SomeTips: Don’t Do These When Organize Your Home

Organize First; Buy Second

Before you plan to buy some storage pieces and supplies, it is better for you to sort through the places of your home where to put them appropriately.  Your consideration on what containers   you really need,  just buy a few bins at first, you may buy with some more bins if you still need them later. Check up the places befor buying the items. All of those pretty bins, boxes and baskets at the container store are very enticing, In contrary, these item are not useful unless they fit the space (on the shelf, under the bed, in the closet); hold what you need them to hold, and function properly for your particular space. Putting our items at a exact place will not bother our mind and and good things arrangemet will satisfy our heart.

Organize Your Home
Organize Your Home

Don’t Bite Off More Than You Can Chew

Do not pour your all energy to organize the whole house work. Plan what your focus to do at this day and plan it well at another day. It’s much better to spend a few hours — 2 or 3 — on one project or space. This way you’ll feel motivated to do more, not be burned out by the process. Very few people have the energy and/or focus to spend 8 hours organizing. By making up what job to do on certain day, that will make you to save your energy, think up about the work more brilliant ideas and the result of your work will be better.

Complete Each Task — Completely

Of course you will need to sort things into categories (e.g., toss, recycle, donate, give to a friend, put in deep storage). But here’s the crucial part: Once you have decided where something is going to go — take it there. Never keep bags for charity or boxes for friends in your home to deliver later. Do it now. Finish the process. Take the bags and boxes out to the trash or recycling immediately. If you’re donating something or giving something to a friend or family member, put the items in your car or make arrangements for dropping them off. You’ve done so much work getting this stuff ready to take out, complete the deal!

You have to conduct priority scale of something to be taken outside. Once you decide where something to be given, make a category of your items according to the level of the items, for example, put in deep storage, toss, recycle, give to your friends, or donate for charity. As soon as you make up yourself to do the thing that is better for you, do your decision right away, deliver the bags or boxes and never delay it. Take the bags and boxes out to the trash or recycling immediately. If you’re donating something or giving something to a friend or family member, put the items in your car or make arrangements for dropping them off.  You’ve done so much work getting this stuff ready to take out, complete the deal!

Do it regular

Since you are finished with your items organizing. You may be next month or another time do this same job over, you need to clean it up, sort through or you have created a new, efficient, and logical system for processing and managing incoming and outgoing items. Everything is not completely done in one time, there is no autopilot. Maintaining our items must be done regularly and seriously  so you will get  better result. Better improvement will be yielded from routine practice and becomes more efficient than the old one.

Good Enough is Enough

Very few people have closets and drawers that resemble those in catalogs. Trust me. I’ve been in a lot of houses and apartments and even after we’ve totally reorganized a space, it doesn’t look like an ad for The Container Store. It looks great and works properly, but it is a space that is used by an actual human being, not one that has been carefully staged by a team of stylists and marketers for a non-existent resident. You will ultimately be disappointed if perfection is your goal. The goal is to set up a space that works well for your needs. That is a success.

Very few people have closets and drawers that resemble those in catalogs. Trust me. I’ve been in a lot of houses and apartments and even after we’ve totally reorganized a space, it doesn’t look like an ad for The Container Store. It looks great and works properly, but it is a space that is used by an actual human being, not one that has been carefully staged by a team of stylists and marketers for a non-existent resident. You will ultimately be disappointed if perfection is your goal. The goal is to set up a space that works well for your needs. That is a success.

There are a lot of houses and apartments and even after we’ve totally reorganized a space, it doesn’t look like an ad for the container store. Very few people have closets and drawers that resemble those in catalogs. You will ultimately be disappointed if perfection is your goal. The goal is to set up a space that works well for your needs. Trust me. I’ve been in a lot of houses and apartments and even after we’ve totally reorganized a space.