Thursday, May 10, 2012

Organize Your Home, Finances and Life

Spring is here and if you haven't already started it's time to get started on your annual spring cleaning.  While it's true that clearing out clutter and organizing your home requires a little time and effort, you can attest to how satisfying the end results can be.  Whether it's making your home a little more livable, clearing out the mental clutter or getting your finance in order.  I have a few tips to help you get a better handle on your clutter.  This way when next spring comes in you'll already have a handle on what steps to take to get everything under control.  Take a moment to see if these tips can help you with your spring cleaning this year.

Take Things One Step at a Time:  It's much easier to breakdown your clean into smaller task and have a plan to tackle one room at a time.  Don't let it overwhelm you work on one room at a time until you're done, an then and only then do you move to the next task or room

When in Doubt, Throw it Out: We all have items that are just in the way and taking up space that we could use for something more important. Consider this each item is important but is it important to you anymore an if it's not you can donate or toss it.  The way to figure if you should donate or toss is to ask yourself this question how long has it been since I've worn or used this item".  If you haven't worn or used the item in 3 months or more donate or toss.  This way you can get more space and do something good for someone else.

Clean Your Kitchen Up: Your kitchen maybe overflowing with 
gadgets and utensils that you can't even remember you have or purchased.  If every time you need something, it's in a box somewhere then it's time for you to get rid of it.  This is a tip to get you started get a couple of boxes and label them donate and toss an when you put something in the box you can't take it out it must stay and either be donated or tossed.  This way you aren't where you started on the first day of de-cluttering your kitchen. 

Now, these are a few tips to help you get started with your spring cleaning.  

Happy Cleaning!!!

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