Quick Tips to Stay Organized in 2021

Quick Tips to Stay Organized in 2021

With every new year comes many idealistic resolutions on how to transform your life -in the upcoming months. Yet, on average, around 19 percent of individuals stick to their New Year goals. While striving for these changes is important, the key to meaningful changes is to make them realistic and attainable.

One way to refresh your 2021 is by re-inventing your living areas and work desk. With the holidays over, it is the perfect time to account and organize clutter – whether it is in the workspace or living area. To make it a family effort, ask your children to go through their room and school materials to help declutter and prepare for the year ahead. Working together to help make the most of your space can help start the new year off on the right note.

For Your Home

  • Does it feel like everything in your house is out of place? Save some space with a 4-drawer cart to help keep everything properly stored and within reach.

  • One room that always seems to end up first on many re-organizing to-do lists is the kitchen. With so many different kitchen supplies everywhere, one way to help manage them is by using a flatware organizer to stay on top of everything.

  • Do you have an excess number of plants or displays that need to be put somewhere or just a lot of excess books? A quality bookshelf can help showcase some of your favorite items besides your favorite reads. Express your creativity in sharing some of your most prized possessions or elegant display pieces.

For Your Workspace

  • With a new year comes a lot of upcoming planning. To get the year off on the right foot, invest in a new planner to help break down your schedule.

  • It can never be too early to rearrange and organize your desk and workstation. By arranging your supplies and folders in a mesh organizer, it can help save you time and stress on guessing where everything is.  

  • With monitors across your desk, it can be hard to find much more room on the desktop for anything else. To help alleviate clutter stress, check out a monitor stand with a storage dresser to help organize files, mount your phone and so much more.

For Your Student

  • With your younger learners, it can be a little messy to have school supplies scattered everywhere. Get ahead of the curve with an organizational bundle to properly store and file each classroom supply for your student. This way, everything is accessible and visible for use.

  • For any student, it can be hard to manage and organize each task/assignment with a full course load. To help declutter and keep different class materials apart, try using insertable dividers to have each paper in its labeled space.

  • For any student (and adult alike), a written to-do list can help everyone remember what they need to do during the school week. By organizing every item by date and priority, students can stay on top of assignments that made slip their minds during virtual classes. It can be exhausting to remember everything during a change in routine – this list can help make it a little easier.

With a year filled with various highs and lows ending, it can be helpful to take the steps needed to reorganize your space. Whether you take the time to declutter, donate excess items to charity organizations or rearrange your living area, these steps can help provide you clarity for the new year ahead. In this time of uncertainty, adjusting your spaces can help give the mood boost and positive change you deserve in your home.

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