Organizing the home doesn’t come easy for some people, but for some, it’s a hobby. Either way, I think everyone needs to make organizing a habit because of its many benefits. Organizing is very therapeutic. It leaves you feeling a certain way asides its health benefits.
Organizing our spaces saves time, makes things easy to find and to put away. For me, however, three things always come to mind when organizing. These to me, are like my top three reasons why I love to organize. I am sharing them with you right below.
Three things important in organization:
Everything you have in your home serves a purpose. Functionality is the quality of being suited to serve a purpose well. This has to do with practicality. When you organize your spaces well by putting everything in its place, then the items in your home get the chance to serve their rightful purposes. For instance, If you have a drawer but nothing stays in it in the event that most of your clothes always end up lying around on your chairs, beds or on your floors, then your drawers don’t get to function as they should. They don’t get to serve their purpose, therefore, having them in your home becomes useless. Every item should be made to serve a good purpose.
Organizing your home is supposed to make your life easier. Doing things around the house becomes less tasking because you know where everything is. Finding, taking and placing things back becomes a breeze. This helps to save time and reduce stress and overwhelm. I realize I become more productive when everything is in its place and easy to pick up and put away.
I am yet to meet one person who doesn’t appreciate beautiful spaces. Organizing your home is not about creating that beautiful and eye candy space for Instagram. It’s for YOU! When you organize your home, you get that visual appeal that’ll give you that calming effect. You’ll always look forward to going back home because you know you’ll be at ease. You’ll love your home and your home will love you back for taking care of it.❤
Before I start organizing anything, those are the three things I hope to achieve from my organization. Once I’m done, I have to check all three before I am satisfied. Is it functional? Does it make things easier for me? Is it pleasing to look at? If all three are checked, then I’m good to go.
How about you? What do you hope to achieve after you’ve organized a certain space? I’d love to know how it is for you, leave your reply in the comment box below.
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