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Every year after Christmas, we create a list of new goals for our office, projects and homes.Many of them are often related to organization or specific projects we want to work on or accomplish. I thought it would be fun this year to share our New Year’s Organizing Resolutions.
January: Organize papers. Shred or recycle paper. Set up 12 folders for monthly planning and filing. Use a filing system to plan ahead with birthday cards, coupons, recipes, holiday ideas and more.
February: Organize clothes. Sort clothes in closet by color or type. Invest in new hangers to make the best use of closet space.
March: Organize computer files. Create desktop folders, organize documents and back up important files to an external hard drive.
April: Organize accounting system and budgets. It’s time to organize bill paying paperwork and systems, and assess the budget and plans for the new tax year.
By focusing on our lists each month and completing a few tasks at a time, you be less stressed all year knowing you don’t have to get everything done at once.
October, November, December - the count down beginnings (last quarter months) to 2016.
It's that time of the year again when we break out the running shoes, eat healthier for a couple of weeks and pledge to be simply perfect people.
But what about our surroundings?
How are we supposed to eat healthier if our pantries are overflowing?
How are we going to be inspired to hit the pavement every morning if we are looking at piles of clothes?
Clear your mind by clearing out the clutter. If your home is organized your mindset will be too.
A clean and balanced home is actually a launching pad for all of your other resolutions. So if you are already starting to fail at your self-resolutions try this home resolution -- find more space in your home by clearing out the clutter.
Today while I was listening to one of the local radio stations ( CBS FM) during news hour I heard that the King of Buganda had declared 1st Oct the beginning of Bulungi Bwa Ensi (general cleaning of our community).
Those days when I was still a little girl I remember we had to do Village general cleaning of the Wells, the feeder roads leading to our homes, pit latrines etc.
The above gets me asking: When do you think of doing Bulungi Bwa Ensi in your home / office?
Please do remember that where we stay or live: home or office speaks volumes about us.
If you cant or don't have the time to clean or even put your belongings in order. You can call us( Tidy Homes) to do your cleaning or organizing for both home or office.0779087725
At Tidy Home Services we do specialize in fully professional cleaning, organizing, fumigation and DE cluttering of homes and businesses.
Our main goal is to provide you with affordable solutions that will allow you work in a space that is more efficient & enjoyable.
We do service Kampala plus the suburbs areas.
We do guarantee quality,courteous and trust worthy service.
We are always happy to take on jobs of any size and duration to meet your needs.
We provide free onsite evaluations
Call or email us today to go over your needs so to enhance a clean and organized living.
A productive environment is dirt and clutter free.
Looking online at pictures of beautifully uncluttered houses is great, but making your home look just as good is even better.
Take that next step letting Tidy Homes clean your home, assist you with reorganizing it and creating functional space.
We will be glad you called.
Your Easiest Decluttering Starting Point
If you're stuck, start by setting a small goal, like tossing expired items found in your bathroom, bedroom, kitchen and closets.
Not only are expired items the main things we usually find while on our organizing projects but we realized that, that is what clients overlook, but by continuously getting rid of them it encourages people to do more.
Begin by checking the usual items, such as lipsticks, lip glosses, lotions ,oils and so much more.
Your Clutter Problem Might Not Be What You Think It Is
In order to maintain a clutter-free home, you need to get to the root of why things pile up in the first place. We do believe that most people fall into the following clutter personalities:
Too Busy = Too Many Extras: You buy items you already own because you don't have a system in place for where to store them or the time to search through all possible storage spots.
Constant Worrier = Must Save Everything: You're concerned that you "might" need something in the future, so you save everything, "just in case."
Overwhelmed in Life = Overwhelmed at Home: You don't know where to begin—so you just live with the chaos.
By identifying which category you fit into, you can avoid your weak spots. If you think you don't have time, start by carving out just 15 minutes a day to complete a small task like going through the closet ( make sure you don’t buy another pair of black shoes and yet you already have like 6 pairs)
If you're a constant worrier, take inventory of your stuff to remind yourself that you have everything you need—for right now. And if you're overwhelmed in life, empty just one drawer, clean just one shelf; when a small task is completed successfully, that will inspire you to do more.
The Next Best Thing If You Hate Labeling
We do recommend clear organizers, which do the same job. Whether you're storing linens or desk supplies, see-through containers make it obvious where everything goes.
Decluttering - It's so much more than just a practical task.
Decluttering is so much more than tidying up, so much more than making things look better.
It's a journey of self-discovery, a trip down memory lane and an insight into how you live your life.
Well I can sure you that feeling organized and DE cluttering your life has an enormous and positive effect on our wellbeing.
• Too much 'stuff' weighs us down in general
• Having things we don't need around us not only physically clogs our home and surroundings, but mentally our minds too
• The guilt of avoiding cluttered areas in our homes goes
• Productivity increases
• You feel you have room to think and more time to enjoy life
• You reduce stress and anxiety
IN ORDER TO SERVE YOU BETTER KINDLY NOTE THAT WE ARE NOT SUPPLYING HOUSE MAIDS FOR THE MOMENT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
Easy Ways to Keep Your House Clean
These days, with most of the household out in the workforce, we all know what challenges are involved to keep your house in tip top shape.
No one wants to get home from a hard day at work to find a messy house that needs to be put back in order.
We all want to get home, relax and unwind from a stressful day.
Look around your house. Is it a huge mess right now and does the thought of having to clean it make your head spin?
Why not hire some professionals to come in and give it a huge "once over" and get everything shiny and clean again.
Then, after this is done, it is up to you to keep everything in that same condition from then on.
Give us a call right now - 0779087725, 0751087725 we are always glad to here from you
We know a few things about getting organized - and staying organized and clean.
As organizing experts we help people sort through the clutter to find the gems.
Just as people are different, so are their organizing styles, so we dream up solutions based on the individual needs of our clients.
Below we share some simple tips to help you get organized in five minutes or fewer so you can start enjoying your life
Around the house
Make the bed, fluff the pillows and duvet.
Pick up dirty clothes and put them in the laundry hamper.
Put clean laundry away.
Take excess shoes out of the hallway closet or front hall and place them in the bedroom closets. Each family member should only keep one or two pairs of shoes (depending on space) by the door or hallway closet.
Go through your sock drawer and give up any socks without partners.
Gather up all your accessories (belts, hats, scarves) and let go of the ones you no longer like or use.
Gather all the wire hangers in your closet and put them in your car. Next time you go to the dry cleaners, you can take them in for recycling.
Before starting something new, spend five minutes putting away anything that's left out from the last project you worked on. This is a technique that teachers use to keep the kindergarten classroom tidy and it works equally well at home.
Toss out any spoiled food from the refrigerator.
Toss out any stale food from the pantry.
Clear out one ‘junk drawer'. Toss anything you don't need or recognize. Divide the drawer by using any small plastic containers to keep similar items together.
Clean out your wallet/purse.
Toss gum wrappers, scraps of paper and old tissues; file receipts and business cards.
Go through your cosmetics and toiletries and toss any items you no longer use or are past their expiration date (usually 6 months to a year).
Till next time bye for now.
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