Decluttering and organizing your home

Hi Guys, quick one, I am constantly looking at ways to de-clutter my home and simplify living in our home. Problem is with having two year old’s, my home always look like a bus hit it. I can clean and pick up after the girls ten millions times, but I’ve just realised very quickly that I tire myself out with very little accomplishment; although if you have a organising system is gather it’ll make life a whole lot easier.

Tell me, how have you de-cluttered and organized your home and any tips that worked for you that you would like to share with me? It has to be affordable and practical as I am working on a low budget. Do you know of little affordable treasure stores that can help with the organising process? Have you done any great DIY projects?

I’m always reading articles about ways to de-clutter and organize homes and spaces but it would be interesting to read comments, advice and recommendations about what worked from friends so i’m really looking forward to hearing from you.


  1. Toy boxes is great. Plastic ones even washing baskets. – had a play area for my boys and my house was always tidy. And they picked up their own toys when they were done playing. But now they just play ps3 and puzzles at the table and colour in. And cartoons. Only when friends and fam visit do they bring out their toys which is under their bed in a washing basket

  2. I pray that one day I could actually declutter my garage and my kid’s rooms! The problem is my kids (aged 21,24 & 27) live on their own (small apartment) and still don’t want we to get rid of their video games, wooden doll cradle, doll sets, books or train sets, etc. They have an attachment to these items and whenever I whisper the words sell or donate, its like being on trial. Thanks to A-1 moving and Storage and their professional storage services, I was able to keep their childhood alive and claim my home back.Check out their website at

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