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Three Myths Of Home Organization
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Most people do not get organized because they think it is too hard or it takes too much time. Here are three myths of home organization that will hopefully provide inspiration for you.
There’s a little misinformation about home organization and getting organized I need to clear up.
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These are three of the most common myths of home organization…
Myth #1: You have to be born organized to live organized, right?
Wrong! Some people mistakenly believe if you do not have organization in your blood, it is going to be nearly impossible to make the changes to how you live and enjoy the simplicity of being organized.
For instance, I have a friend who definitely does not have organization in her blood. However, she is a putting forth great effort to change her ways. And I am totally enjoying her journey. She is becoming conscious of where things go in her home as well as how she manages her life. She is slowly but surely coming over to my side and has proven to herself that being organized beats the heck out of living with the nasty side-effects of clutter.
Myth #2: You have to spend a lot of money to have the right kind of storage.
That is definitely not the case. First off, there are so many discount stores fighting for your business some of the latest organizing systems are being practically given away and certainly will get the job done.
Secondly, storage does not have to be fancy. In fact, I use more items from discount, craft stores, and yard sale/thrift stores for storage than I do from the big name stores.
Myth #3: It takes a lot of energy and motivation to get your home organized.
This is absolutely false. It is really only a matter of changing the way you do things and thinking differently about the excess of material things people today own.
And you certainly do not have to take it all on at once. There are some simple rules you can start to live by that will make disorganization a thing of the past.
Even if you are not the cause of the clutter and it is a spouse or kids living with you, you can all learn what it takes and just make a few simple changes to live a better life…being organized.
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