A CALM AND PEACEFUL NIGHTS SLEEP – THE BEDROOM
Today is day four of National Organising Week. Yesterday I focused on the busiest from of your home. Today I want to focus on what should be the calmest room in your home. The bedroom should be a place to relax after and busy day and most important of all facilitate a restful nights sleep.
What’s cluttering up your bedroom?
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Day Four of National Organising Week.
Follow my simple tips to maintain a clutter free bedroom.
The bedroom is one of the most private rooms in our home. Ideally it should be your peaceful sanctuary. However, it can easily become chaotic if there is too much furniture, clothes and displaced items from other rooms in your home.
Reducing the clutter will save you time getting dressed and cleaning the room.
There are a few simple routines that you can do each day to create a calm relaxing uncluttered space.
1. Make your bed
2. Open the curtains
3. At the end of the day hang up your clothes or put into the laundry
4. Once a week review any random items that have appeared in the bedroom and return to the correct room
If your wardrobe is bursting open but you feel like you’ve got nothing to wear, it’s time to declutter and organise wardrobe your clothes, shoes and accessories.
TOP TIP FOR WARDROBES – THE HANGER TECHNIQUE
Once you’ve decluttered and reorganised your wardrobe you can try the hanger technique to determine how much of your wardrobe you are wearing.
Simply hang all your clothes in the wardrobe with the hanger hook facing outwards. Every time you wear an item hang it back with the hanger hook facing inwards (the correct way). Over a few months you’ll see how much of your wardrobe you actually wear and any further items that need to be recycled. This will also make you more mindful of new items being added to the wardrobe.
Using the same hangers in your wardrobe also makes more effective use of the space that you have.
Lets keep organising!
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