Thursday, 1 October 2015

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The home is your sanctuary. And just like every “sanctuary”, it deserves respect from the people who are supposed to take care of it in the first place. Easier said than done, yes?

Here’s the thing that every homeowner probably realizes by now: with the way work or school can take a chunk out of our daily schedules, organizing your home is probably the least on your mind. However, put organizing on the backburner for too long, and you’re risking yourself being left with a home that serves a purely perfunctory function: it’s a place that you’re just sleeping in, and not much else. Of course, you probably do not want that to happen to your home

So, if you are looking forward to organizing your home but feel that you don’t have the time for it, then here are some tips you can use below:

1. Starting with the “simple” things

So, what qualifies as “simple” organization for this purpose? Well, see the bed you just rose up from this morning and just left lying there with the sheets rumpled? You can start with that. After finishing your breakfast, rather than putting the plate in the sink and leaving it there till nighttime, you can actually start cleaning it before more dishes accumulate on top of it. These “simple” organizational tasks can actually help you develop a habit of doing things up to snuff. And really, isn’t that what we’re all supposed to do here.

2. Don’t take on more than you can chew

If it seems like you keep putting off organizing your home, it’s not because you’re lazy; rather, it’s because organizing all the clutter inside your home looks too much like a thankless task, and you feel that you can’t finish them all.

Well, if that’s what you’re worrying about, then do this instead: take each task one at a time. Rather than organizing your home on a, say, single Sunday, expand those tasks to include three weekends in a month. Not only will you feel less rushed and obligated to finish something you started, but it should prove to be very easier for you, too.



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