How to get your home organised in 3 Just Easy Steps
Updated: Mar 8
If you've ever wanted to organise your home and make organisation a daily habit, then you're reading the right article. That's because you're about to discover my easy 3-step method for skill sets that will remain with you for a lifetime. And the good news is that this method works even if you aren't tidy.
Step 1: Set the starting point to define which room in your home you believe is crucial to optimise your family's life or own routine.
Many people who want to declutter their entire home don't even realise that they need to do this step before they can remove excessive possessions. And that's why many people who try to live without clutter fail – simply missing this crucial step.
So, you first need to make up your mind and know how much energy and time you can dedicate to doing it. You'll find that this part of the process goes much more smoothly if you apply these tips and tricks: Start easy with the smallest room.
If necessary, ask for extra help to get there. Define precisely what you want to live. It is not limited to a temporary organisation for improving and using spaces, but what do you want to transform and achieve? Do you want a new lifestyle, such as new eating habits, more free time, a focus on education, a change in routine or a better connection with your home?
Step 2:Remove the excess.
The next thing you need to do is remove the excessive possessions.
When I started trying to complete this process, I made many mistakes. And now that I've helped others do it, many people tend to make the same mistakes. So let me share with you the top 3 mistakes and how to avoid them:
Mistake number 1: Buying organising products before the decluttering started. First, you need to start decluttering the belonging to see which organising products will be necessary to achieve your needs.
Mistake number 2: Don't sort your belongings; to avoid it, you must decide what to keep, donate, rubbish, sell and relocate. [click here to download free label.pdf ]. If you experience uncertainty or emotional discomfort, open a new "Temporary" category.
Mistake number 3: Start with a large project; it's not a good idea, such as a garage. Please start with the small and easy tasks first. After the small victories have been won, you'll find extra motivation to tackle the more challenging cases of clutter.
Step 3: Organising
You're likely to notice once everything is in its category at this step. You already know what you will keep and where, and you can decide if you need to organise products - such as drawer dividers, boxes, labels, etc. So, you need to set the start point and do it step by step. I remember the first time I did this step and tried to organise my wardrobe. I was overwhelmed and without the energy to finish because I had removed everything from my wardrobe.
Tips donate a constant way of life for a home with no clutter and find aesthetically pleasing yet highly functional storage so that just the bare essentials are on display.
And there you have it – a simple 3-step method for organising your home. Now that you know how to organise your home, there's just one thing left for you to do: take action. So get to it, and soon the organisation will become a daily habit!
With ALL my love and gratitude,