6 Blogs to Help You Get Organized
Maybe 2014 is THE year you're determined to put everything in its right place, streamline your life, and become more efficient. Or maybe you're looking for the best way to sort out your refrigerator, kids' room, office space, handbag, etc. etc. Or … perhaps you just want to see how The Organized People live. (It's a very pretty, very enlightened, and extremely tidy world!) You need to check out these blogs and their brilliant ideas to help you manage your life.
Amanda is a professional organizer -- that's right, she does this for a living! She's just embarked on an eight-week home organization tutorial. The first post -- on organizing your kitchen and pantry -- delves deeper than just smart fixes to clutter problems. Instead, it gives you a step-by-step process for making the best kitchen for YOUR life. Bookmarking!
- Follow Kuzak's Closet on BlogHer
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One Good Thing By Jillee
There's a reason Jill Nystul has so many followers on Pinterest: Her blog of organization tips, craft ideas, recipes, shortcuts, and hands-on solutions is like a Hip Hints From Heloise for the modern reader -- everything, from the most domestic to the most inspiring, is easy to read, follow, and achieve.
Start with her Bright Idea section .
- Follow One Good Thing By Jillee on BlogHer
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- Follow One Good Thing By Jillee on Twitter
I Heart Organizing
Last week, Jen shared her approach to living a de-cluttered life in a post called Where Do I Begin? It's a great, honest look at the frustrations and benefits of getting and staying organized, with tips for impulse projects AND plan-ahead projects. If you're ready to get started, head to her neatest under-kitchen-sink area of all time.
11 Magnolia Lane
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A Bowl Full of Lemons
Read the "read first" section on A Bowl Full of Lemons and you instantly know that Toni's efficient: Her content is organized into series around topics like cleaning, emergency prep, and budgeting (home organization's in there, too, of course). And if you've ever doubted whether color-coding was really worth it, just one glance at the gorgeous project photos here will convince you.
The only thing actually overflowing at It's Overflowing is creator Aimee's brain. Her Organize section is full of smart ways to de-clutter everything from outdoor toys to magazines to bobby pins. Start with her roundup post, 31 Days of Everything in Its Place.
- Follow It's Overflowing on BlogHer
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- Follow It's Overflowing on Twitter
Got another favorite organizing blog? Share it in the comments!
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