Sometimes it’s unavoidable to buy tons of shoes, especially if it’s a clear weakness for the shoe obsessed. Sales don’t help the situation, when 70% off tells us that we have to buy a pair… or ten. We tend to forget, when were balancing multiple boxes out of the store, that shoes take up a lot of space, especially if our living quarters are quite small. Throwing away shoes is not a happy scenario, and dedicating an entire room to just shoes is not the most practical idea either. Look around, because sometimes the best organizing tools are hidden in your closet or somewhere in your room. If you’re in anguish because your shoes are all over the place, don’t fret! Just keep reading and you’ll learn how you can keep your shoes orderly without spending too much
Home magazines provide an insanely unrealistic expectation of tidiness. Nobody’s has a home that clean and organized. There’s no way… right? Wrong! It’s easy to think that shelves, closets and tonnes of boxes are the things you need to keep your things organized, but you’d be surprised at how cheap and easy it can be to keep your whole house neat and tidy without having to spend a fortune!
Shelf organization throughout the house is the epitome of an organized home. Shelves provide countless uses from displaying family photos to displaying your collection of antique teacups. You never have to worry about where the essentials are when they’re in a memorable spot and properly visible on the shelf. Shelves shouldn’t be an opportunity to display clutter or allow a neat display to go array. Shelves give an ambiance to the entire room they reside in and the design and decoration should fit your taste. It’s time to arrange or rearrange, be decorative and creative!
If you live in a small home or apartment, or even if you have a small bedroom, you’ve probably found it difficult trying to find things amongst everything you have to squash into your small space. Organization dilemmas often occur when you’ve moved into a new home, and you finally realise how much stuff you actually have, or if just get tired of having to live around the mess threatening to engulf you. There are a few general things you can do which include getting rid of stuff you don’t need or just buying a bunch of storage boxes. If you think you need more than general advice, you’ve come to the right place.
Do you think you’ll ever wear that stunning dress you got on sale? Or that jumper that looked great on you two kids ago? Are you ever going to use the tea set your great aunt bought you for your birthday? How about that giant teddy bear your childhood sweetheart bought you a couple of decades ago?
If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions or if you’re still holding on to anything similar, then there’s a possibility that you may be a hoarder. Don’t worry; it’s nothing too serious. You just have the tendency to hold on to things that have even the slightest bit of sentimental value for you.