In: Home & Family15 Jun 2013
Many people struggle with controlling clutter in their homes. Things tend to pile up when they don’t have a specific place to go. It can be difficult when you feel like you have limited storage space in your house. As clutter gets out of control, it can be stressful and overwhelming; making you feel like there is no way you’ll ever find time to take care of it all.
You may clean and organize one area at a time, only to see that the first thing you took care of is full of clutter again by the time you’re done. This endless cycle of clutter accumulation can be broken by using these expert tips on organizing things around your home.
1) To get you out of overwhelming, you can clean a specific place at a time. But some common huddle problems can be categorized by type, rather than by their location in the room. I recommend you to clean the place where you use most frequently, such as your toilet, kitchen, living room tables, and your closet in your room. Usually those places you can find things to categorize, for example you can make space for keys, chargers, wallets, mails, and ties. Category those things and put in their specific place and help you to make a huddle-free home.
2) Something that we cannot be categorized is mementos. Especially when you have children in your home. Sometimes your child might bring the artwork, drawings, school works to home, and you want to keep them. A way so solve the problem is to make a specific place for the mementos. Such as shelves and wardrobe. This can clean the papers and bits and pieces in your room. You should also have multiple places to put your children’s goods. Such as scissors, pens, pencils, and markers. For example put a small container on the desk and around the house. You should also teach your kids where to put those things, to prove their ability on organization as well as saving your time to pack up things.
3) The closet is another place that tends to get very cluttered very quickly. We don’t often decide to go through our wardrobes and get rid of unused or unwanted items. We simply buy new clothes and add them to the mix. This, combined with switching out clothing between seasons, can lead to a cluttered and overfilled closet. Designate a container in your closet for things that no longer fit right or that are out of style so that you can have a consistent area for tossing things that can be donated to charity. Keep the clothes that you use and want to keep on high quality clothes hangers or wooden hangers. There are hangers that can either save space, or keep clothing slightly separated on the bar so that you can avoid losing garments to damage or clutter.