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Simple Tips for Maximizing Your Small Space

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Living in a small space can be challenging. In addition to the limited square footage, living in a smaller home can also mean you have less storage space. But with some creativity and organization tips, small spaces don’t have to be restrictive. The key is to create functional layouts that reduce clutter and compartmentalize areas for easy access. Check out these helpful organizing ideas for compact living: Create a central hub and hide clutter A key strategy for organizing a small space is to create a centralized hub. It’s the hub of your organization, the place where you keep your most frequently used items. The hub can be a room, an area of the room, or a piece of furniture. The point is that it is where you want to keep the things you use most often. It’s your starting point for getting things done and keeping your small space clutter-free. If you decide to make a room your hub, you’ll need to consider how to fit everything you need into that room. If you choose to make an area in a room your hub, you’ll need to decide what furniture to place. One solution is to purchase storage furniture, such as bookcases, cabinets, and drawers, that can help you organize your space. Use vertical storage Wall-mounted shelving is a great way to store items in a small space. It not only adds a decorative element but also maximizes storage space. It’s also easy to install and a great solution for renters who don’t have a lot of wall space to work with. Use hooks to store frequently used items. This will help keep your small space organized by giving you an easy place to put items you don’t want cluttering your counters or floors. You can also use hooks to store items you don’t have room for in drawers or cupboards. Build n’ free up floor space Floors can be prime real estate in small spaces, so make use of them ...



November 15th, 2022


Organzing your Bathroom

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Do you feel like your bathroom is overflowing with products, makeup, and hair care tools? Makeup applicators and brushes seem to multiply overnight. Even worse, all these things compete for space in your bathroom! If you’re struggling to find a place for everything and keep everything in its place, you’re not alone. The struggle is real when it comes to keeping the vanity tidy – especially if you share the space with other people. Thankfully, a few simple steps will help you reclaim control of this chaos. Follow these organizing tips and tricks and get the space back under control. Tidy up your toiletry collection If you’ve neglected to tidy up the toiletry collection in your bathroom, you may be facing a serious mess. It’s best to tackle this problem before it gets out of hand. If you’re trying to find a place for everything in a small space, you might consider organizing your bottles and jars by category. Remember, similar items should go together. You might want to sort your items into categories such as skincare, hair products, makeup, or hygiene products like deodorant, toothpaste, and mouthwash. You can keep all your items in one place by storing them in a stylish and functional tray or caddy. If you’re struggling for space, you can try stacking your jars with under-counter storage organizers. Another option is an over-the-door organizer. You can find a variety of different organizers to hold everything from your toiletries to your hair tools, makeup, and even your skincare products. You can also use an over-the-door organizer to group together smaller items and make them easier to find. For example, you can group your hair tools, makeup brushes, and applicators. An over-the-door organizer is a great way to tidy up your bathroom and make it easier to find what you’re looking for. Install hooks for your towels and bathrobe If you’re always struggling to find a place to hang your bathrobe or towels, you ...



October 6th, 2022


How To Organize Your Home Like A Pro - The Ultimate Guide

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Are you tired of tripping over your shoes, losing your sunglasses, and struggling to find the TV remote? If so, you're not alone. Many people struggle to organize their homes because they don't know where to start. Thankfully, there are simple solutions that anyone can implement within a few hours or even a single afternoon. Whether you have an untidy closet at home or a cluttered desk at work, being organized is helpful in almost any situation. Fortunately, getting your life into order doesn't necessarily require a massive time commitment or an advanced degree in organizational studies, even though it may seem like it. Even if you've tried and failed before, you can master the art of getting organized once and for all with these tricks and tips. What's Stopping You from Being Organized? Before you start any organizational project, it's essential to understand what's holding you back. Here are a few common reasons why people struggle with getting their houses in order. Limited Time - If you're overworked or have a large family to care for, it can be challenging to find time to get everything in order. Be realistic with your expectations, and don't try to tackle everything at once. Break your projects down into smaller tasks. Once you've conquered these small tasks, you'll feel more confident tackling more extensive projects. One way to stay focused is to use a timer to keep yourself on task. You're less likely to get distracted when you have a specific time to work on a project. For example, say you want to clean out a cluttered closet. To start the timer, you'll mark the time when you pull out the first item. Once the timer goes off, you'll mark it again and move on to the next item. This way, you'll have a better idea of how long each project takes and can better plan your time. Using a timer will also be less likely to get demotivated. Tidy Up Your Bedroom Many people struggle ...



September 19th, 2022


Organizing Your Self Storage Unit

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Are you thinking about renting a storage unit? Congratulations! That's a significant first step towards becoming a more organized person. It's also the first step to getting your home, office, or other space back from that messy monster. With kids, pets, and a busy schedule, clutter can take over in no time. With the addition of self-storage space, you can reduce the amount of clutter in your home and sort through the items at your own pace. Whether you rent a climate-controlled storage unit or a non-climate one, you'll need to set up your unit so that essential items are easily accessible. The ultimate goal in planning out your storage space is that when the time comes, and you need something from your storage unit, you know where it is and have quick access to it. What You Should Know Before Organizing Your Storage Unit Before you start, take a few minutes to understand key facts about storage units. These are helpful to know if you have never rented a storage unit before or want to become better prepared for the experience. • Cost of renting storage units - The cost will vary depending on where you live and where you rent, but expect to pay anywhere from $90 to $200 per month for a standard 10'x10' unit. • Accessibility of storage units - While storage units are great for keeping stuff out of the way, you will need to know the facility's access hours. Some facilities offer 24-hour access with keypad codes, while others have stricter access hours. Storage facilities commonly have gate and security cameras to keep your items secure. • Insurance & protection - If you're storing expensive items, it's essential to know what kind of insurance and protection your storage facility offers. Does your storage company have a policy on the goods stored in the facility? Do they cover flood damage? Many facilities will offer tenant protection insurance as part of their monthly bundled rate. ...



July 27th, 2022