Do you feel like you are in the vortex of your own personal storm? Are you fed up with your current life?
Discover the secret to your focused and organised life in 3 easy steps, and banish your organising overwhelm.
Simple and easy tools
Banish your organising overwhelm by using simple tools to store your clothes. Have you fallen into the trap of thinking that you need to spend fortunes to get your home organised? Have you over extended your budget on complicated organising tools that you really do not need? It can be so tempting to believe that this “must have” organising solution will really solve your organising problems. the reality is not so simple.
This video will show you how to simply and easily keep your items organised and seperated for ease of access. In this way, it doesn’t matter if your clothes are not folded to perfection. I don’t believe in perfection anyway.
Keep items at their point of use-always
Always keep the items that you use, in the place that they are used. This may mean that you possess multiple items of the same category. This is how it should be. Remember ease of access. Always. It may be tempting to keep your belongings together in one place, but this will not serve you well. You need to have easy and instant access to your possessions in a convenient manner. Life is too busy, and your peace of mind too precious, to go hunting for stuff in different parts of your space. So for example if you take notes in your kitchen and also in your living room, and also in your bedroom, designate three individual paper and pen holders for ease of access.
Declutter as an ongoing habit
It is so easy for the clutter to build up. I don’t know how this happens, but it happens pretty quickly. The one most important factor that can sabotage even the best organising systems is your clutter build-up. Remember this rule, “One in and two out.” This means, for every item that you bring over your threshold, part with two! It is not necessary, but it does help to part with two items of similar category. If, for example you buy a new kitchen utensil, have a look in your drawers and look for two items that you haven not used in a while. Now PART with them ASAP.