How To | January 8, 2016
Every year, people make resolutions to get healthy, lose weight, save more and get more organized. According to a survey on New Year’s resolutions recently posted by Statistic Brain, being organized and removing clutter was the second most popular resolution for 2015. With the 2016 New Year in full swing, now is the perfect time to set-up your home to be clutter free after the chaos of the holiday season. Any holiday decoration storage projects should be finalized to help you focus on other organization projects. You can start with small organizing and decluttering projects such as organizing a closet and then move onto larger tasks such as re-organizing your entire kitchen.
By following some of the simple house decluttering tips below, you can easily start off 2016 on an organized path. Start with a goal in mind for your organizing and decluttering project. If the task seems too daunting, hiring a professional organizer could be an option to get you started on your decluttering project. After you decide on your goal, create a list of what you need to do and what supplies you will need. Split up the decluttering projects into smaller tasks, which will be then be easier to accomplish. Consider breaking down your decluttering project into rooms, it can help make the task less daunting.
Each room in the home requires different plans for how to declutter. Follow some of the quick and easy room-by-room decluttering and organizing tips below and before you know it, you will have a reorganized home!
ezStorage has moving and packing supplies that will help you during your decluttering project. If you need a place to store additional items that no longer fit inside a room after you declutter your home, then renting a self-storage unit is a great home storage solution.