How to Keep Your Room Clean and Organized

· 09/11/2013 2
5 Bedroom Decluttering Tips, How to Keep Your Room Clean and Organized, Bedroom Deep Cleaning Checklist

How to Keep Your Room Clean and Organized: Keeping your room clean on a daily basis is substantially easier than trying to do a massive cleaning every few weeks and for those of you who say cleaning your room everyday ain’t nobody got time for that let me show you indeed how you do have time for that and it all starts with your laundry most of the messed in most of our bedrooms comes from laundry being strewn about and trust me I know the feeling of coming home from a long day of doing something and all you want to do is get all of your clothes off your body climb into bed and get on to the business of sleeping but after a few days of doing this laundry piles up in your whole room starts to look like disaster I know you know what I’m talking about so the simple solution is to you is a hamper or a laundry basket and keep your dirty laundry in one place not only do you save time when you need to gather all your laundry together when you actually decide to do it but it keeps the floor clear of socks shirts and your under crackers for clothing that you will wear again hang your clothes up or put them in drawers you can even leave hangers out on your bed in the morning to encourage this behavior when you get home it really takes about eight seconds to do I’ve gotten into the habit as well and it really helps make your bed make your bed every day the process of making one’s bed is not rocket surgery and it doesn’t take long at all.

When tidying everything has a place so all you need to do is just put everything that’s out of place back in place and as with any habit within days of doing it it’s now a newly-developed routine and you’re going to include it as part of your day this is so worth the effort I promise shared room shared responsibilities let me repeat that a shared room means shared responsibilities so it’s up to everyone who resides in that room to pitch in and help create a schedule that works for all parties and ideally clean at the same time use to laundry hampers instead of one etc just make something up that works for you but you may live with an unrelenting slob you know who they are and you can’t change them you can’t even inspire them that’s their issue which will stay with them until they decide to change so give up the fight all you can do is focus on you and what makes you feel good and happy so if you do tidy and make it part of your day and your well-being let me stress that then you compile their items respectfully and let them deal with it on their own just do it in a poll I recently made up it was scientifically proven that small easy jobs are way easier to tackle than big overwhelming ones I know it’s true for me at least I’d rather spend three minutes every day tending to my room than three hours of disaster recovery help on any given Sunday now of course the bigger Queens do need to happen but you’ll find them much easier to do with this regular maintenance and for those of you who commented in my last room cleaning article about how clean my messy room was you will now know the feeling of how easy it is to clean a room that’s actually been maintained if you haven’t seen it check it out and we will link it at the end of this video do this bigger cleaning every couple of weeks and if you tidy in between put your clothes away and make your bed daily you will see a major difference in the cleanliness of your room I bet you’ll even impress yourself if your room is a disaster zone clean it thoroughly once and then commit to days of making your bed daily which takes two minutes tidying which takes five minutes and putting your clothes away each day three simple things and that will take you under minutes each day to do at the end of those days you will notice that your room has never looked better.

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