Are you wanting to get organized for Spring? If so, my ten tips to get you more organized for Spring can help you out!
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One: Focus on One Room at a Time
Focusing on organizing one room at a time will help you to not become overwhelmed. You can use my organization process in every room of your home to help you declutter and get organized.
Two: Make Your Bed
Making your bed in the morning can help you get organized by starting your day off right. There are also additional benefits to making your bed in the morning. A few benefits are that making your bed makes you feel better and keeps your room tidy. Also, you are creating good habits by making your bed in the morning.
Three: Map Out Your Day the Night Before
Take time in the evening to plan out the next day. By mapping out your day on the prior night you are getting a head start on the next day. That can help you be more organized. Also, planning out your wardrobe for the next day can help you to know exactly what you will be wearing.
Four: Don’t Keep Junk Mail
Don’t keep junk mail sitting around. Throw it out. Junk mail is nothing more than clutter. Take the step to making your home clutter-free and get rid of any unnecessary mail.
Five: Clean Out Your Purse
Clean out your purse. Your purse can be the perfect catch-all location for items. Take some time to declutter and organize your purse. Removing unwanted items can help free up space and make your purse lighter to carry.
Six: Keep Your Counters Clean
Clean off your counters daily. It only takes five minutes to declutter and wipe down your counters. You will be happy that you took the time to clean off your counter space.
Seven: File Any Paperwork You Have
Do you have paperwork that isn’t organized? Take some time to get your paperwork in an organized system. You can follow my process for organizing paperwork to help you get the results you desire.
Eight: When in Doubt, Throw it Out
If there are any items you aren’t sure you want to keep, throw them out. If you have any doubts about keeping certain items then you shouldn’t keep them. It can be hard to make the final decision to get rid of stuff, but there are many benefits to removing clutter.
Nine: Edit and Organize Daily
Edit your home and organize daily. That might sound overwhelming, but only do it for about ten to fifteen minutes per day. You will see great results over time.
Ten: Ask for Help
Ask family members for help organizing your home. The more hands involved can speed up the organization process and save time.
If you are struggling to get organized and want to get organized for Spring, my ten tips can help you. Apply one or all of the tips to your life and you will see great long-term results. Let me know in the comments which tips you have used.