Does home organizing affect your life?
Diving into a home organizing project is not what the average person wants to do on the weekend. That’s why it’s important to know what the rewards are to help motivate you. You know that after the organizing is done, it will be awesome in so many ways.
When a home is cluttered, how do you feel when you walk in the door at the end of the day? Do you sigh or moan? Do you kick something out of your way before dropping your handful of things on the counter? Our home is supposed to be our refuge. Our home is our place to get away from the world. We are supposed to be able to relax and recharge. It is very hard to do either of these with shoes and papers scattered about, a child’s 3D project in the corner, and your craft project from 3 years ago on the table.
Clutter affect our daily outlook? Nahhhh
Our environment totally affects our daily outlook. I like to say that we have a rolodex in our head and as we walk from the bedroom to the kitchen, we go over this list of things to do as we see them in our peripheral vision. Even if you don’t think about it consciously, each item or each needed task is a tiny irritation and stressor.
Home organizing in this crazy, busy life is essential to staying sane! A typical morning in an unorganized home could mean being late because you can’t find the other shoe or the car keys. It could mean you forget to grab the snacks to ball practice because you’re looking for the missing baseball glove. You feel like you’re always behind. Whether you’re in Austin or Houston, at the end of the day you just want to walk into a home that makes you feel good.
Home Organizing Means Less Stress!
Try to imagine being organized and the house running smoothly? If company is coming, it’s no big deal. Time for taxes? No problem. Finding things quickly is easy with home organization. You can also visually see all your choices of something immediately. No need to wonder or get upset because your dark blue skirt is missing. You actually know when you are about to run out of something since they are all in the same place.
Many times people buy in bulk, but when they get home, they don’t have the space for all of the items to stay together in one place. So, they end up putting the extra in two other spots. Later on, when they run out in one place, they can’t find the remainder. Therefore, the clutter grows and grows. Being organized means storing like with like. All the candles need to be in one place, all the batteries in one place, and so on. In the long run, not only does it feel so good to be organized, but it saves you time and money from buying too many products.
So, can you feel how great it would be to have your home organized? Can you imagine knowing where everything is and being able to find what you’re looking for immediately? Hands down, home organizing really makes your home run much more smoothly and just makes life so much easier. Just read what some of our clients think about their new home! Then, if you are ready for home organization, please call or reach out.