Creating functional spaces throughout the home can add organization and comfort to everyday life. Often, garages are seen as an external space and not considered in functional design. With a little planning, you can change your space from a catchall storage unit to an area that helps meet the needs of your family.
As the weather warms up, many people are understandably ready to begin spring cleaning. If you’re having trouble deciding what to throw away, you’ll want to continue reading. Here are four items to get rid of this spring.
Most people have spent several frustratingly long minutes searching for something that is urgently needed. In some situations, this type of stressful experience has extended for days or weeks. This usually happens when you placed something in an area where it does not belong. Many people are absentminded or distracted when this happens. Some items are easier to lose than others, such as your car keys or smartphone. By taking a few smart steps, you can decrease the chance of being in this unpleasant situation in the future.
Through regular spring cleaning and general organizational efforts, you may regularly place unwanted items in storage. After all, you may want these items at a later date, so tossing them out is not ideal. However, many of the items that you have clustered in your garage, attic, basement and closets over the years may no longer be useful or wanted. These may be items that you set aside years ago and forgot about. Your storage spaces may now be crammed with junk, and you are faced with the challenge of finding an efficient way to get rid of all of this unwanted stuff. There are a few options available that may be used effectively to address this problem.
If you feel like tasks often take longer than they should or that you forget to do things throughout the day, then getting your life more organized is a smart decision. You’ll be able to go through the day more efficiently and accomplish more with your time. Here are four simple tips that will help you organize your life better.
Plan Your Days in Advance
The easiest way to keep yourself on track for the day is to know what you want to do. That way, you’re not left bouncing from task to task as you remember them. Write a plan for your day either the night before it happens or the morning of. This doesn’t need to be anything complicated—it could simply be a list of tasks to do that day.
If you find yourself constantly asking, “Where are my [insert your personal lost item here]?” Then it may be time to do a little decluttering. Having an organized home allows you to enjoy what you have more since it’s easier to find and gives you more time to enjoy time with family and friends, since you aren’t constantly searching for or fixing items you probably don’t need, anyway. With a few simple steps, you can be well on your way to having the clutter-free house you’ve always wanted, but never had the time to achieve.
With over 2.3 billion square feet of space under roof at self-storage facilities across America, finding a storage facility near you is typically an easy task. What might be more difficult, however, is ensuring the stuff you choose to store in your storage unit remains safe for the duration of its time stored. With a few simple steps, though, you can rest easy at night knowing your stuff will stay safe and sound.
Toys have a way of becoming strewn everywhere throughout the house within thirty minutes of cleaning them up. If you’re a parent, then you know what I am talking about. The play room is the place you send your kids to so that you can clean up the rest of the house, so it is a huge piece of your sanity sometimes. At least, that is until you have to clean it up.
To help you conquer this challenge and make it so that you don’t have to dedicate too much extra time in the future cleaning it, here are four easy ways to organize your children’s play room.
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Relocating is difficult. Not only are you moving to a new place where you may not know many people, but there is so much to do in such a short amount of time that it can be really stressful. One big cause of stress is deciding what to do with all of your stuff. Should you take that ironing board with you? How about the leather couch? Below we present some helpful tips to make the relocation process just a little easier. Continue reading “Ditch Or Move? What You Should Keep Or Rebuy After Relocating”
Spring cleaning can be much more than simply scrubbing the house from top to bottom. It is also an excellent time to de-clutter the home. There are probably many items around your home that you aren’t using and someone else could benefit from owning or using. Going through the clutter is a great way to free up your life and help someone else out along the way.
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