MAKING SPACE TOGETHER
Welcome friends and aspiring organized people!
I wanted to carve out a place on my website to really commit to helping others get organized by bringing you content that motivates you to go for it!
As I've gotten older I've realized, I've always had a compulsion to count steps, floor tiles, fold clothes like a department store, and of course, my family always knew I was a bit of a germophobe. As the years have progressed I prefer my towels folded a certain way, things to be color-coded, and small things like that but what got me to consider organizing for others was when I remodeled my laundry room. It was so satisfying to take everything out and put my ideas into place (with some help from my amazing parents). It was bright, open, and orderly just like I wanted! I was actually excited to do laundry of all things... Then it just morphed from there. I started helping family members with small projects, then doing whole rooms of stuff. I never get tired of organizing and could spend hours upon hours sorting things.
I'd like to emphasize that being organized does not happen overnight. There are many days I put off a project in my own home promising myself I'll get to it tomorrow. Don't fret, you'll get there. So with that, I invite you to refer here; where I will share tips, product reviews, and some benefits of being organized!
Thank you all for your positivity and support.
Maybe, maybe not?
Expect the unexpected!
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(The scenario) You're at home on a Saturday morning, and hear a knock at the door. No big deal, maybe it's the mail or a neighbor. You go to answer and it's your relatives... WITH THEIR LUGGAGE! Instant panic floods your body because you know the guest room is a wreck. Clothes, toys, and workout gear are strung across the bed and floor. This is your worst nightmare.
You've been meaning to clear out the random junk in the closet and the nightstands to prepare for the upcoming holiday guests, but they came early.
Now, imagine the calming relief if everything had a place and the guest room could actually be a guest room instead of storage. Designate a place for the hobby items away from where guests will stay and donate or sell the items you don't use. Make it extra special by stocking travel-size toiletries or providing soft robes and slippers for them.
And always remember if you need help, I'm only a phone call away!
Thoughts from a home organizer on the ‘might use later’ pile…. Sometimes we tend to hold onto clothes, accessories, decor whatever it may be hoping for the perfect time to use it or, working to get into those favorite jeans from five years ago that are just a tad snug in the hips. We’ve all been there, but is it practical for your space? Those little things just hanging out, suffocating your everyday items could really open up your home or make space for your future. Give your best possessions the spotlight and let the rest go! While it’s always nice to have what you need sometimes getting everything you want can be too much. Until next time friends, stay tuned!