Hang like items with like items. Blazers with blazers, dresses with dresses and so on. Now that is a pretty basic rule of thumb but this is what blew my mind: Arrange your clothes so that they rise to the right. Imagine a large square in front of you. Try tracing in the air an arrow from the bottom right to the upper left. Ok now try doing to same thing starting on the bottom left and going to the upper right. Didn’t rising to the right feel “lighter” or more optimistic!? “Li
I have finally started reading The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo and I can’t stop. This morning I woke up and went through all my clothes and found a full garbage bag of items to get rid of. Now one garbage bag might not seem like a lot but I am constantly getting rid of thing (I mean, I’m a personal organizer for a reason) and I was shocked by how many more items I was holding on to then I really needed in my life. The most helpful take away so far from th
Keep yourself on track with a goal list. It can be really helpful to have a constant reminder of your weekly objectives. Put it somewhere you will see everyday, like the refrigerator. It’s more visual then a regular to-do list and the post-it notes are easy to change out as you accomplish your tasks.
I read a lot of organizing articles (WHAT?!) and this is definitely one of the best on paper organization I have ever found. Crystal Paine really breaks down the process of eliminating paper clutter before it starts with THREE easy steps. 1. Find Out Where the Paper Is Coming From 2. Stop Hanging Onto Anything You Don’t Absolutely Need 3. Implement the “Touch It Once” Policy Check it out the full article HERE! Definitely worth the read.