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Their tips will help you get your life together!
With everything going on in the world right now—like the pandemic and lockdown, it might be the last thing on everyone's minds to clean and get organized. Or you may simply find cleaning and organizing a tiring chore that just isn't a
We wish we knew of this sooner.
We don't know about you, but we're obsessed with jeans. With a set of denim pants in a drawer, and several piles in the closet, more often than not, we would have a hard time finding the pair we want to wear
BRB, time to see which of our things still spark joy!
Like it or not, most of us are probably guilty of buying too many things we don’t actually need. With all our online shopping finds and budol purchases piling up, a lot of these items end up cluttering our homes instead of
We know you're secretly hiding all your clutter inside your drawers!
So you've made your bed, vacuumed the floor, straightened out your desk, and now, everything in the room is looking clean and pristine... but wait. You're hiding a dirty (literally) secret—your many drawers are secretly hiding all the clutter you can't find
Whether for long-term or short-term storage
One of the probable reason why you have so much clutter in your home is the lack of storage. If you have limited space, nooks and crannies for the safe keeping of your valuables may not be available, which is why it’s
Don't get carried away by your decluttering urges!
In your pursuit of achieving a minimalist wardrobe, you could get carried away by your decluttering urges. That's why before you consider a piece worth clearing out, think twice if it really deserves that label. One way to avoid accidentally tossing an essential
It'll make organizing less overwhelming, too!
Cleaning out my closet is one of the tasks that I have a love-hate relationship with. I do get the idea that an organized wardrobe will help me quickly get ready each time I need to dress up, but I find the
Is decluttering one of your resolutions for the new year?
Now that the new year, many of us are feeling refreshed and motivated to commit to brand new resolutions. One popular New Year’s resolution is finally cutting down on your stuff and throwing out all the items lying around in your house that
These are the practical tips you can learn from Marie Kondo's new Netflix show.
With her new Netflix series Tidying Up With Marie Kondo, the expert on organizing is inspiring her viewers to do the same and only keep the possessions that "spark joy" for them. If you haven't gotten on the bandwagon yet, the New Year
Star the year with a clutter-free space.
The mere thought of sorting through a year's worth of accumulated belongings can leave us feeling exhausted. Let’s be honest, not a lot of people enjoy decluttering and organizing the home. We can't blame them as this daunting task involves going through
So far, so good!
Celebrities have enviable closets that are filled with gowns, cocktail dresses, hundreds of shoes, and designer bags, but what we don't know is that these closets eventually get stuffed, and like most of us, celebs also need to declutter.This happened to Iza
Hooks and magazine holders are your new best friends.
While some buy clothes, books, and shoes as rewards, there are those who can’t get enough of pretty bags. We’ve seen walk-in closets with shelves dedicated to all kinds of bags—from sparkling clutches and sleek shoulder bags to sturdy backpacks and designer
Time to clean up, ladies!
Every girl (or boy) who is into beauty knows that makeup is candy for grownups. Playing with every color and type of glitter is a lot of fun—it can be pretty easy to get caught up in every trend and hyped product
Dead batteries? These should keep you amused.
To get you through the merry madness, we give you a list of things to keep you amused while stuck in Christmas traffic. Except, none of these involve your phone. Curious? Keep scrolling!1. Pamper yourselfTraffic-induced stress can wreck major havoc on your
As the saying goes, “out with the old, and in with the new.”
Oftentimes, the hoarders that live inside us fear letting go pieces inside our closets. This results to a monstrous pile of clothes that haven’t been used for ages. (That dress you wore to junior prom, it’s still sitting there.) And after all