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Imagine if you could have the main areas in your house fully organized and decluttered in just 5 weeks? I’ve teamed up with four other bloggers to give ideas and strategies to help you tackle these 5 main areas:
- Overall home organization
- Desk/Office Space
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5 Weeks to a Decluttered and Organized Home
Week One: Get Started Organizing
How to Clear the Clutter When You Hate to Clean: 9 Easy Tips 9 ways to clear the clutter when you’re stressed out and you hate to clean. Let go of the guilt and comparison, just easy decluttering.
Check out these other ideas for getting started on decluttering and organizing:
Week 2: Desk & Office Space
How to Conquer Desk Clutter This Year: Get control of your desk clutter with these tips. Whether you use your desk for work, bills, or homework, you can make your desk more productive and clear it of clutter with easy steps.
Check out these other ideas on organizing your desk and office space:
Week 3: Closets
4 Surprisingly Easy Ways to Keep Clothes Closets Mess-Free: 4 closet organization tips that work for children or parents. These ideas are affordable and help your family give back to others in the process.
Check out these other ideas to declutter and organize your closets:
Week 4: Kitchen
How to Have an Organized Kitchen You Can Be Proud Of: Kitchen organization tips regardless of the size of your kitchen. Step through each area in your kitchen with these tips.
Check out these other ideas for decluttering and organizing your kitchen:
Week 5: Bathrooms
How to Make a Wall Hanging Jewelry Organizer You Will Love: How to organize your jewelry and make a hanging wall organizer that will last for years. No more cluttering up your bathroom sink with your jewelry.
Check out these other ideas to organize the rest of your bathroom: