The beginning of a move is remarkable, not only because you are moving to a new place but also because moving opens new horizon of opportunities. And the good news is, once you reach your destination the satisfaction and joy you experience cannot be described in words. However, the reality sets in when you see a pile of boxes stacked in the corner. The rush of excitement suddenly starts to wear off and you begin worrying about keeping the house clean and organized. Turns out you can still enjoy the joys of a new home, and keep your home organized by following the tips we have in store for you. Read on to find out!
Adopt a tidier lifestyle
You don’t want your home to turn into a hoarder’s house? You see we can all agree with the fact that tidying up the house is not your priority, especially if you are a bit messy. In this case, all you have to do is adopt a cleaner lifestyle. And by that I mean, you have to clean as you go. For instance, start by making your bed every time you wake up in the morning. Or clean the dishes as soon as you finish your meal. In my own experience if you are cleaning and organizing as you go. By the end of the week you will realize that you have a clean and organized house.
Keep the shoes at bay
Nobody likes to invite germs and dirt through the front door. No wonder most people like to keep their shoes at the front door. What does this mean for you, it means that you have to be particular about opening shoes at your front door. Simply put, you can start by installing a built-in shoe closet right next to the entrance of your house. This will help you and your family members keep the shoes at bay and the hallways, floors, and carpets clean.
Don’t make clutter your natural habitat
Did you know that most people have a clutter problem? And this is just one side of the story because clutter leads to an unorganized and dirt-filled house. This also means that your house is home to bacteria and insects. On the other hand, there are several ways to keep your house clutter-free. For instance, you’d be surprised to know but after selling or donating most of the unnecessary items in your house you can make your house clutter-free.
Deep clean and make your house a living space
Brooklyn Movers believe that you should deep clean your house at least three times in a year, especially after a move. You need to do so because the apartment or house you are moving in was once home to someone else. So, ensure that you deep clean your house as soon as you reach your new home. Although I am not asking you to start deep cleaning as soon as you step inside the door. You can settle, assemble and organize your stuff, and then after a day or two start with the process of deep cleaning. Because trust me a new move-in is the right time to deep clean your house.
So, start by cleaning the bed covers, bedsheets, pillows, curtains, mats and ensure that you reach out for the far fetched corners in your house. Keeping your home clean and organized will help you stay positive and make both your life and home happy.