Short tips to keep your home clutter-free
Issue: Apr 2019
Carly M. Thornock, a professor at Brigham Young University has proven that messy homes leave us feeling stressed, helpless and even overwhelmed at times. Hence, it is important to stay organised and keep our living spaces clutter and stress-free. Here are some of our top tips that you can implement immediately to do so.
Baskets: The multi-role storage bin
Baskets are a simple yet extremely functional tool that you can use to organise nearly everything. They also come in a variety of shapes, textures and sizes, which means you can use them as décor pieces to enhance the space at home. From bigger items like your old stuffed animal toys to smaller ones like miscellaneous craft supplies, choose baskets that fit your requirements.
Curtains: The oft-overlooked gamechanger
Curtains are a deceptively versatile tool that can be pushed to do more than filter light entering certain areas. Use it as a partition to help you create zones in your room. For example, split up the sleeping and study area in your bedroom so that it will you can better get into the right headspace when hitting the books. You also use curtains to cover up different parts of your house. Have a messy laundry area? Corden it off with curtains! Don’t like how your shoe area blends with the interior design of your house? Block it with curtains!
S-Hooks: The small but mighty tool
There are so many different types of cooking equipment in the kitchen, yet space is a big constrain. Instead of just stacking your pots and pans up, why not use the S-Hook and start hanging equipment up? Not only will you free up space on the kitchen counter to do the actual cooking, you also make things easier to access. Another area this tool excels in is the cleaning closet. Hang up your brooms and dustpans are free up storage space on the floor.
Colour Tags: The visual indicator
Adding a simple coloured sticker to your cleaning flow will make things so much easier. Tag your belongings based on categories and the next time you’re packing up, a simple glance at the colour is all you need to instantly know where everything belongs. This even works on documents! Colour code the different important (for example, insurance letters and bills) so that you can quickly identify which hardcopy file you require.
These are but a few tips help to lift the clutter from your floors, closets, and rooms so be sure to implement them wisely in order to help live a more stress and carefree lifestyle.
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Source - The Direct and Indirect Effects of Home Clutter on Parenting