My Declutter Project

Good Morning my lovelies! Hope you are doing well. Hope you had the chance to visit my new YouTube channel. You didn’t? Well, there’s still time. Do it now. I would love to hear your feedback. I would really appreciate it if you could please subscribe to my channel and like my videos. I really mean it!

Now that part is taken care of today I will take you to a virtual trip with me to declutter. Why is this important you ask? Well, you have know me than one thing you know for sure I am a lazy gurl to do stuff with less effort. Lol…why do I say that about myself? Well that’s true. I like to spend more time in life doing what is important to me, that’s living in the moment. Another thing you should know about me is that I am a shopaholic with generalized anxiety disorder. How does that have to do with declutter? Well, when you are dealing with the above to problem, your life can easily turn to that of a borderline hoarder. That’s exactly what happened to me.

Hence, staying at home has given me the opportunity to do some decluttering. I have a long way to go but at least I have started! The very first place that I have started is the kitchen. Please check out my above video where I showed a glimpse of my decluttering project. First of all storage boxes, shelf organizer, labels, and drawer dividers have been my lifesaver. I have ADD and memory issue (from medicine side effect). Hence, forgetting is a common part of my life. This is where labeling has come in very handy for me.

My mom always tells me, if my head wasn’t attached to my body, I would ave forget it long time ago. This is very true. After organization, I would lose (misplaced may be the more accurate term) very easy, and label made it easier for me to easily locate everything. You see, the clutter started in the first place because I wanted everyone on my sight so that I don’t misplace them and when you know that for everything, things can get out of control easily. That’s why I needed this decluttering project as a cognitive/behavioral therapy.

First of all, keeping like items in boxes can not only make your life easier but can also keep your items organized. mDesign boxes has been my lifesaver when it comes to organizing. My kitchen is full of different types of these boxes.

Next, these airtight food containers are another life saver. Moreover, it comes with the chalkboard label and marker. Beside, they are also stackable, which makes it quite easy to stack them and look organize. Where it’s cookies, flour, cereal, sugar or anything. I have them all in these stackable airtight containers and have them labeled so that they can be identified easily. Now I don’t have to look through items for half an hour everyday. It has made my life so easier.

Next, these airtight food containers are another life saver. Moreover, it comes with the chalkboard label and marker. Beside, they are also stackable, which makes it quite easy to stack them and look organize. Where it’s cookies, flour, cereal, sugar or anything. I have them all in these stackable airtight containers and have them labeled so that they can be identified easily. Now I don’t have to look through items for half an hour everyday. It has made my life so easier.

As I have mentioned earlier, chalkboard labels have been my new BFF. Don’t tell the storage boxes that I did it.All my items are now labelled, thanks to these handy little guys. It makes it so much easier to me to locate items.

Shelf organizer has been my another life saver. As you can see the video It has allowed me to organize my spice jars in a way that is easy to get to. I absolutely love new new organized kitchen.

Howe do you organize your kitchen? Do you have any tips for me? I would love to read your feedbacks.

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