For those spots that just don't seem to stay neatly organized, use some pretty boxes. Undies are an excellent example of items that need this kind of storage. Boxes also work well for socks, t-shirts, stockings, and sunglasses.
When organizing your closet, it's important to have the right tools. If you are planning to invest in closet solutions like racks, shelves, and cubbies, it's important to be sure to measure and decide what will go where before pulling the trigger. All this sound a little overwhelming? Hire a professional! I am an expert closet designer. I can have your closets designed to your specifications in no time at all.
Use the same approach with your jewelry that you used with your closet. If you don't need it or it doesn't bring you joy, get rid of it! A fun and pretty way to store your jewelry is to re-purpose teacups and saucers. When arranged in a shallow drawer, they give you a bird's-eye view of your bijoux.
Spring is finally here! I LOVE a good spring cleaning!! And it's not just me. All those smarty researchers out there have actually shown that clutter can affect your mental health. They have proven that a disorganized home really does make people—especially women—feel stressed!! Your home should be a place of peace, not stress. One of the easiest spaces to start decluttering is your bedroom closet and drawers. This month I'm going to show you some great ways to declutter your safest haven, the bedroom.
When you start putting all of your favorites back into the closet, arrange your clothing, shoes, and accessories by color and type, such as long sleeve tops together, short sleeve tops together, etc...making sure to keep your current season's items in the most accessible spot. See how peaceful your things are when arranged by item and color? And, bonus, things are MUCH easier to find!
The best way to get your closet organized is to start with a purge. If you don't wear it or need it, get rid of it! "The most important step is to let go of the items that do not spark joy for you first—you will be amazed by how much less you have to store after that first step," says organizing expert Marie Kondo.
NAPO is the National Association of Productivity & Organizing Professionals, and I'm a member. This week I'm recharging my batteries and filling up on everything organizing at the 2019 NAPO Conference in Fort Worth. It's an amazing week, and I'm excited to share all this goodness with you when I return.
AND, got the meet the NAPO keynote speaker, Gretchen Rubin!
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