If you regularly struggle to find everyday items like keys, wallets, cups of tea, etc., then maybe you’re facing the household pest that is called “clutter.” The average American spends around 55 minutes a day looking for things in their home, and 96% said they thought they would have more time if their home was more organized. So why not take a look at these handy de-cluttering tips to keep your home in order and make life that little bit easier.
Over the last half century, Americans began a collection: stuff. We collect everything. Our dresser drawers overflow, our closets bulge, and our garages hold cardboard boxes rather than family sedans. How did this happen? How do we put the brakes on it?
Wholesale Furniture Brokers presents a number of facts and figures about the growing usage of micro dwellings as homes. They start by offering information about the people who own micro dwellings. Next, they introduce a few famous micro dwelling owners and provide a few facts about their homes. Finally, they outline a number of helpful tips and recommendations to help you make the most of the space you have in your current home.
Can you guess which are the fastest players in NFL history? Sure we’ve had some great players, but which have been the fastest? In this infographic, reminiscence on the past and find out which players run faster, what positions they played, what teams they played for during their career and what other accomplishments they had during their career.
No one really likes clutter, and summer time is the best time to get rid of stuff you don’t need or use anymore. Check out the infographic below presented by SpareFoot to learn 15 reasons why you should clear out clutter in your home.
We all know how difficult it is to de-clutter a house, but this task can become a lot simpler with the help of this complete guide, “Your One Month Guide To Beating Clutter,” developed by the folks at Terrys Fabrics.
Take the time to clear out all the clothes that don’t suit you and find a system for storing the remainder. You will end up with a streamlined wardrobe with clothes that are easy to find instead of being scrunched up on the floor. Try color coordinating items of clothing to find different outfit combinations. This and other tips below in the following infographic from the folks at Apartment Geeks.
This infographic, published by BundleCity.com, provides a nice illustration of the various ways you can get and keep your eletronics organized and free up some of your living space.
Living in a small space doesn’t necessarily mean you need to think small. There are many ways that you can make your apartment modern over messy and cozy rather than cramped. ForRent.com shows you how to turn a small apartment into an organized and stylish space.