Welcome to the Organizing Secrets: 21 Days to a Better Life Series.
You all know how much I ADORE Pinterest. Seriously, love that platform, but here’s what you may NOT know…the topic that I rank on, on Pinterest, is not saving money (what I built this blog on when I first started blogging), it’s not on making money from home (what I do now and am passionate about), it’s not on recipes or kids or anything like that, it’s on Organization!
Believe it or not, Pinterest (where I get a majority of my traffic from) sees me as THE authority on Organization! You could say I’m the Marie Kondo of Pinterest! 🙂 Maybe it’s because I have a ton of really good organizational posts with room organization ideas written by a complete organizational freak, I haven’t the foggiest idea, but organization is what Pinterest sees me as the authority on.
If you want to grow your Pinterest account, find out what you rank on, create a Pinterest board on it, and post more on that topic…easy enough, right?!
In keeping with my organizational ways, I’m so excited to create a home organization tips series for you. You’re going to love it. If you want to organize your home, this is where you can learn all the ins and outs of doing just that.
This series will not only encourage you, but give you practical steps to step up your organizational skills.
Organizing Secrets: 21 Days to a Better Life
If you’re looking to organize your home, here’s a free 45+ page Household Binder you can download to help!
Day 1: How to Start Decluttering
Day 5: Organizing Your Playroom
Day 6: Organize Your Home on Less
Day 7: Organizing Photos
Day 9: Organizing Your Home Office
Day 11: Organizing Your Purse
Day 12: Organizing Paperwork
Day 13: Organizing Emails
Day 15: Organizing a Small Apartment
Day 16: Organizing Your Garage
Day 17: Organizing Your Bedroom
Day 18: Organizing Your Closet
Day 19: Organizing Your Kitchen
Day 20: Organization for the New Year
Day 21: Decluttering Kids Room
Day 22: Organizing Your Living Room
Now we get to the main room in the house, right? The room where everyone seems to come in and be comfy (not necessarily a bad thing) by taking off shoes, throwing their bags and books on the coffee table, and maybe even some laundry.
How do you fix this?
Fortunately, by going through the other days of decluttering, most of these things will have a place. For example, kids’ book bags can go in the front closet or in a cubby if you have an entry room/cabinet. The blankets you have left after getting rid of can be folded and put in a closet or basket. Shoes can go on the shoe rack. Try and keep everyone in the habit of putting those things where they go so you can truly relax and enjoy clutter-free time together as a family.