A New Year, A New Look!
It is the beginning of a new year! We meet our new year with great optimism and hope for the coming year. We have gone ahead and written our new years resolution and vow to stick to the resolution. All of the guests from far and close have returned to their home and you are left alone at home (finally). Where do you start? How do you get yourself reorganized so that you can get back into the routine that you initially had? Brad Roemer has just the right tips for you to avoid feeling overwhelmed and ineffective. There is nothing worse than “tidying” your home for hours to only realized that you did not actually progress as you should. You must have a plan in place in order to avoid going around in circles aimlessly putting things into certain parts of your home.
It marks a very important time of the year, as you would have had some time off and are now falling back into the routine whiles also setting long-term and short-term goals. This is a great opportunity for you to revamp your home and even add subtle details to enhance the appearance if it fits within your budget. It is a great opportunity to sort and organize all of the materials and items in the home in order to ensure a strong commencement of the year.
Where To Start
Let us be studious this year. Begin your cleaning session by reviewing the work areas of each family member. This can simply not be overemphasized; a messy office cannot contribute to true concentration. The individual will get distracted with all of the items that are on the desk and will end up not studying or reading as they should. Though it is your office space you must remove all of the items that are not necessary. Invest in new shelving space in order to keep your paperwork and books neatly organized. You may want to consider bringing your items to a storage area if it cannot fit on your desk. Do not attempt to cram everything in one space when you see that everything is not fitting.
Storage space will only be effective when it is emptied and cleaned before usage. The main purpose of cleaning your home is to put everything in place and to give a feeling of serenity and peace in the home. Lighten your mind by emptying all the closets of the house to sort the clothes (too small, too damaged, to give …).
Take the opportunity to store any summer clothes that may have been lingering around and put on winter clothes.
Tip: Also sort out children’s toys that often take up a lot of space. “Declutter for better enjoyment”, here is your new adage!
Make it a point to globally organize the home with the rest of the family so that nobody feels left out. It is important to set a cleaning schedule for the family as well as it also teaches them how to be structured in this world.