For homes that are sinking under mounds of stuff and people who use every excuse in the book to avoid finishing off those half-done DIY jobs, Organize Your Home Day is the perfect opportunity to get things done.
Organize Your Home Day is an ideal chance to get your home in order and look forward to a brighter, clutter-free future. Most of us admit to letting things slip from time to time when it comes to tidying and cleaning up, but we all know that mounds can soon become mountains.
If your home is steeped in stuff, or you haven’t got around to tackling those half-finished jobs that have been niggling you for months, Organize Your Home Day is exactly what is needed. A chance to tidy up, clear out, and freshen up your home, you may be surprised at what a difference a day’s hard graft can make.
History of Organize Your Home Day
Organize Your Home Day was launched to encourage homeowners to get down to the nitty-gritty and whip their nests into shape. Many of us are guilty of closing doors on cluttered rooms and letting piles of stuff accumulate, even though we know tidying up and decluttering would make us feel better.
A lack of time and energy can make tasks seem unappealing and daunting, but this is a day that changes everything. Bringing a renewed sense of enthusiasm, taking part in this celebration of taking control and getting organized is a perfect opportunity to restore order. A single day can pave the way for weeks and months of content and calm, and it will enable you to fall in love with your home all over again.
Adopting a new way of living at home can make life less stressful and save valuable time when you’re looking for something in a hurry. Getting out of the door in the morning can be tricky enough without having to rush around searching for a sports kit, a lunch box or the spare key. Decluttering will bring rewards for the whole family and make it much easier to stay on top of tidying in the future.
How to celebrate Organize Your Home Day
Tidying may not seem like the most exciting activity, but there are plenty of ways to have fun while celebrating Organize Your Home Day. Get friends, family members and neighbors involved, put some music on, and enjoy the process of brightening up your home and working your way through stacks of stuff and to-do lists.
Create a plan of action, tackle all those jobs that have been lingering for months, arm yourselves with cleaning products and spruce up your home ready to relax in comfort at the end of a busy day. Donate items that are in good condition to charity or try and earn a little extra cash with a yard sale. Reward those who helped out with a homemade feast or invite friends around a cozy movie night once you’ve recovered.