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Home Organization Made Simple

There are a few simple rules to home organization that make getting rid of clutter simple and easy. Everyone should strive to eliminate the clutter and stuff piling up around your house so creative thinking can flow.

Honestly, nobody likes rules. the thing is, if you're serious about home organization, 
then there are a few rules you should follow.


Make your life easier by following some simple steps...

Rule #1: 

"Once is Enough!"

Procrastination becomes a habit and it causes piles and piles of clutter because something is being put off until later. It could be laziness, but more often it's due to lack of time. The thing is, having to come back to a task does not save you time.

For everything you put off until later, you're dealing with it not once, but twice, when it should only be  once. You (or someone you live with) is procrastinating and putting things off until later.

Time Waits For No One!

To save a couple of seconds today, you're wasting five minutes tomorrow.
For example...

You come home, take off your work clothes, get into your comfy clothes, and you throw the what you just took off on the bed, or chair, or floor. Why? because you tell yourself you are going to hang it up or put it in the laundry later.

This is two steps when it should be one. Unfortunately few practice this simple rule of home organizing. Touch it once. The coffee cup goes in the dishwasher, not on the counter and into the dishwasher later.

The mail, groceries, shopping bags, etc, should be dealt with immediately, not added to a pile where it just gets forgotten or becomes an eyesore, that is just simple procrastination.

Rule #2: 

Keep things together that belong together. In the bedroom, keep sweaters with sweaters. shirts with shirts. In the kitchen there is one shelf for snacks and a shelf for cans.

Take a look around a clothing store, they're designed to help the customer find exactly what they need, all organized and pretty. It's nice to find whatever it is you're looking for in a matter of seconds?
Same for a grocery store. If these shelves weren't organized, these stores would go broke because nobody would be able to find a thing.

Rule #3: 

Only organize one space at a time.

Work on one small space at a time in set increments and try and do it every single day. It might only be for fifteen or twenty minutes, but the key is to get something organized everyday and make it consistent.

If you try and tackle too much at once, you won't get much because of an already hectic schedule. Incomplete tasks are discouraging and you might want to give up. The smaller the task, the easier to complete, and the better you'll feel about it.

Often organizing something as small as a junk drawer, a shelf, closet or even your purse or wallet can give you a sense of accomplishment and motivation to tackle a bigger project.

If it takes two days to organize the junk drawer, so be it, take two days to do it.

Getting it done is the key one small step at a time.

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