13+ Secrets Personal Organizers Would Never Tell You for Free
Create 5 piles.
To make an organizing project go faster:
It will always take you at least five times longer
Your goal should be to remove the clutter, not create more storage space.
The number one problem for all my clients? Too much paper.
Are you holding on to a big piece of the past?
Sure, you could sell that item on eBay.
Watch out for flat surfaces...
Anything that needs to go somewhere should be in your car...
Put everything on your calendar.
My biggest secret?
If you have lots piles of papers you’re always looking through,
Please, get rid of that storage unit.
My favorite tip for a roomier kitchen
Here’s my favorite little kitchen tip:
Go into your closet today and hang everything backward on the rod.
Here’s a simple way to transform your closet:
Maximize your closet space
I love hanging shoe bags.
Moms who have desks:
You’re going to be more motivated to get an area organized
Ditch the cardboard.
I swear I’m not a neat freak.
Your kids will be so grateful...
Parents feel so guilty...
My biggest motivator for being organized:
Sources: Professional organizers Kate Brown, owner of Impact Organizing in Sarasota, Florida; Laurie Martin, owner of Simplicity in Charlotte, North Carolina; Julie Isaacs, founder of The Uncluttered Home in Scotch Plains, New Jersey; Melissa Picheny, owner of declutter + design in New York City; and Maria Gracia, author of Finally Organized, Finally Free and owner of getorganizednow.com.