Organize Your Home
You’ve probably heard the old phrase “A place for everything, and everything in its place.” But when was the last time you could describe your home that way? Occasionally, things get out of hand, or you’re simply tired of an untidy room or cluttered closet and need a little help sorting out the mess. Whether your question is how to start organizing your home, how to know if you should keep an item or get rid of it, or how to maintain the organized home you’ve achieved, we’ve found helpful Web sites that can give you some answers.
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Don’t waste all that hard work you put into getting your home organized by letting it slip. The following Web sites offer some tips that may help you maintain your organized home and keep it clean in just a few minutes a day.
- If you find the sorting and organizing you’ve accomplished getting undone over time, take a minute to go back and read through the sites we’ve recommended earlier in this guide to help you get back on track again.
- Some Web sites from professional organizers offer ways to stay organized on their Web sites. Others may have free newsletters that provide periodic tips for maintaining an organized home.
For help keeping your home organized …
published this guide about how to keep your home organized once you’ve gone through the initial effort of bringing some order to your space. See the “Related Articles” section on the right for some recommendations of helpful household items that can keep you uncluttered and some great “Organization Inspiration” photos for even more ideas.
The Organized Life
is the Web site of Ann Bingley Gallops, a professional organizer and feng shui consultant in New York City. Along with some helpful tips for getting and staying organized, Gallops offers a free newsletter that offers you monthly advice about how to maintain an orderly home. The remainder of the site is primarily devoted to promoting Gallops and her services.
is a great site for people who need friendly reminders to get things done. Forgetting to file your paperwork or straighten up your home every once in a while? Tell HassleMe what you need to be hassled about, and the site will send you intermittent e-mails reminding you to get on it. The site works well for other tasks, too, like making sure you remember to call your mom.
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