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Tips For Helping Seniors In Organizing Their Home

Home organizing provides several advantages to promote healthy aging. With numerous advantages to having an organized home such as better mental clarity, reduced stress levels and risk of injury, why don’t you begin take back your space? The advantages could extend to quality of life now and in the future.

Home Organizing Tips For Your Senior Loved One

Experts at Brunswick Organizing Solutions said that the most excellent way to begin organizing is to assess your senior loved one’s situation and create a plan together. Check their house and look for potential problems. Is their garage, basement, or attic overstuffed? Are their pantry or kitchen cabinets filled with cans of food that are already expired?

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Senior Moving Checklist: What You Need To Know

Moving for a loved one or yourself can be a stressful and challenging experience. To assist you with the process, here are some senior moving checklist that could help you look for retirement communities, arrange the consolidation of your possessions, hire a mover, and schedule your travel.

Moving With Seniors Checklist

3 Months Before

  1. Determine Your Needs
  • Create a list of all your needs
  • If you or your loved one is retiring, you also need to consider the location and the things you’d like to do to enjoy your retirement.
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The Ultimate Guide To Room-by-Room Organization Part 2

Here’s the second part of the ultimate guide to home organizing.

Click here for Part 1.

Organize Your Dining Room

Dining rooms are used for more than just sharing a meal. It’s a place where kids do their homework. It’s also an area where you check your bills or do a few tasks you brought from work. Clutter can easily pile up in your dining room and that’s why you need to know how to keep it as organized as you can. Here are a few kitchen organizing tips you need to know.

  • Your dining room must never be the catch all space in your home. It’s not the place for paperwork, coats, backpacks, books, and other items that are not supposed to be in the dining room.
  • You need to clearly define where your dining room space is and the purpose it will serve. Designate the appropriate storage space and other areas that will help you keep the area tidy, neat, and fully functional.
  • Reduce the clutter by removing chairs that are not needed. Don’t keep 12 chairs if you’re only 5 in the family.
  • Consider adding buffets and sideboards. They’re not only good as décor but they’re also perfect storage spaces.
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The Ultimate Guide To Room-by-Room Organization Part 1

Many people want to their home to be organized. If you are a senior who recently downsized, a college student with lots of things cramped up in a very small space, or perhaps a very young couple who are just starting a life and want to have an organized home, to begin with. A lot of people want to be organized but have no idea where to start. So, here’s the ultimate home organizing Wilmington NC guide for every room you have at home.

You might be wondering why you need to get organized. First of all, you will save a lot of time that you would otherwise spend going through the clutter just to find a certain item. Aside from that, a home that’s clutter free will make you feel less stressed, not only you but also for your whole family. Even if you are living alone in your home, these ultimate life hacks for room by room organization will make you feel more accomplished and relaxed.

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Tips For Downsizing Your Home

You need to be realistic when it comes to downsizing your home. You have to know how much available space you have in your new home. This will help you decide who much you’ll be able to use for storage. Create a list of items that you need to keep and begin there. You should be committed in retaining only the most used items so you can save as much space as possible. You always have the option to give out sentimental items or non-essential items to your friends or relatives.

Home organizing experts said, use wall mounted shelves for your special decorative or ornamental items. If you have lots of them but not enough space, your home can easily be filled with these items. To avoid that, you can arrange your personal treasures on a rotating basis over a few months.

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Tips For Organizing and Maximizing A Small Space

Having small space should not prevent you from having an organized home. Listed below are some home organizing tips for homeowners with limited space at home.

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Identify what you have to store and where you want to store it.

Create an inventory of the things that you own before you move to your new home. Segregate the items that you want to keep, get rid of, sell at a garage sale, or donate to charity. You also need to know where you want to store the items you wish to keep. This could be the bedroom, hall closet, or perhaps an off-site storage space.

Know what items need to be accessible.

You can keep all your out of season clothes on the highest spot in your closet. Another good storage location for such items is under the bed. Meanwhile, items that you use all the time like cleaning supplies and toiletries must be kept on locations that are easily accessible. Consider adding over the door storage or door shelves for items you always use instead of placing them in boxes. These will help organize small spaces more efficiently.

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