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Closet organization is best done in the fall and spring time. When the weather is changing you naturally want to switch over your clothes plus it’s the best time to purge and reorganize your closets. You’ll stress less each morning when your closet is beautifully organized and key items are at your fingertips!
Before you begin switching over your clothes, take a few minutes to decide on what you are going to do with items that no longer fit, you haven’t worn in the past year, clothes kids have outgrown or you have too much of and... keep reading»
As I’m writing this article the stopwatch on my iPhone is set for 30 minutes to complete this article. Then I’ll take a 5 minute break, come back and set the stopwatch for another 30 minutes to upload on my blog, send to my S.O.S. Newsletter community and post this to my social media. I have allowed myself an extra 30 minutes for editing and troubleshooting in case any technical issues come up. So that’s a total of 1.5 hours from beginning to end to complete this task. Oh and before I even started this article, I posted on... keep reading»
One of the best ways to eliminate clutter is to use the “one-in, one-out rule.” If you want to get and stay organized, this best practice is one of the best clutter busters for home organization that can change your life, free up more space and that you can implement immediately!
What Does This Rule Mean?
The one-in, one-out rule is a general rule of thumb or best practice to keep clutter from piling up. If you keep bringing in more stuff into your home and run out of space to store all your new purchases, the stuff will start... keep reading»
"We used to waste a lot of time searching for documents. Now, we can search and retrieve documents quickly. We got rid of the clutter and created a lot of physical space and a more pleasant and positive working space. Having an organized office space is liberating! Melanie Lam, Administrative AssistantAdministrative and Professional Staff Association, Simon Fraser University