So, your life has come full circle: you’re living with your parents again. Only this time, they moved in with you.
The floor plan: a critical piece of the organizing puzzle that you rarely hear about during a big move. This tool has many benefits. It can:
Everyone can use a little organization in their life but not everyone can afford to break the bank on it. With that in mind, we’ve compiled a few tips to help you organize your home on a budget. These tips will help bring a little order to your house until you’re ready to do a […]
Before your pile of ‘stuff’ reaches Everest proportions, let’s take a realistic look at those items. When it comes down to it, you just don’t need them.
After a brief spell as empty nesters, more and more parents are welcoming their adult children back home. This is happening at a high rate, for many different reasons:
With the housing market soaring, there is serious potential to sell your home for top dollar. You’ve got to put in the effort though. Home staging is that extra wow-factor that sets your home apart, and it comes down to an organized, decluttered space. Here’s how to do it:
A major renovation is all about opportunity; for investment, for a gorgeous new room(s) design, and especially to reorganize your space. We’re going to show you how to make the most of this remodel so that you’ll be decluttered and stress-free at the end.
Moving out for the first time, especially if you’ve never experienced the jolting joy of moving away for school or a job, is one of the biggest milestones in a person’s life. For today’s young adults, this is the marker of success – whether it’s a ramen noodle or metropolitan lifestyle they’re moving to.
Our sentimentality towards objects usually goes beyond simple attachment – it’s about the memory or feeling that the object represents. The stronger the memory, the harder it is to let go. Unfortunately, holding on too tight can lead to a cluttered home! Use these five steps to help you let go of your sentimental items.
What’s the difference between bringing in a professional for your organization overhaul and doing it yourself? Ultimately, it’s the difference between a disaster and a success.