Moving home can be very stressful. They say that buying the home is the hard part but the upheaval of moving your life from one home to the other has to be the hardest part. It can feel like a never-ending process. Especially if your move sees you moving to a different part of the country.
Decluttering is one of the things many of us will have on our minds right now, but not all of us know where to start. With that in mind, here are five tips to help you get started with decluttering, and they might not be what you think.
Spring has sprung and although it can certainly put a smile on your face, it might be that you start to notice things in your home that need your attention. More specifically the build-up of clutter. It can happen to the best of us. As we approach the summer, there is fresh motivation to tackle these jobs and get homes in shape. But not all of us are particularly good at decluttering.
‘Sort your life out’ Stacey will coach six families over the course of a week to declutter and organise their homes. Stelrad have created a list of 6 easy and effective ways to organise and decluttering your kitchen, see the list below.
If you’re looking for a few simple tips on getting your closet organised, you’re in luck. In a short time, you’ll have a spot for everything perfectly in your closet.
Clutter is a fact of life in many homes. Items often are purchased and used only once or never used at all. They get shoved away in a junk drawer or the back of the cabinet and joined by similar items, creating large piles of unused clutter.
The boot of the car is the space that is basically a catch-all for all the things that you need to keep in the car. If you want to make sure you are making the most of the space you have, you want to make sure that it is organised.
I am sure you have heard the phrase work smarter not harder. By using a few tips and tricks, you can be more organised and more productive which will help you to get more done in every day.