It is a difficult thing to live in a cluttered house, and for many of us clutter has become a way of life. If the mess that is in the rest of your house has crept into your bedroom it is time to learn how to de-clutter a bedroom, and take control of that part of your house.
I don’t know about you but I have a hard time getting a good night’s sleep when I know that the bedroom is cluttered. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, it’s similar to the change in feeling that you get when you clean out your car. It’s like you are driving a new automobile and it can be a very pleasant experience. Here are 3 steps to declutter your bedroom so you can get that feeling in there as well.
First, you need to prioritize what you are going to do. There are big parts to the clutter and small parts to the clutter. I usually call this part of the process making a little pile of crap out of a big pile of crap. Throw out what needs to be thrown out and try organizing the clutter into smaller manageable piles. Getting this done first will let you see some progress and help motivate you to finish the job.
Next, you want to attack the room like a wave. Start in one corner of the room and work your way around systematically. You won’t accomplish much if you try to piece the room together all at one time, and as you work your way across the room looking at what you have already done can be very motivational.
The final phase will be to finish up any loose ends. There are always some things that are left over, and especially if you have a problem with procrastination this will be an issue. Make sure that you finish what you have started, and then come up with a system to keep it that way.
If you find that clutter is taking over your life and your home it’s time to remove the mess and take control again.
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