These days, in between work and picking children up from school, many of us struggle to keep our homes organised.
Whether you’re living in one bedroom apartment or a penthouse, it is always hard to control mess in your apartment, especially if it isn’t even yours.
Dedicate one day to get the house sorted for the coming week. A Sunday often works best to cook, vacuum, mop, clean, change the sheets, replace the towels, get all washing done and disinfect benches and surfaces before the mess begins to build up again. Unless you live by yourself, this should be a team effort, so get everyone helping one way or another.
Avoiding clutter in a small space is hard. When you move home you should always allocate things that won’t make it to the new home – either by recycling, throwing out, selling or donating to charity.
If you have realised that you have hoarded too much, it is never to late to sell, bin or give to charity.
Don’t be spontaneous in your purchasing
Are you one of those people that continually buy things you don’t need and can’t actually fit in your apartment? There is a trick to it, before you buy, make yourself earn it – make a rule that you cannot buy anything until you’ve thought about it for 4-5 days. Most purchases made are spur of the moment buys, where the purchaser doesn’t truly think about what they are purchasing.
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