Eliminate the Clutter in Your Home and Life By Guest Writer Ella Andrews

Eliminate the Clutter in Your Home and Life         Life is a complicated thing and it involves so many aspects that you often find it very hard to manage with everything, that can come on your way. It is very difficult to decide what needs more attention and what to put on first place. Should this be the home and the order in it or you better pay more attention to the work and your career, that will let you earn more and have better life? Or is it good to go out with friends, when your children are hoping to spend a little time together with you?

There are so many choices and so many things to do, that sometimes when you take a look around you, you will find yourself piled up with unnecessary things and living in nice huge messy place, when you can not find anything that you need.

In this situation you will probably need few advices to put everything back in order, so you do not get lost in all these. You should know that the hurry will not save you time. Just the opposite you will feel under pressure all the time and you will be forgetting important things because you are short of time. So whatever you do, do it slowly for as much time as it takes and give good thinking, so you will not need to do it twice.Eliminate the Clutter in Your Home and Life2

A good place to start from can be your desk, no matter if this will be the one in your home or the one at the office. Get rid of every paper or papers that you no longer need, but have stayed on your desk for so long and have piled up with other documents. Make sure you have thrown away everything that you no longer need, because if you leave it for a little more, surely soon you will have the same piles again.

Wipe up the dust, because it creates very ugly look. It will not take much time, but the result will be very good.

Check your drawers and sort your stuff. Make sure you have opened any closet in your house and you have put everything in order and again make sure you have got rid of everything unnecessary.

Eliminate the Clutter in Your Home and Life3 Last but not least, put your thoughts in order as well. You have to be sure you know your priorities and what you can leave for later. Once you have established what is important for you, make sure you follow your system so you will not be in difficult situation or you lost your way and forgot what you should do first and what second. Get organized this way so you finish your work on time and have enough left for doing things you really enjoy.

Bio: Ella Andrews has been writing about home related matters since years. Home organizing and decorating are some of her favorite topics to treat in her work. She is constantly searching for motivation is house maintenance  related matters. Find some more of her tips and advices here: www.removalsoffice.co.uk/man-and-van/SE19-van-hire-crystal-palace.html

Kitchen Drawar Organization By Guest Writer Cindy Davis

Kitchen organizing is something we all do whenever we have to prepare a meal. Whether done consciously or without giving it too much thought it is something simply ingrained in our minds. If we want to keep our kitchen in a condition that helps instead of hindering our cooking efforts we need to have quite a few things done. Kitchen drawers are pretty much the most commonly-used area where we store the majority of what we need to do our job. Here are some tips on what you can do to keep things in order, adding functionality to your work space:Kitchen Drawer Organization

  • Prepare a junk drawer

Making sure you have one drawer for all those little bits around your kitchen you’re not certain about will ensure you can deal with the clutter. These can be mostly things you haven’t used in over a year or the odd piece of clothing that must be turned into a cleaning rag.

  • The spice drawer

Spices are essential to our cooking and that is why they deserve the preferential treatment. Having their own drawer will not only make it easier for you to find them, but it will also allow you to keep them out of sight. You can organize them by using special compartments for the spices with their own lids, where you can take as much as you need with a spoon or your fingertips. Alternately you can organize them with their bottles or spice jars if the depth of the drawer allows it.Kitchen Drawer Organization2

  • Utensil drawer

Utensils are something else we can’t do without and unless they are properly organized we will have to endure rifling through the contents of a single drawer, trying to dig out what we need. Luckily, there are plenty of organizers on the market that fit within most drawers in our kitchen furniture. Another alternative to that can be drawer dividers which allow us to compartmentalize the contents of our drawers according to our needs. They come in varying sizes that are affordable and easy to install.

  • Pot and lid drawer

Depending on your furniture you might be blessed with deep, comfortable drawers. If you have these, then you can make use of that space in the best way possible. Stacking pots inside one another or side by side is not difficult, however the lids can become a problem if the space doesn’t allow them to stay without banging around. There are lid organizers on the market, which look pretty much the same way as a plate organizer. Make use of these when you are preparing  for cleaning and organizing your N11 drawers.

  • Kitchen Drawer Organization3Canned food drawer

Depending on the size of your drawer and the amount of canned sauces, food and other canned goodies you’re using you might be able to organize them very well. You can lay them down in separate lanes using dividers to keep several cans of a tomato sauce for example. If you feel creative you can emulate the can dispensers in stores and you can have a carpenter construct one of these for  you. The use gravity to dispense individual cans, stopping them before they fall out with a little hooked end. These are sold as wire-rack varieties for cabinet or kitchen top use.

  • Grains and beans drawer

You can make use of plastic containers to keep your rice, beans, lentils or any other types of grains or beans you’re cooking with often. This will allow you quick access as well as perfect organization through proper labeling. You can also put your salt, sugar, flour and other vital ingredients here or in a similar drawer.

Bio: Cindy Davis is dedicated writer with great flair for home improvement and home remodeling projects. She is currently focused mainly on the household cleaning and organizing field and therefore her present article treats exactly this theme.