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Achieving a Clutter Free Home: Go From Chaos to Calm in 5 Easy Steps

ACHIEVING A CLUTTER-FREE HOME GO FROM CHAOS TO CALM IN 5 E A S Y STEPS ZONE YOUR HOME ORGANISE YOUR HOME INTO DISTINCT ZONES. 를 Take a moment to assess your home and decide on 3-5 zones Some examples of zones include a craft zone, a work area, a recreation zone, and a quiet reading corner. that match your needs. SET ASIDE A FULL DAY FOR A SORT-AND-TOSS PARTY. SORT AND TOSS Trash Give Away Belongs Elsewhere Make a trash pile, a give-away pile, and a belongs-elsewhere pile to help keep the chaos down. Set a timer for an hour or half-hour at a time to make sure that your time is well-managed. MAKE DECISIONS DECIDE WHICH ITEMS TO KEEP AND WHICH ONES TO DISCARD. ĦE GARAGE SALE Only keep the things you really enjoy or absolutely need, and get rid of the things you don't. Consider recycling, donating to charities, or planning a garage sale for the following weekend. DEDICATE ZONES TO SPECIFIC AREAS. STORE IT RIGHT IN Choose storage solutions that D are of proper shape and size, and allow easy access to your items. Store most used items at eye level and least used items up high. MAINTAIN IT DON'T LET ALL OF YOUR HARD WORK GO TO WASTE. Always return everything to its place and refrain from filling your Schedule a yearly spring-clean to keep your home clutter-free forever. home with unwanted items. Clear out the clutter and breathe new life into your humble abode. Visit www.absolutedomestics.com.au to find out how we can help. Absolute Domestics SOURCES: WikiHow, Lifehacker, and Houzz Your secret to a clean home

Achieving a Clutter Free Home: Go From Chaos to Calm in 5 Easy Steps

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Want to know how to have a clutter-free home? First, create zones in your house. For example, assign a zone specifically for recreation and a separate zone for work. Second, decide which items are wor...

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