5 Simple Hacks on How to Keep Your Home Organized

The key is to bring the scale of everything down and make it easy to move around.

Owning a house and lot requires you to make sure that everything within is organized. Some people are pretty fond of spending their mornings or afternoons organizing every nook and cranny of their home. These somehow give them feel satisfied. Others would just want to do all the organizing tasks when the weekend comes due to hectic weekdays. Understandably so, not everyone has the luxury of time to clean and organize a house.

Whip your home into shape with these few tips, especially if you want to keep your house organized every day without putting in a lot of time in it.

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Make it a habit to fix your bed first and foremost

A Japanese proverb says, “A messy bed is equal to a messy life.” Since our day actually begins and ends in the bedroom, keeping it organized first thing in the morning will keep you sane and make you go up and ready for the entire day. 

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Declutter all counters

Decluttering may seem like an obvious task and too easy to think about, but it can also be challenging. The key is to tackle your counters once and then maintain them as best as possible each morning or evening. Choose a five-minute window in which you have free time.

It is time to segregate, hide non-essential things, and store those chips in plastic containers. A minimum of five to ten minutes of doing this stuff hurt nobody.

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Have a designated place for each belonging

You can never organize your home without giving your belongings a designated place, to begin with. You can check out baskets or organizers that are similar, so it would be clean to look at when you put them together on one shelf. Labels can also be printed, so it would be easy for you to locate them if something goes missing. Every time you take some stuff from those baskets, make sure you put it back right after. 

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Never settle for temporaries.

One key to keeping your stuff organized is to never put anything on top of anything smaller than it is. This is actually common for those who are always in a hurry. Some people tend to temporarily put some stuff all over the place. For instance, placing a newspaper on top of a small book or car keys. If you think of it, such a habit might cause stress if you look for those small items.

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Give those non-essentials away.

It is actually beneficial to take a look at your items from time to time. This way, you can identify which of that stuff do you need or not. For those that are no longer being used often, you can give them away to people in need. It is a win-win situation for both parties! You were able to give more space in your home, and at the same time, you were able to help and make someone smile.

Keeping a house clean can be really simple if you build and practice an organization’s habits into your daily routine. Starting might be a challenging part. This is why it is recommended to start with something small each day. This can be as simple as making your bed, buying organizers and baskets, and being mindful of where you put your things. Just remember, heading out from a clean and organized home really does build momentum throughout the day.

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