Why on earth would you spend more time than you need to on menial tasks? In our daily lives, we have enough to worry about than not having the right clothes ready for tomorrow, or packing the right kind of lunch. Our lifestyles keep getting faster by the decade, it’s high time that our homes played a more helpful role. It has to begin with how we organize our lifestyle. The helpful tools we have at our disposal are features in the home. Your wardrobe, pantry, laundry area, and the foyer to name a few, play key roles in getting your ready as quickly as possible to go out and be at your best.
What to wear, what to wear?
You’re not the only one that occasionally stands in front of your wardrobe wondering what you should wear. It makes things harder when you have a wardrobe that is scattered and cluttered. Here’s how you can organize your wardrobe to efficiently choose your outfit. Everything must move, from left to right.
- The top space should be used for larger items such as towels, bedsheets, and hats.
- The furthest left should be things that you wear frequently, such as hats and scarves.
- The further right should be a utility, such as pillow covers and bath sheets.
- The lower rail space is for all your tops, both formal and informal.
- The furthest left should be items that you wear every day such as t-shirts, crop tops, full sleeve tops, jumpers, and dresses.
- The further in the middle you go you should have jackets, coats and then formal wear such as evening gowns.
An enjoyable quick morning
The thing about kitchens that annoys many homeowners are, they often get left in the same muddled fashion, once you get used to it. You know cereal shouldn’t be in this cupboard and rice and pasta packs shouldn’t be over there. But, once you settle into your house, you just muddle on. However, if you have a customized pantry where you could keep all your food, categorized into groups and clearly given each food type it’s own space, you could have far better early groggy half-awake mornings. So, How Do You Organize Snacks in a Pantry? The best way is to put the children’s snacks on the lower shelf. Use bins to keep individual items separate from one another for hygiene purposes. Pull-out shelves will help with restocking empty shelves.
After all the hard work you’ve done to reorganize your disheveled home, you don’t want to fall at the final hurdle. Keeping shoes separate in their own cubby hole will prevent them from falling on top of each other and becoming mixed up. Creating different tiers would help, such as casual, smart casual, formal, comfort and home. Not lingering with the decision of what kind of shoes to wear is half the battle, before you decide which ones would go best with your outfit.
There’s so much elegance in a home that presents all your options without any of the confusion or clutter. Organizing your lifestyle will speed up your day and lower your stress levels.