Are you like me... when there's too much clutter around it also seems to clutter your brain? Whenever I clean out my closets, pantry, office, storage room, etc. I end up feeling much lighter mentally and my energy level soars. But I also know that for many the process of decluttering and throwing things out can be challenging, both in terms of making the time to do so and often just in terms of throwing something out. (I have a brother who is congenitally incapable of throwing anything out.) Decluttering and organizing isn't only for when you are getting ready to sell your home.
We are about to start the second week of 2018 and the first flurry of New Year's resolution-making is over. I know that lots of people have resolved to be more organized in 2018. So if you're one who resolved to be more organized in 2018, here are three great hacks to help you on your way to organizing:
- 2018 Plan For 52 Weeks To An Organized Home
- 60 Things To Toss Out In The Next 60 Days
- 101 Items To Declutter Without Any Regret
Use one or use all... but if you follow at least some of these suggestions faithfully, by the time 2019 rolls around, you'll be well on your way to starting next year much more organized organized and decluttered!
52 WEEKS TO AN ORGANIZED HOME IN 2017 FROM HOME STORAGE SOLUTIONS 101
You can actually print the year's calendar from the HomeStoragesolutions.101 website.
And check out their Facebook page with ideas on how to declutter 15 Minutes A Day For 365 Days.
60 THINGS TO TOSS OUT IN THE NEXT 60 DAYS
101 ITEMS TO DECLUTTER WITHOUT ANY REGRET! FROM ORGANIZEMYHOUSE.COM
Cluttered Room Image courtesy of Bill Longshaw at FreeDigitalPhotos.net
These tips to organizing and decluttering your home in 2018 are brought to you courtesy of Nina Hollander and Carolinas Realty Partners, RE/MAX Executive, your Charlotte metro area real estate consultants and residential sale experts.
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