Do I need to organize?

Thanks to Cindy Bernstein of Aim4Order for this episode of Tips from the Pros about how to organize your home.

organize your home

When you organize, you will find you have more time for yourself.

“I can find everything I need, it might just take me a while.”

“I know where all of the important stuff is in my home.”

Are these statements you’ve made? Do you spend time every day looking for things? It’s time to get organized!

Having clutter can be like carrying weights around with you all day. It slows you down and takes away time that could be spent with more productive or fun tasks. You may have trouble reaching your personal and business goals.

Once you have eliminated clutter and organized what is left, you’ll find that your mind seems more clear and you actually feel better. Your brain starts firing on all pistons because the emotional turmoil over the clutter is gone.

You will notice that you can get more accomplished than you thought possible because you waste less time looking for lost items. You know right where everything is located and can put your hands on what you need with ease.

Look forward to getting up in the morning, moving around your home and being motivated to keep going. No longer will you feel stressed or upset when a surprise guest shows up at the door.

Suddenly, you notice there is more time for yourself. Find something great to do with your newfound free time. Meet friends for lunch or go to a movie. A better life balance is a great goal for getting organized.

You’ll soon discover that you are saving money too. No more buying another one because you can’t find the original.

Household objects that are rarely or never used, but sit around, can accumulate dust. These things need to be continuously cleaned to keep them dust free. Allergies and asthma can be greatly reduced by removing these dust collectors.

And the closets… you now have space for everything and clothes are not jammed so tightly together that you have a hard time even seeing what is in there. Find what you want quickly.

Getting started is the most difficult part of the process. Start small and work your way up to larger projects. Big jobs can be broken down into several smaller ones to make it a bit easier. Contact me if you need help organizing or want to put a plan in place to get started.

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