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We’ve all got a lot of tasks in our hands which keep us busy all the time, because of this, it’s very easy to neglect or forget to do some chores which then results to clutter and buildup. By the time we are available, it will be too stressful and discouraging because there is already a lot of buildup and clutter that you just don’t know where to start. So, make sure to make it a habit and keep a routine to ensure a clean and neat house, not only is it aesthetically pleasing but it can also give you some sort of relief and relaxation. Learn 7 professional tips for keeping a clean and organized home with this video tutorial by LilyBirdTime on YouTube.
Tip #1: Make sure everything has a place
Assign a designated spot for everything in your home, when everyone in your family knows where a specific item is stored, it will be easier to put them back in place and keep everything organized. Although it may take some time to get everyone on board, once they do, it will be worth it.
Tip #2: Put everything away after use
This is an obvious and simple tip, but failing the put items back where they belong is the main culprit of untidiness and will surely result in clutter piling up in the house. By the time you decide to clean, it will be more stressful and time-consuming than when you put everything back in place immediately after use. Develop a habit and train yourself and your family to put everything away properly, and encourage everyone to return every item to their designated spots.
Tip #3: Implement a ‘One In, One Out’ rule
This tip is a simple but effective one, all you need to remember is to let go of an existing item after every new item purchase. Instead of storing the old ones away, make sure to put them away, if they’re broken throw them out, or give them away. This will ensure that your possessions won’t accumulate unnecessarily.
Tip #4: Set aside time each day for decluttering
*Watch the video tutorial for more cleaning tips and hacks
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