As people across the country continue working from home to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19), most of us are dealing with decidedly less-than-ideal conditions. Here’s how you can set up a productive temporary home office in three easy steps.
Lack of storage space and too much clutter are some of the most common challenges to overcome when trying to organize your home, so let’s break down those issues in finer detail and take a look at some practical solutions.
Many people assume that when you buy or rent a storage unit that it is yours to do with as you please, but there are actually many restrictions on what you can and can’t store in a storage unit, mainly for the safety of your possessions and your health.
Between the deluge of dirty clothes, the difficulty of sorting clothing by care needs, and the fact that your laundry room often pulls double-duty as a storage room, it’s clear why this space can quickly devolve into disorganized chaos. Get your laundry room in order with our organization advice.
Of all the rooms in your new home, the kitchen can be one of the most daunting spaces to unpack. With empty cabinets and drawers just waiting to be filled with your dishware, utensils, and cooking supplies, how do you decide where everything should live?
If you have a small basement or your basement has become a black hole for all your keepsakes and difficult-to-store items, don’t despair. With a bit of elbow grease, you can get your basement in order. Here's how.