Life Hacks to Get You Organized


If you’re determined to be more organized this year, don’t make the all-too-common mistake of expecting it to happen all at once.

“People decide they are going to overhaul their lives in January and they are going to do it all at one time,” says Regina Leeds, who has written nine books on organization, including One Year to An Organized Life. “That is setting yourself up for failure.”

Instead, use the New Year as an opportunity to plan out and put in place a few key steps that will help you get organized over the course of the year, rather than getting there all at once. “The first thing to realize is that the whole of anything is overwhelming,” says Leeds. “You have to break any goal or new thing you want to learn into smaller increments.”

Read full blog here: Your Guide To Finally Living A More Organized Life via Fast Company


Highly organized people enjoy something many of us endlessly strive for–success.

How do they do it?

There is one major difference that is apparent. Organized people are extremely attuned to their thoughts. What you do and the habits you have are directly proportionate to whom you believe you are.

Learn more here: 21 Success Habits of Highly Organized People via Develop Good Habits


Organized people aren’t born; they’re built. Here are the habits that you can cultivate to be just like them.

We all know that one friend or coworker who is super-organized. The person who is punctual, finishes projects with time to spare, and always knows exactly where to find what they need when they need it.

Instead of hating that person, why not figure out how they do it?

“Organized people are not born; they’re built,” says John Trosko, founder of OrganizingLA, a Los Angeles-based organizing firm. “The people who emerge as ‘organized’ use a variety of tools and methods to accomplish their goals and priorities in life.”

Their systems become habits, says Trosko. Here are seven things organized people do on a regular basis to stay on top of it all:

Check it out here: Seven Habits Of Organized People via Fast Company



Organize Your Home

Your house may look clean, but these common organizing mistakes can make it hard to maintain order. Professional organizers share their top pet peeves and how to solve them.

Read full blog here: Organizing Mistakes That Make Your House Look Messy via HGTV

Face it: it’s January. Dreary weather is matched only by the dreariness of a house stripped of holiday decorations.

Children slog through the great dull stretch between New Year’s Day and Spring Break, no longer distracted from their schoolwork by the excitements of the holiday season.

December’s crowded calendar gives way to January’s social slump. Video rentals soar as comfy sweats replace dress clothes on Saturday nights.

Take heart! There’s another side to January!

Read more here: Jumpstart January For An Organized Year via Organized Home

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No one likes a cluttered house. But, unfortunately, no one likes cleaning a cluttered house either, especially when it’s so hard to keep clean. Take some time this weekend to declutter once and for all, and figure out an organizational scheme that works for you.

Check it out here: Get Your Home Clean and Organized This Weekend via Life Hacker 



New Year, New You! Start with a Closet Cleanse

Are you a little obsessed with organizing? We are too. So we thought we’d channel our obsession into something helpful: a list of ways to organize your bedroom closet. Pick and choose from the ideas below…

Read full blog here: 20 Ways to Organize Your Bedroom Closet via Apartment Therapy

It’s that time of year again. Your closet is getting cluttered, and you’re running out of space to fit all of your clothes.

Closets can be the bane of your existence. Steal some ideas from those pictured here.

Check it out here: 31 Ways to Make Over Your Closets via Real Simple

When was the last time you cleaned, edited, and organized your closet? What’s that you say? You can’t remember? Well, it’s high time you gave your wardrobe a makeover. January is an excellent time to clean out your closet, because there’s not a lot going on. Plus, if you’re detoxing, you can spend your Friday night sorting through your scarf collection. It may seem intimidating at first, but trust me, a tidy closet can do wonders for your well-being. You’ll be able to get dressed more quickly, and you’ll feel invigorated by your organized and accessible collection of clothing.

To inspire you to tackle that crowded mess known as your closet, I tracked down the tricks that the pros—stylists who organize and edit clients’ closets for a living—use.

Here are 11 must-know tips for the most pristine and perfect closet around: 11 Must-Know Closet Organization Tricks the Pros Use via My Domaine


Organizing Living Room

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Keep the clutter at bay with ‘speed bumps,’ hidden storage and a little-stuff drawer

It’s where you hang out, flop down, decompress. It’s also probably where you read, play, craft, watch movies and entertain. With so much going on, it’s no wonder it can be difficult to keep the living room looking (and feeling) neat. And other than leading an ultraminimalist life, what can be done? Here are 10 tips to ease the burden on this hardworking room, so you can have a neat (enough) living space.

Read full blog here: 10 Secrets to a Neat Living Room via Houzz

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Make your living room more organized by following these easy tips.

In this multi-purpose room, papers, remote controls, collectibles and more can quickly pile up, causing the space to feel chaotic and cluttered. Minimize messiness and maximize your enjoyment of this room with these simple tips.

Head over this link to know the tips: Organize Your Living Room via All You 

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These simple tips for organizing your main gathering space will put the family back in your family room.

Read full blog here: Tips for Maintaining an Organized Living Room via HGTV


Ways to Clear Clutter

Here at OrganizedHome.Com, we hear the cry every week: “Help! I’m drowning in clutter and don’t know where to begin!”

Whether it’s due to poor habits, a packrat spouse, or an advanced case of affluenza, too many home managers struggle under the burden of household clutter.

Read more here: Declutter 101: How To Cut Clutter At Home via Organized Home

It starts piling up during the chilly winter months, builds through March, and by the time spring-cleaning season rolls around, it’s everywhere. Yep, it’s clutter! And chances are, it’s driving you crazy right about now. Luckily, we’ve got the secret to getting it under control in seven essential, game-changing steps. Each one addresses a notoriously difficult tidying issue and fixes it fast, so you can focus on more important things—like updating your Facebook status to “totally organized!”

Check the full blog here: 7 Steps to Organizing Clutter via Health

De-clutter your home with our time- (and sanity-) saving home organization tricks.

Getting organized can sometimes seem like an insurmountable task. Turn messy areas into tidy, stylish spaces with this list of 25 tips that are guaranteed to help clear clutter and keep it away.

Check it our here: 25 Ways to Clear Clutter via Style at Home


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De-clutter your home with our time- (and sanity-) saving home organization tricks. With our speedy cleaning tips, you’ll get to spend more time enjoying your beautiful home than tidying it up.

Read full blog here: 30 Quick and Easy Cleaning Tips for Every Room via Womans Today

Paperwork has a way of piling up, getting lost, or slipping through the cracks, if you don’t have a solid storage plan. We’ve rounded up the best way to keep your bills paid on time, your documents safe, and everything else neatly sorted.

Learn more here: How to Organize Bills and Other Important Stuff via HGTV

Who else is so ready for a blank slate? It’s a new year, which means it’s time to say goodbye to any chaotic or messy spaces and take on some killer organizing habits – ones that will leave you with a spotless, gleaming home. Looking for some ideas to get you started? Here are some brilliant organizing hacks you just might want to save!

Check it out here: 39 Organizing Ideas That Will Actually Make Your Home Look Spotless via Huffington Post


Organize Your Bathroom Vanity

This week we’re going to jump to a room that can be completely organized in a few hours: the bathroom. This project will satisfy those who like to jump from room to room as well those who like to finish one room all at once.

You deserve the dreamy serenity of cleared countertops, neatly arranged drawers and streamlined bathroom storage

Read full blog here:
Get It Done: Organize the Bathroom for Well-Earned Bliss via Houzz 

Use these seven tips for bathroom organization to make the most of your bathroom, regardless of its size.

Check this Quick Tips for Organizing Bathrooms via HGTV

Storage is always at a premium in a small space, but nowhere is that more true than in the bathroom. There are so many little odds and ends — makeup, razors, hairbrushes, toilet paper — that you just have to have, but where in the world do you put all that stuff?

If the clutter in your bathroom is getting a little out of control, it might be time to check out these 10 Ways to Squeeze a Little Extra Storage Out of a Small Bathroom via Apartment Therapy.




Tips for Keeping an Organized Kitchen

The kitchen is an area of your home that gets used more often than most other areas. So it stands to reason that if your kitchen were more organized and simple to use, your life would feel easier. Professional organizer Monica Ricci has 10 easy steps to organize your kitchen, and make your family life flow more smoothly when it comes to meal preparation.

Read Full Article here via Hgtv: 10 Steps to an Orderly Kitchen

 A well-organized kitchen will help you cook as efficiently as possible and waste less food. Here are our top 10 tips for organizing the heart of your home.

Decluttering is the first step to organizing any room, and kitchens tend to have more unique kinds of clutter than other rooms:

Check the kitchen tips here by Melanie Pinola via Life Hacker: Top 10 Smart Ways to Organize Your Kitchen

 Do your dishes and cups come tumbling out when you open your kitchen cabinets? If it’s time to reorganize, you’ve come to the right place. The best way to figure out how to organize your kitchen is to think about how you use it. What items do you find yourself using every day, and which ones get shoved to the back of the cabinets? Toss out items you can do without and focus on making your cabinets functional, clean and attractive. Once you’ve organized your cabinets, you’ll look forward to cooking in your kitchen again.

Learn more here on How to Organize Kitchen Cabinets via Wikihow:





Ways to an Orderly Kitchen

What makes a kitchen great is not so much about the space as about how you organize it.

As these photos show, what makes a kitchen great is how you organize it.

Check out these photos to get some woderful ideas for your kitchen via Real Simple:
24 Smart Organizing Ideas for Your Kitchen


They don’t have a third arm, a time machine, or a clone. Just these smart (easy) tricks.

We all strive to be “that” mom. You know, the type of mom who might don a superhero costume because that’s how together she is. Well here’s the good news: You don’t need a cape or magic powers to get more organized. Take cues from the smart moms we polled to help you stay on top of things. Their moves are simple — but genius.

Read full blog here to know the 9 Things Super-Organized Moms Do Every Day via Good Housekeeping


When it comes to kitchen organization, don’t sweat the small stuff. We’ll show you all the tips and tricks you’ll need to get your kitchen back on track and clutter free.

When you don’t have much space to organize, make every inch work extra hard.

View full gallery here via DIY Network: 14 Easy Ways to Organize Small Stuff in the Kitchen


Organize Your Work Life

One of the great time management tips is to work from a clean desk, and in an organized workspace.

Just as an excellent chef cleans up the entire kitchen before and after cooking, you should organize your workspace completely before you begin your work.

Here are some great tips: [Infographic] 5 Office Organizing Tips That Will Take You From Cluttered To Productive via Brian Tracy

Productivity is all about efficiency — doing more, faster and with less. And with increasing demands from today’s anytime, anywhere workplace, it is has never been more important. To get the most out of your day, you need to focus on these three segments of your life:

Read full blog here: 10 Simple Productivity Tips for Organizing Your Work Life via Entrepreneur

The simple key to dealing with stress in the workplace is to stay organized. Whether you’re working on multiple tasks at once, or answering to more than one supervisor, it’s important for you to remain calm and chalk out a plan that works in your favour.

Check here the tips and tricks on how they stay organized:

10 SIMPLE WAYS TO GET ORGANIZED AT WORK By Louise Andre via Canadian Living