I firmly believe that organized home is a happy home.
Life will be more enjoyable if you don\'t need to look for things in crowded closets and cabinets or in cluttered basements.
But, as I said in part
First, if you don\'t handle your family in a manageable way, organizing your family seems like a daunting task.
That\'s why I made my 2012. weekend-a-month’ plan.
This is a simple step. by-
The step guide will help you get home in order.
Now that you\'re ready for the next six months of the project, it\'s time to develop a simple habit that will help you keep your life organized.
This is training yourself where to put what they belong to once they leave your hand.
It may sound simple, but it\'s not easy to do it regularly.
However, I assure you that with a little effort, it will eventually become a habit that will help you keep your life organized.
Now let\'s get into your schedule from July to December! July -
What do you live under your bed?
Although you may not think so, the space under your bed is precious real estate and often is not fully utilized.
You will spend time under and around the bed this weekend, not on the bed.
The same is true of the child\'s bed.
If this space is already used for storage, take everything out.
Take a good look at your stuff and ask yourself, \"How long has it been there \"? Be honest.
If it\'s been sitting there for three to four years, you probably don\'t need it.
Donate it or throw it away if you don\'t need it anymore.
Then lift your bed a few inches if you are not afraid of high.
The beds, bathtubs and other places can find the extension of the bed, and the extra inches will give you extra storage, especially if you live in a small apartment.
Once the space is cleared and towed, ask yourself what kind of storage space you are missing.
There are various storage boxes for many different types of items.
My favorite thing is to design bins with covers and wheels, which makes it easier for them to get in and out.
Remember, it\'s not that bright under the bed, so try to put a clean container with a big and neat label.
August-closet: Just this weekend, you will double check every shoe in every closet in your home.
Don\'t distract yourself.
The only purpose of this weekend is to tidy up your shoes instead of trying on those forgotten old clothes.
Once you take out all the shoes, sweep the floor and mop the floor with a gentle detergent.
Most people forget that there is also a floor in the wardrobe that needs to be cleaned.
First determine which shoes to stay, which shoes to go.
This is also when you put all the shoes that need to be repaired aside and actually take them all to the cobbler at one time.
Unlike clothes that spend a few more years in the wardrobe, shoes don\'t go out of date very quickly.
So, you may still be of great use to the forgotten couple.
The easiest way to organize your shoes is to place them on the floor in a pair.
Of course, it depends on how many pairs you have and what they are.
For those who have as many shoes, shelves or boxes as I do, they are more suitable for storage.
The shelf will give you extra space but there will be no scratches or dust.
The original box of your shoes is valid, but the better option is the transparent plastic box.
With a clear plastic box, not only can you fold your shoes and keep them free of dust, you can also find them faster.
September-wardrobe: Now your clothes may be working throughout the weekend, including Friday, especially if you have more than one wardrobe to take care.
First, list all the closets in your home and number them according to the order in which you organize them.
Make sure your list is done on Friday night so you can start work on the first thing on Saturday morning.
Next, follow the list.
No matter what happens, stick to it and don\'t deviate.
If you don\'t have a good hanger yet and it fits your budget, I highly recommend buying yourself a new one.
The wire hanger in the dry cleaner is terrible.
They are for temporary use only.
So recycle them before they ruin your clothes.
Good hangers will treat your closeness better, and for some reason matching hangers will make the wardrobe look more organized.
Now that you have the beautiful new hanger, start by pulling everything off the shelf.
Don\'t leave anything in it.
If you like colors, this is probably the only chance you will have to paint your wardrobe.
If you do paint, please remember to add a few hours to let the paint dry.
The next step is to split all your cloth into bundles by separating the shirts, dresses, pants, skirts, etc.
Before hanging the cloth in the closet, take two large plastic bags, one donated and the other garbage.
Here\'s the rule of thumb: If you haven\'t worn it for two years, you\'ll probably never wear it again.
When you are both small in size, don\'t bother to keep that \"thin\" dress.
By then, it will be out of date.
Donate it and when you lose both sizes, buy yourself a nice new \"tight fitting\" as a reward.
Put the cloth back in the closet according to the height, all the shirts and skirts on one side and all the clothes and coats on the other.
By placing the clothes according to the height, you can set aside more space to stack the shoes and place them below.
You can even create enough space to put a small dresser in the closet.
Organized closets always make the home feel easier, a great sense of accomplishment.
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Attacking the basement is a place in the house where people can mess around at will without considering it.
The act of throwing things in the basement becomes a habit, and one day you will realize that your basement looks like an episode of hoarders.
If you have thought about organizing your basement, but once you walk into it with this intention, you are \"lost\" and don\'t worry that you are not alone. It’s common. OK.
Now that you have the proper motivation, I have a warning.
This is probably the only project on this calendar that actually needs more than one weekend.
It depends on how much you have, how much you are willing to throw away, and your determination to take back the basement.
You need labels, markers and at least three boxes of large black plastic bags that are not broken.
Label the bag with \"donations\", \"luggage\" and \"save\" and start cleaning up an area in the basement at once.
This is where you need to be strong.
If you have something you haven\'t seen or used in the last few years, you have to ask yourself, \"Why is this still in my basement?
\"If you keep too much of what you really don\'t use and most likely never use it, you take up valuable real estate.
Think of the space as a potential playroom, study room or home office.
Now that the bag is labeled and full, take out the \"bag\" and \"donation\" bags from the basement.
I promise you will feel a sense of accomplishment once you can really see some of the wall and floor spaces.
Now it\'s about organizing what\'s left of you.
In order to maximize the space and keep it in order, I recommend using shelf units from floor to ceiling.
If you have a budget, there are great wooden shelves in the family, you can use it to replenish the room and it is easy to assemble.
Storage containers of multiple sizes with lid are also great.
Depending on what you store, you can use a combination of color and transparency.
Take the time to put the right label on your box.
When you are looking for an item in the future, this will make life easier. I promise.
If you can\'t give up a lot of your stuff, you should consider creating channels with shelf units if space allows. November -
Have you always dreamed of having your own home office?
You are not alone.
While not everyone needs a home office, most people like to have a space of their own where they can write bills and store personal items that others will not touch.
This weekend, we start with a walk at home.
Can you make a corner by yourself?
If you have limited space for creative thinking.
You can create a small home office space in the closet, under the stairs, in the empty corner of the kitchen or even on the stair platform on the second floor.
If you happen to have an existing table and chair suitable for your available space, then you are one step ahead.
If not, measure the space and make your own table with a laminate or MDS board.
You can visit Ikea and get a cheap laminate top and four legs for $25. 00.
If you choose an open space, make sure the style is consistent with the existing area.
If it\'s a closet, or a night under the stairs, draw it out and add a personal feel so everyone knows it\'s your space.
Make sure you have sockets or sockets in your new space.
Now that you have your own space, your table and chair, it\'s time to sort out the paperwork.
Buy some cartons and label the boxes
Utilities, credit cards, car payments, mortgages, guarantees, and separate all bills.
Most people like to keep a hard copy of the statement for at least a year.
If you are a \"saver\", buy yourself some binder with transparent cardboard pallet display
Label your binder and start to develop the habit of putting your report in the binder as soon as you check it.
Remember to mark the fees they paid with big red letters.
If you don\'t like paper, scan these statements to your computer.
Just make sure to support them on a regular basis.
If you have children, Mark a separate binder in their name.
Each of these binder should have their original birth certificate along with other important documents, each with at least five copies of the photo.
These copies come in handy when you need a copy in a hurry.
For fun, add an 8x10 photo of your child in the front pocket of their binder.
This is also a great place to store school achievement awards and other papersBased on souvenirs.
While this may sound a little sick, you should also have a fingerprint of your child in this binder.
Repeat the same process for you and your spouse, where you will keep your marriage certificate, birth certificate, etc.
Now that you have made room, put your desk, and sort out the paperwork, you can start arranging your office equipment --
Laptop, printer, stapler, pencil sharpener, etc. -
A well organized desk will make time for more important things like kissing your child more often! December -
If you have collectibles, but hide them in a box, closet, or cabinet, why keep them? Show them off!
You should share it if you like your collection.
The project this weekend will be short and enjoyable.
Start by digging out your hidden treasures and clean them up!
Take a walk in your home and find one or more places where you can check your collection every day.
Remember to remember your family and if they don\'t share your passion, don\'t choose where it will be imposed on them.
Some of the suggested areas are your home office, long hallway, kitchen or your man cave-if you have one.
Once you have an area in your heart, buy a showcase or have a custom professional design and fill it in.
Your collection will be the beginning of a conversation that will provide insights into who you are. Congrats!
You now have a well organized home and are used to putting everything in the right place right away.
Since you are one of them, you no longer need to envy your über organized friends and family!
Marlene Pratt isfounder of www. casalatina.
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