Apartment therapy has put together a post with 21 laundry room organization ideas. Some are quite clever. I love the framed laundry care guide.
I first posted about Swedish Death Cleaning in October 2017. I’ve just stumbled upon a Swedish Death Cleaning checklist presented by the spruce. It’s a simple checklist to get you started.
I moved almost 2 years ago. Leaving behind my 4 walk-in closets was more of a challenge than I realized. Things are more in their place now and more easily found, but admittedly there could be more space in the closets, in the drawers, so I’m thinking it will soon be time to pull things out and do another sort.
Alof Finance has put together a list of 50 items you should consider getting rid of. That’s quite a list! I’d say a good list to peruse and question what it is you have and what you should get rid of. Of course some of these items you will want to keep, but perhaps then make it a conscious decision to keep and organize the things you do keep. Dare I say organize in the space cleared up by having discarded less useful things.
ApartmentTherapy has put together a post on 4 things to declutter after moving. Having moved a year ago or so and having done the exercise I must say I agree with their suggestions. My new apartment was a similar size to my previous but walk-in closets (4) were replaced with closets with sliding doors. I had a similar or somewhat higher square footage but it was different. My approach was to see what fit, fit property that is and then set aside what did not. There were many trips to the thrift store. At first it was hard but once the process was started it got easier.
Apartment therapy proposes a 14-day decluttering cure. Decluttering can be a very difficult task; you need all the help you can get. Sign up for these daily assignments and take the first step to a more organized home. I’ve followed this in the past! Here’s my take on it, if you follow the daily tasks they provide – great. If you don’t and you only read them and hold onto them for a moment – it can be a great way to get ready to gear up. Starting the process can be the most difficult. Once you start, once you’ve gotten rid of an item or two it gets better. Enjoy! Good luck!
Royal Lepage has tips on how best to pack your kitchen for a move.
Today Apartmenttherapy shares with us 6 tips to help you make your apartment (or house) more ADHD-friendly. I’m pretty sure we can all use some, or all, of these tips.
House Beautiful has put together a list of 65 decorating ideas. They say these were decorating secrets only professionals know, well I’m not sure about that, but, there are some good ideas here. I had trouble choosing a feature image as so many ideas were interesting. Enjoy!