Guest post by: Bri Lords of Monkey Bar Storage - Las Vegas
Bri is a recent graduate of Brigham Young University - Idaho with a Bachelor's Degree in Communication with an emphasis in Advertising and Public Relations. She is passionate about writing, organizing, and creating new content.
Creating an organized home can be hard. Especially when you’re so busy with work, family, school, running errands, and everything else. But did you know that an organized home could save you precious time and money? It can! There are three pretty simple ways that organization can keep you on time and in the black:
1. Give your things a specific “home”.
Have you ever been running late and just can’t find your keys or that pair of shoes that would complete your outfit? Through organization you’ll be surprised how much time you save simply because you know where to find your things. Organization gives everything a home. When you assign a specific “home” to your belongings, you won’t have to spend unnecessary time searching for the item you need.
2. Easier Inventory.
An unorganized home it’s easy to misplace necessities, like spices, nails, paper products, and so much more. When we can’t find these items, we tend to end up walking the aisles of Walmart to replace them. Organization saves you the trip to Walmart! It is far easier to keep an updated inventory of your home when it’s organized and easier to see. Now you don’t have to spend more money on something already in your home!
3. No Property Damage.
This may seem a little strange to you, but hear me out. Say you have a disorganized garage so you have to park your vehicle outside. Consistently parking your car or vehicle in the hot sun may cause damage to the paint. If your garage were organized, the vehicle can park safely in the garage and avoid weather damage, saving you repair costs.
Find out just how easy it is to save time and money through an organized home. Take a day or even a few hours and start small. Focus on one area to organize at a time because no one enjoys being overwhelmed. And don’t be afraid to donate unused items or throw away broken things. Find out what it’s like not to search around for those keys anymore or misplace a stack of paper plates. An organized home isn’t as hard as you think.