The best organised spaces are those that function for their intended purpose. The reality is many people need a space, like their home office, to function in more ways than one thing. Over time, clutter will build up and block the usage of the space more than it should be. Here, we'll show you the spaces you should declutter every week.
Your bathroom is one of the most important areas to focus on weekly. This is the area many people spend their most time in the house, so clutter can accumulate in here quickly. And when this happens, your house can be one big mess. If you have lots of makeup, hair care and nail products, it's very important to have an organised spot for each item. Not only does it keep them organised and together, but it gives you time to declutter them on a regular basis.
The fridge is a household essential that many of us forget to declutter regularly. While we take the time to throw things away in the trash, we often don't give a second thought to the stuff sitting on our fridge. This can get pretty dangerous because mould, bacteria and even mildew can grow if it's not kept clean regularly.
Keep your fridge tidy by getting rid of the old condiments, sauces and food that hasn't been used in a long time. You can also freeze your old sauces and condiments to use later to avoid spoilage and have a cycle of throwing them out when they turn bad.
We spend so much of our time in the bedroom, so it makes sense to use it as a place to keep things meant for other rooms in the house.
The reality is your bedroom becomes the place where you store items like cleaning supplies, extra clothes and towels. However, your bedroom is a place for sleeping, and keeping items that aren’t for that purpose will just leave your room messy.
Moreover, you want to declutter your bedroom regularly because it's a reflection of the rest of your house. You want your bedroom to be a relaxing space you can spend time in, whether you’re sleeping at night or having a quick afternoon nap.
The pantry isn't just for food. It's a place where you can keep items that make food preparation and cleanup easier.
By cleaning your pantry weekly, you’re allowing more space for food storage and making it easier for you to grab ingredients when you need them for cooking. If you have things stashed away in your pantry, like extra containers or plastic bags, then you need to get rid of them. This can free up a lot of space for you to use.
Declutter Your Spaces
So there you have it, four spaces you need to declutter every week: the bathroom, the bedroom, your refrigerator and your pantry. It’s important to remember that none of these areas is optional; they all contribute to a clutter-free environment. After all, your home is not segregated into separate areas; they are all connected to each other. So don’t think twice—just get started!
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