Clutter can be more than a household annoyance; it can exact a toll on your mental and physical health. Click the source link below to read the full article on how you can kick clutter to the curb during spring cleaning.
As an Organizer, I am often asked for help on de-cluttering people’s homes. The most common clutter that people face is the amount of paper, clothing and ‘kid stuff’ that comes in the door. I always suggest beginning with the area that causes you the most stress. Here are my 7 ways to tackle the job.
1. Incoming Paper
Designate a spot for all incoming paper, flyers, mail, receipts and school stuff. Paper often accounts for overwhelming clutter. Find an easy system that will work for you and your space. Try a colour file folder system or baskets or boxes labelled with the following: Continue reading →