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Reserve 20 minutes every day to clean up your house

Unless you’re a hoarder, most of us like to see our house clean and organized. But the thought of spending a whole weekend or more to clean and organize simply stresses us out. We tend to keep it off until we have to. Then more things would have piled up. If you reserve 20 minutes [...]

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Clean out your pantry

One of the messiest place in your kitchen besides the refrigerator is probably the pantry. Most of us have so many cans, boxes, spice jars, plastic containers without lids that we simply can’t remember what we have. We tend to purchase duplicates since we can’t find anything. If you open your pantry and have to [...]

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Less is more when it comes to wardrobe cleanup

When it comes to wardrobe cleanup, less is more. How many times you stand in front of your closet and wonder what to wear? For most of us, our closet is always full of stuff and yet we can’t find anything to wear. If you want to have an organized closet and have just the [...]

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Stay organized and build a perfect wardrobe

We all heard of the saying less is more. But we don’t live by it when it comes to clothes. We buy when there’s a sale going on, when we feel like shopping, when we’re bored, or when we got dumped. The truth is that few of us even wear 20% of our clothes 80% [...]

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Pretending you are building a brand new wardrobe

I have to confess that it’s extremely difficult to decide what to toss out and what to keep when it comes to closet organization. We all dream about this beautiful closet that we walk into every morning and find just what we want to wear for the day. But it’s hard to let go many [...]

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Getting rid of stuff is the key to a organized closet

We all face the same situation: season changes. If you live in a climate that’s clearly seasonal, then it means you have to re-arrange your closet at least twice a year. Or you face a total chaos. Unless you have a walkin closet that’s as big as your bedroom, you probably have to organize it. [...]

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Shoes racks are a must in the entryways

Whether you live in an apartment of a single house, on the things that people often ignore is the organization of their shoes in the entryway. If you normally enter the house through the garage, then there still should be a designated space for your shoes. It’s even more important in an apartment. Because of [...]

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Some people hoard more than others

I was reading the news and found some hoarding stories of people who literally buried themselves alive. I’m a clean and organized freak, it effects me ¬†psychologically just watching these videos. It is our human nature that we want to hoard things, food and others. It’s part of animal nature and that’s what got our [...]

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Day four of decluttering: Go through your husband’s and children’s closet

If you and your husband have separate closets, today’s is the day to go through his stuff and your kids’ clothes. It’s much harder to clean a husband’s closet. My rule is to only donate and throw out worn, torn, and rags. He will probably want to keep that old college sweat shirt of his [...]

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Day two of decluttering your house and closets

This is the hard working day. Make sure no kids are around. Try to save 5-6 hours uninterrupted. Start with anything that’s on the floors, tables, and counters. Pick them up room by room. Toss out unwanted items and put them in the garbage bag. Save the ones that you need in the plastic bins. [...]

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