You don't need a renovation to get more storage space in your kitchen — you only need inspiration. Get some with these clever kitchen storage ideas.
You don't treasure all those knick-knacks — you cherish the memories they conjure. Here's how to clear the clutter and still keep what matters.
It's likely your garage has become a safe place for all your old clutter. Quit hanging onto old junk and let it go. Start with this short list.
From party favors to fridge and pantry organizers, these chalkboard paint projects will spiff up your space, and help you remember what's in it!
Kitchen clutter takes many forms — expired food, gadgets we never use, appliances that crowd countertops. If you don't need it — toss it!
Americans waste as much as 40% of the food they buy. Do your part to reduce food waste by making the most of your fridge and freezer space.
One thing organized people don't have in their homes is a lot of clutter (or they hide it really, really well). Find out where.
Where has the day gone? Maybe you've wasted it on one or more of these little time sinks.
Maybe you're sentimental, or maybe you subscribe to "out of sight, out of mind," but whatever the reason, stop hanging onto your old junk!
If you don't do morning right, chances are the rest of the day is shot, too. Set aside 10 minutes early to set the stage for a productive day.
Bust your clutter with the help of these five words. Here's a hint — they all begin with the letter "R".
Boost your decluttering efforts by tidying your mind with a clear mantra and stay focused on keeping only the things that satisfy your goals, wants, and desires.
Even good habits take effort, so make sure the ones you've committed to aren't actually doing more harm than they're worth.
Whether you're on hold with customer service or just have an extra minute or two, tackle one of these projects RIGHT NOW to make your life more awesome.
Got a problem with clutter? Make this one commitment, and your house (and life) will become awesomely clutter-free.
If your living space is cluttered and you just don't know where to put everything, try one of these clever ways to keep your stuff out of sight.
Get all of your sleep cycles in by creating a fast and efficient morning routine that leaves you more time to snooze.
What if you could declutter and still keep all your awesome stuff? You can — here's how!
The evidence is clear that multitasking isn't very productive. But that doesn't mean multitasking isn't an efficient use of time — if you can learn to juggle.
You don't have to follow ALL of these declutterifc rules to keep your place tidy — even if you just choose three or four to follow, you can start living clutter-free.
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