They’ve come up with some simple ideas that can really make a difference. So, if it's the first time you've left home and have never managed a household before, keep these tips handy.
The less you have the less you need to organise. Don’t store items that have no useful or emotional value.
Picking up items as you walk past and putting them away saves on big clean up days and maintains things in order.
It saves on ironing, folding and you can fit a lot more on the line.
While the kettle boils, empty or fill the dishwasher, wipe the benches, do a shopping list.
It sounds simple, but it can really make your whole room look a lot tidier.
This is ONE spot in your home where you always keep your bag, keys etc. Anything you want to remember to take with you that day goes there too.
This alleviates a big pile and mess when you are finished.
Benches, tables, chairs, beds aren't dumping grounds for paperwork etc. Everything should have a home and be put there straight away.
Walk past the bin after you collect the mail and put anything you don’t want straight in there. The rest goes to your office, desk or action station until you have time to read and deal with it.
Putting simple processes in place can save hours of time. The average person wastes 2 weeks a year looking for lost items! What could you do with all that extra time?
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