How To Easily Organize A Messy Room!

You’re not the only one having a hard time trying to organize and arrange their messy room.

I know how it feels and the issue is not actually the organization but where to start and how to do it faster and easier.

By the time you’re done reading this content, decluttering and organizing your messy home shouldn’t be much of a problem anymore.

All you need to do is go through the following tips and put them to work.

The living room is always the largest in the house and gets disorganized quickly. This is usually because the kids and pets make are much more active in this particular area.

However, if your living room looks as disorganized as this, then you obviously have a lot of work to do.

What should you do?

Firstly, i would recommend starting small and most especially with the trash. Just walk through with a garbage bag and pick up trash that you can see.

Then any empty boxes or containers, or broken things, or anything else that needs tossed.

Put all dirty dishes in the kitchen and all dirty laundry together. Put all (good) food away and toss anything bad/old/gross.

Then do laundry when you wash the dishes, until done. Next thing to do is arrange and put like items together, and put them away all at once.

Put things back in their homes (where they belong). Then mop/vacuum, dust, and spray surfaces with vinegar or cleaner and wipe down.

You can always spray something nice smelling or burn a candle when you’re done, if you can do so safely (when you have a clear spot free).

Tips to organize a messy home fast and easy?

1. Start Small, Start Now

The thought of decluttering an entire house can be intimidating, so start with one small area or room at a time.

Whether it’s a cluttered countertop, a messy closet, or a disorganized drawer, tackling smaller tasks can make the process feel more manageable.

2. Declutter and sorting

To begin, you need to assess each room, identifying items that need sorting and decluttering.

Prioritize areas based on the level of clutter, starting with the most cluttered spaces first. By tackling one room at a time, you can maintain focus and avoid feeling overwhelmed.

Next, gather supplies such as storage bins, trash bags, and labels to aid in the sorting process.

With these tools on hand, categorize items into separate piles: keep, donate, recycle, and discard. I make quick decisions on each item, considering its usefulness and sentimental value.

When sorting through belongings, you should ask yourself practical questions like “When was the last time you used this?” and “Does this item serve a purpose in my daily life?”

This approach helps me make swift yet thoughtful choices, preventing indecision and hesitancy.

3. Create Functional Storage Solutions

Invest in storage solutions that maximize space and keep items organized.

Utilize bins, baskets, shelves, and drawer dividers to categorize and contain belongings. Labeling containers can also make it easier to find what you need and maintain order. Something that looks like this below.

4. Establish Daily Habits

Incorporate simple daily habits to prevent clutter from piling up. You should consider taking a few minutes each day to tidy up common areas, such as the living room or kitchen, before bedtime.

Doing this has helped me prevent my home from getting extremely messy.

5. Create a Cleaning Schedule

Establish a cleaning schedule that includes specific tasks for each day of the week.

Set a time for deep cleaning, decluttering and organizing different parts of the house. Make sure to stay consistent with the schedule or it might becomes useless at the end of the day.

Sometimes, i draw inspiration from organizing blogs, books, and social media accounts for fresh ideas and motivation.

To make things easier, try listening to music or audio book/podcast, this will help with anxiety and feeling overwhelmed.

Get yourself a couple of special treats to reward the effort and look forward to those as you are working.

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