The power of the 15-minute tidy-up lies in its simplicity and effectiveness in maintaining a clean and organized living space. This approach is all about dedicating a small amount of time daily to declutter and straighten up your home, preventing it from spiraling into chaos.
This week is National Cleaning Week, and I’m celebrating by getting my spring cleaning checklist ready to go. A clean and organized home isn’t just easy on the eyes; it’s also great for your health. Check out three reasons why you should set aside intentional time to spring clean.
The golden rules of decluttering are meant to be guiding principles for you to operate from while decluttering. There are three decluttering golden rules you can ignore, and two that you should absolutely stick to.
Did you know that we’re all incredibly bad at estimating how long it takes to complete a task? I know I’m not the only one who’s blocked off a chunk of time, thinking it’s more than enough only to realize I severely underestimated. Here’s how I’m addressing it!
We all know the benefits of a clutter-free home: more energy, less stress, increased productivity, more time, etc, but what most people don’t know is that we make several decisions that keep our environment from being all that it can be––most of the time without even knowing it.
The holidays can bring forth all sorts of emotions. For some of us, we’re celebrating exciting firsts with our first child while others, this may be the first holiday without a loved one. The familial bond can strengthen this time of year, and you may feel triggered by various situations, expectations, and asks.
Have you ever purchased something new and shortly after felt dissatisfied with other belongings? If so, you’re not alone. The Diderot Effect affects all of us. So what is it, and what do we do about it?
The holidays are approaching, and the added stress can sometimes overshadow the positives of the festivities. Today’s five holiday organizing tips are less about your physical space and more about being mentally proactive.
Starting and ending the day well are top priorities of mine. My daily rituals regularly evolve, but one that I established 15 years ago and still remains today is: resetting my living spaces.
Laundry. The never ending at-home chore that we all despise. Lost socks, shredded tissues, and a forgotten load you have to rewash…oof. Here are six quick tips to help take some of the pain out of the task.