Category: Clutter Control

Teaching Your Children to Organize: Stop Tossing Their Stuff!

If there is one thing I’m most passionate about when it comes to organizing is the importance of teaching kids’ how to organize when they are young. But the problem I see over and over again is that parents wait until their kids aren’t home to go into their rooms and start tossing things out. […]

Filed under: Before and After, Clutter Control, Kid Stuff, Purging, The Organizing PROCESS

3 Simple Tips for an Organized Medicine Cabinet

The following is a guest post from regular contributor, Yuni at Love Your Abode. Once a year, I like to clean out and go through all the items in my medicine cabinet. Whether or not you have a medicine cabinet, drawer, or shelf, here are 3 simple tips to keeping these items organized. Here’s a BEFORE shot. […]

Filed under: Before and After, Clutter Control, Containerizing, Guest Bloggers, Yuni

How to Keep a Playroom Organized When Your Kids Play with Everything

The following is a guest post from regular contributor, Emily R. at My Love For Words. I have to be honest. Most days, I seriously question whether young kids and organization can happily coexist. Sometimes I feel like no matter how much I declutter and sort through toys, my kids will always act like little […]

Filed under: Clutter Control, Emily R., Guest Bloggers, Kid Stuff, Uncategorized

How to Declutter Like a Pro

In 2014 I started taking photos of some my purge piles throughout the year of the stuff I donated to our local thrift store. When I began sharing these pictures on Instagram many people commented that they found these pictures to be motivating for their own decluttering efforts. This is a picture collage I created […]

Filed under: Clutter Control, Purging