What’s worse, doing the laundry or hanging it up? Oy!
Laundry day can be a real challenge in most households, mostly because it’s just so time-consuming. If you’re already feeling overwhelmed with the clutter in your home, laundry day can magnify that feeling X 100.
I don’t want you to feel consumed with all the clothes, the crayons your little one left in his pocket, or the socks—all those missing stocks.
Snag a few of these hacks and make laundry day more enjoyable for you and your family! Where do we start with making laundry day a breeze? Yep, you guessed it, organization!
Are your taxes done? or Are you overwhelmed and trying to get everything together before the extended date?
Can you believe its March! I'm over winter and looking forward to warmer weather! I don't know about you but for me the warmer weather is better for my ADHD! With the warmer weather I am able to get out and do something especially in this pandemic. Being indoors with limited places to go, I get extremely restless or binge read a book. Many people don't need to have ADHD to feel this way. I will provide organizing tips that will help everyone, especially those people with ADHD.
Are you ready for a five-minute challenge that could transform your home? Yep, you read that correctly. In just five minutes you can take one huge step in decluttering your home. Wanna know the best part? You can get the kids involved too!
You should be able to enjoy the items in your home without feeling bogged down by the clutter. And in five minutes you can create habits that will tidy your space and ease your mind!
Let's Get Started, Here is the 5 minute Challenge
Does it feel like you are stuck in the movie Groundhog Day? I do especially on the weekends! I blinked and January flew by so fast. This past month Life Simplified has been very busy helping 2 families organize their homes, organize a laundry room, and organize another person papers. This past week a major house clean out was started.
Besides helping clients in their homes, I have started Tuesday Organizing Challenge Videos on Social Media. Check out the videos for organizing tips. This week tip was managing the paper. This is a crucial part of keeping things organized with everyone working from home and kids doing school from home.
Here are 10 Tips for Working From home
Happy New Year! Start 2021 conquering Time Management
5 Quick Time Management Tips:
Streamline, streamline, streamline
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From my family to yours, Happy Holidays! For all who celebrated Hanukkah I hope you had a great holiday. This year the holidays will be different with the pandemic restrictions, but make the most of the holiday. Celebrate and enjoy this time with family making memories. Enjoy the little things!
This year has been extremely stressful, emotional and hard on everyone. The Holidays in general are difficult for some. This year in particular not being able to travel or have the normal family gatherings makes decorating foe some extremely difficult. In some the desire to bring joy to this horrible year has the decorating spirit overload.
Who doesn't love Christmas? It's a time of good tidings and joy, but with those come a whole lot of clutter! That's the reason why so many people make their New Year's Resolution: "Get organized."
But here is the problem; by the time the new year comes, it's already too late. Your already disorganized home is now literally overstuffed with new decorations, presents, clothes, and everything else that comes with the winter holidays. By January 1st, the vast majority of homes in the United States are beyond bursting
This Holiday season will be quite different this year! Assess your holiday traditions like family gatherings and church services. Do they need tweaking this year due to social distancing? If so start planning now. Schedule one-on one time with the people you want to see, in person or on a zoom call. Are your travel plans cancelled? Schedule a video call to open presents with family or friends. Send holiday cards, even if this is not a regular tradition for you. Everyone can enjoy some cheerfulness.
The one tradition we were able to follow through with this year is decorating the house inside and out. My husband and son have certain decorations that they want to put up. Being able to put up the decorations and still maintain a stress free environment takes lots of organization. I thought my 13 year old and 10-year-old would know that some of the holiday activities we normally do would not happen this year, I was wrong! I decided to find some fun holiday activities that are safe but still bring cheer to my kiddos. This time of the year is so magical for us. Driving around and seeing the homes with all their lights brings a smile to me. What are you doing to stay calm during this busy season?
Below is a list of some fun no contact holiday list.
Want more Holiday tips check out my Christmas Checklist. If you are still struggling we can help with all your organizing needs, reach out to make an appointment today.
Enjoy The Holiday Season
Annie Kilbride is the CEO of Life Simplified, LLC a professional organizing business. Visit www.lifesimplifiedpo.com for more information.