by ASHLEY ABRAMSON
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Get out your tape measure, a piece of paper, and a calculator to make sure what you are buying will really solve your organizational problems.
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Keep things simple and stick to
just a few different products per space.
The same goes for sizes.
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Storage solutions are best left for dessert: the treat you get after you’ve cleared your plate.
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A consistent aesthetic can make your space feel more cohesive, but too much decor is counterproductive.
Your space didn’t become disorganized overnight. Most clutter accumulates over time, out of habit.
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Shop mindfully by keeping items in your cart for 24 hours before clicking “buy.”
Bins can be a great asset for keeping your things orderly so put stickers on the sides so they’re easy to ID.
Boxes take up unnecessary space and add clutter so get rid of packaging to make it easier to see how much is left.
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Have a daily organizing routine you can achieve in the long-run.
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Instead of aiming for a perfectly organized home, which can be paralyzing, pick an area and just get started.