“I don’t know what I would’ve done without you.”
— Mrs. P. —
Busy and hectic lives oftentimes mean throw “it” in the cabinet wherever it lands. This results in hunting and gathering when “it” is needed. A small fix is the step-up shelf photographed here where we can clearly see what’s in the cabinet and grab and go when “it” is needed. That’s a time saver for the busy and hectic.
A few minutes spent on this drawer made all the difference in the world! That’s it! It took just 10 minutes to sort it and organize it. Using drawer inserts my client already had, see how much easier preparing a quick lunch will be! Easy! Simple! That’s living organized!
Tip of the Week
At the risk of sounding morbid, why wait? Why wait until you are too old, or your health fails or you… die? Why leave the clutter for your loved ones?
The task of decluttering doesn’t have to be morbid. It’s empowering and may even give you a “new lease on life.” Why not enjoy a decluttered home while you are healthy and where family and friends want to come visit?
Have order surround you by getting rid of things you don’t need. If trashing, recycling or donating isn’t your “thing,” offer your belongings to friends and family whenever you see them.
Decluttering is a process, but O! so rewarding! Don’t wait… don’t put it off, begin now while you are young, healthy and still… alive.