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52 weeks to Organise Your Home
Keeping your living spaces clean and organised is a great way to help reduce stress and create a more hygienic environment for your family to live in. Trying to keep a house clean while your family goes about the often messy business of living and growing can be a source of stress from time to time.
1. Getting Organised
No matter how clean your house is, it isn’t likely to ever feel put together until you’re able to cut out clutter and find a dedicated space for all of your belongings. These five blog entries are all devoted to the art of organisation and can help you maximise your space while minimising your anxiety about messy, haphazard spaces.
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You cannot expect to get your home completely organized over night, even though that would be wonderful. It just won't realistically happen for most of us because we have too many areas in our homes that we need to address.
Plus, even if a whole crew came in and organised everything right now, like they do on some of those television shows, you most likely don't have the habits in place to maintain that organisation yet.
However, you can get organised slowly, over time. That is where The 52 Week Organized Home Challenge comes in. Each week we focus on a different challenge area in our homes and make steady forward progress.
Here's A List Of 52 Advices In Organising Home
Week 1: Kitchen organisation: countertops and sink.
Week 2: Kitchen drawers and cabinet organisation.
Week 3: Organise pantry, spices and food storage areas.
Week 4: Organising refrigerator and freezer.
Week 5: Organise recipes and cookbooks.
Week 6: Create a home recycling centre (plus dealing with dustbins)
Week 7: Organise coupons.
Week 8: Healthy meal planning and creating grocery shopping list.
Week 9: Laundry room organisation.
Week 10: Laundry organisation and schedule.
Week 11: Create cleaning schedule and organise cleaning supplies.
Week 12: Create a morning and evening routine.
Week 13: Basement organisation.
Week 14: Organise your garage.
Week 15: Attic organising.
Week 16: Organise contact information.
Week 17: Organise mail
Week 18: Organise bills
Week 19: Organise receipts and tax documents
Week 20: Organise files and create home filing system
Week 21: Organising magazines, newspapers and catalogues
Week 22: Organise passwords, manuals and warranties
Week 23: Home office organisation
Week 24: Organise email and digital information
Week 25: Bathroom organisation
Week 26: Cosmetic and makeup organisation
Week 27: Organise linen closet
Week 28: Organise master bedroom closet
Week 29: Master bedroom organisation
Week 30: Organise jewellery and other accessories
Week 31: Organise shoes
Week 32: Back to school organisation
Week 33: Organising closet space for your kids
Week 34: Kids' bedroom organising
Week 35: Outgrown and seasonal clothing storage
Week 36: Yard and garden storage and organisation
Week 37: Organise toys and games
Week 38: Car organisation
Week 39: Mudroom and entryway organisation
Week 40: Organising living room and family room
Week 41: Organise dining room and stuff for entertaining guests
Week 42: Organise photos, both physical and digital, plus negatives
Week 43: Craft organisation
Week 44: Organise books
Week 45: Create an emergency preparedness kit
Week 46: Organise medicine and first aid supplies
Week 47: Organising purses, handbags and wallets
Week 48: CD and DVD storage and organisation
Week 49: Holiday decoration and gift wrap storage and organisation
Week 50: Create home inventory
Week 51: Organise pet supplies
Week 52: Keep a family calendar
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