There are generally four major storage areas in your house outside of cupboards, drawers, closets and under beds. These areas are attics, garages, basements and outdoor sheds. These major storage areas are designed to allow you to store seasonal items or less frequently used items. Attics and basements are also often used to store keepsakes and memories. Memories in the forms of photos, Read More
HomeZada was honored to secure leading professional organizer, Regina Lark’s time for some helpful tips on getting organized and the value of being organized. Regina is the founder and president of A Clear Path: Professional Organizing for Home, Work, Life. As a Board Certified Professional Organizer, she specializes in working with people with chronic disorganization, ADHD, and hoarding disorders, as well as folks who have way too much stuff. Regina believes in her industry and supports it through her active role as a NAPO Board Member. She is the author of Psychic Debris, Crowded Closets: The Relationship Between the Stuff in your Head and What’s Under your Bed. Read More
Every now and then we all need help with de-cluttering our homes. When de-cluttering, we often need to identify what to throw out and what to keep? This can be challenging if we love all of our items. But once we decide on what to keep, we need to determine where they go in our homes. There are always great ways to create space savers. Once the decision has been made to remove items, donating or selling the items will help make room for the items being kept.
Space savers are always important to storing items. How do we work more efficiently in our home with items that have dual solutions or can be stored in unique places? These questions and more are answered in the following infographic from FlexiSpace. The know about storage and work space areas, because it is their core business and what they do best. Take a look at this infographic for some more tips on what to do with the items you have and help define the items that may be sent away. Read More
Summer is here! With the longer days and — if you’re lucky — more time off, many people set aside this time for finishing projects around the house. One of the top projects on everyone’s list: getting more organized. Your basement in particular probably needs work, if you’re anything like the rest of us.
It’s also a time for vacations, however, and who wants to have to stay home to work on their to-do list instead of traveling, sightseeing, and relaxing? Luckily you can do both if you power through organizing your basement using these five tips. Read More
Kids birthdays have come and gone, and so has Christmas. Well-meaning friends and family have blessed your family with all sorts of items. It’s been a busy school year and it was easier to purchase items than find them at home. Read More