3 Areas of Your Home to Organize For a Calmer Life

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As a homeowner, you have probably heard the phrase, “a tidy home equals a tidy mind.” In the past, you have never given this a second thought, but as you start to settle into your way of living, you may start to realize that there is a lot of truth in that statement. If you go out to work every day, or have children to take to school, there is truly nothing more satisfying than walking through the door to a clean, organized and tidy household. There are so many different ways in which you can organize your home, whether you want to create your dream social backyard or sort out the kitchen once and for all. Living a calm, orderly and conscious lifestyle is something you always strive to do, so here are three areas of your home that could benefit from a touch of extra organization.

  • Bedroom

Your bedroom is a place in your home that should exude calmness, peace and serenity, so how can you create this for yourself? One of the first ports of call for a relaxing room is to declutter it completely. Although you may feel like hanging onto sentimental trinkets and memorabilia, these could be gathering a lot of dust and causing an unnecessary mess in your blissful bedroom. Once you have got rid of all of your unwanted items, it’s time to create a logical, organized and relaxing space for you to rest your head each evening. Remove electronic devices and chargers that could be distracting and create a cozy corner that you can use to read a book each night before you go to bed. A beautiful scented candle or diffuser is another brilliant way to enhance the sense of calm in your bedroom.

  • Garden Shed

Organizing your garden shed may seem like the last thing on your to-do list, but there is something so satisfying about knowing where all of your tools and outdoor items are. Storage solutions like an undertray toolbox are the perfect way to create a sense of organization in your garage or shed. Next time you have a DIY job to do, you will know exactly where your materials and tools are!

  • Kitchen

Getting your kitchen organized will save you a whole lot of time in the near future, especially if you’re running a busy household. If you’re looking to reduce your stress levels in the kitchen significantly, then batch cooking is a simple method you can adopt. Create a cupboard with a whole host of Tupperware containers and cook until your heart’s content! Label your boxes and store them in the freezer so that you can take them out and eat them whenever it is convenient for you.

There are a number of different rooms in your household that may require a little extra tender loving care, so it’s up to you to decide which one is the highest priority on your list. Whether you’re hoping to spruce up your shed or bring your kitchen back to life again, there is so much you can do to create a calmer, happier and more organized home for you and your family.


Audrey Taylor was born in San Francisco, and moved to Adelaide at the age of five. Marketer researcher and social media manager on hold, full - time mommy of a cheerful two-year-old. Graduated from Queensford college, worked in a couple of marketing agencies across Australia, eager to learn more about business and share her experiences. Traveled across the Europe. Her hobbies include: home decor, fashion, travel, music, old movies.

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