By clearing away the physical clutter around you, you can actually clear up disorder and difficulties in your life. Sometimes overnight! Call us today for help 239-222-2365.
The true test of whether a space is organized is not how it looks but how it functions. Can you find what you need when you need it? The standard would be a minute or less. If you can, than it's organized, if not, recheck the system because it is in need of a tune up.
If your home is in need of a tune up, so you can find what you need, when you need it. Give us a call for a free in-home assessment.
Set a deadline. There is a rule that says a project will expand to fill the amount of time allotted. By setting a deadline for when you will have each stage of your decluttering project complete, you have a much better chance of being successful. Keep two things in mind: make your goals realistic, and break up large goals into smaller intermediate goals.
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If you find it difficult to stop buying items, then consider collecting pictures of the items you want to buy. Place the pictures in a file folder or under favorites in your phone and decide whether to buy the items a little later on.
No more garage sales or hand-me-downs until you organize what you already have. And if you have one of the bumper stickers that read "this car stops at garage sale" take it off!! Lol
Attack visible cutter first. We like instant gratification, even when clearing clutter we like to see results immediately. What better way then to deal with the visible clutter first. When you clear the stuff in your way that gets the ball rolling to tackle the unseen places such as attics and garages.
Clutter constantly signals to our brains that our work is never done.
When you take something out of its designated space to use it, put it back immediately after you're finished with it. Sounds simple, but it actually takes practice and commitment.
My name is Barbara and I'm a professional organizer in Fort Myers, FL who is ready to help you tackle your unorganized areas and develop systems that will work with, not against, you and your family's lifestyle to help keep it that way!