closet.

The first step to an organized closet is doing your laundry first. Once all of your garments are back in the closet, you’ll have a full picture of what your needs are. The next step is to purge your closet of the unwanted and unneeded items. Use the Ultimate Closet Purging Guide to get started. We’ll guide you every step of the way so you’ll know exactly what you should keep versus get rid of.

Pro tip: Keep in mind, you might have clothes you’ve gotten great use out of this season, but won’t be useful next season. Now is the time to re-evaluate your needs. If you don’t think you’ll use it next season, donate it.

bedroom closet

Kitchen.

Start by doing all your dishes and cleaning the surfaces in the kitchen first. This creates a clean slate that makes tackling organizational projects easier. We recommend focusing on one area in your kitchen at a time to keep it manageable. Follow these quick tips to get started.

Pro tip: Keeping your dishes organized can be quite the challenge, especially when your shelves aren’t adjustable. Take advantage of our Basic Kitchen Solutions to maximize your cabinet space, which will double the amount of items you’re able to store.

Entryway.

As it starts getting warmer, now is the perfect time to focus on organizing your entryway or mudroom. Start first by purging your items. If your kids have outgrown their winter boots, donate or toss them depending on their condition. Once you’ve purged your items, use bins and baskets to store hats, gloves, and scarves to not only stay organized but to find items easier.

Pro tip: If you don’t have designated entryway or mudroom, freedomRail is the perfect storage system for you as it can be placed on any wall and has complete adjustability.

Now’s the time to start decluttering your home. Use these simple tips and tricks to get started so you can ease some of the daily stress you have. Trust us, having your home organized will make your life so much easier.

Source: organizedliving.com