Clutter and Hoarding - How to Organize Your Kitchen

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Did you vow to organize your kitchen for a New Year's resolution? You can get peace of mind by organizing your kitchen.
As with any organizational project, do it at a pace and speed it is reasonable for you.
Start small and works step-by-step according to a reasonable schedule that works for you.
Make organizing your kitchen a priority.
Remember, you are in control of how your kitchen looks.
Use this simple set of ideas to make it happen.
1.
To begin, choose one part of the kitchen you'd like to get organized.
Intentionally set aside time to do this project.
Remember to work at a pace that's realistic for you.
Too many times people will stress themselves out thinking that they must get it done all at one time.
Think about how efficient this attitude is for completing a project that could take years to do.
Simply choose to map out each part of the kitchen, and break it down into sections.
This will make things easier for you.
2.
Keeping your kitchen organized is a great way to feel more in control.
The kitchen is a room that you must enter every day.
It's a place where the family gathers to eat.
This is a room where you really do very intimate family activities.
You entertain here.
If there's one room in your home that you really spend the most time in, it's your kitchen.
Keeping it organized makes your meals easy for you.
3.
Permit yourself to feel good about keeping your kitchen organized.
If you are like a lot of families, you have very little time to waste being in a disorganized kitchen when it comes to mealtime.
It's nice to spend time with the family at the end of a busy workday.
You actually increase the amount of time that you can spend with your family if your kitchen is organized.
So make an organized kitchen one of your priorities.
You'll help reduce your stress and can feel happy being organized in this room of your house.
4.
After you have organized your kitchen, imagine feeling a great sense of accomplishment.
It's okay to feel good about getting things in order so that you can spend more time doing fun activities like hobbies or spending time with your family.
When your kitchen and home are organized, you can relax and see it's perfectly all right for you to spend time with friends, family or going on a date with your spouse.
5.
After your kitchen is all organized, create a maintenance program for keeping your kitchen organized.
This will help you in the workweek ahead.
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