Five-Minute Fixer-Upper And Feel-Good February. Volume 4

Week 4 of February! Already? Holy cow, time is flying this month! We’re feeling the fast pace of the month here at Organizer Logic, and we bet you are feeling the same thing. The hustle and bustle of regular life with work, family, hobbies, and all other commitments, and then also intertwining preparation for Valentine’s Day into the mix and trying to keep things in check post-holiday. Needless to say, we are in complete belief that it’s been chaotic. Organizer Logic hopes that the information we have been giving you is useful, helpful, and has make the typical rapidity of life a little less rapid as time has progressed. Today, we continue our discussion on methods to maintaining a well-organized home, that will act as an investment of preparedness with a great return of order in your home. In the event that things are still feeling hectic in your home, we’ll examine ways to counteract the mayhem. Diving into more methods and ideas, we’ll take an especially close look at the notion of achieving efficiency to make individual tasks quicker and easier to tackle.























Tip #1: Organizing, Deep-Cleaning, and Organizing the Tools for Deep-Cleaning

Let’s start with a scenario, shall we? You worked on a daunting organizing project in your bedroom consisting of sifting through, say, clothes, books, and other items. You can now deem that room of your home as ‘organized’ or straightened up’. The next step should naturally be to now do a deep clean, dusting, wiping down with disinfectant, and general detail work. This should be a task that is done frequently so as to maintain cleanliness on top of organization. But furthermore, the reason to do this is to put your home in a state of desirability and presentability. In reaching this standard, one will see the state of the room at its finest and feel discouraged from laziness that would cause it to fall back into a state of disrepair, and a sense of encouragement to actively keeping the home in order. In past Organizer Logic blogs, we have stressed the fact that disorder breeds disorder and order breeds order. This practice of upholding optimal cleanliness is an implementation and reinforcement of the mantra’s utility. So, as you organize your things, go one step further and make your organized space sparkle as well, and watch its likelihood of staying that way increase exponentially.

In addition to organizing and then deep cleaning, bring extra efficiency to your process as well as the tools you use to attack your tasks. When doing a deep clean anywhere in your home with all of the dusting, disinfecting, and other materials as aforementioned, it can get to be a pretty heavy arsenal. To keep your arsenal in check, keep it organized and integrated in with the room surrounding it. What we’re saying here is instead of just keeping all of your cleaning needs in one place in your home, keep smaller cleaning kits in all of the spaces that you see need regular maintenance. Keeping these kits in all of your bathrooms, your kitchen, your foyer or mudroom, and bedrooms is a great call, so that when the situation arises that you need to do some quick fine-tuning, you can put the emphasis on the ‘quick’ by not having to run to another part of your home to get your cleaning supplies. Get it done like that (insert finger snapping noise) and move on with your day. Tip

#2: Have a Designated Place Where Everything Should Go

During this month of February, we have covered the notion of having a designated space in which any given activity should occur. Some examples of which were a space for arts, a place for music, or a place to be a kid’s play area. Well, in a similar regard, we have to look at it on a more micro level and not only think to ourselves where we will conduct in certain activities, but also, where we will keep every single thing we own. When I say every single thing…I mean EVERY single thing. This might sound crazy or obsessive, but it works in terms of categorization within the home as well as distinguishing what will retain a spot within the home. To have a place for everything will save everyone time. If you are doing a quick cleaning session and you do not have a designated space for everything you are attempting to organize, you have to task on the task of finding a place for each and everything thing and then put it away and then hope the next time you use it you will have to repeat the process of finding a home for it. If you actively have a place that does not just suffice for an item, but instead, is deemed the most appropriate place for that item to call home, it makes that organizing and cleaning process easier and and every future process you undergo. Also, while attempting to find a ‘home’ for every item in your home, there will be some that prove difficult to find. Upon this situation, one should ask themselves if the item even has a place (figuratively speaking) in the home. If it is concluded that there doesn’t seem to be a place for that item, don’t hang onto it, it is not useful to you and is taking up space, time, thought, and energy. This will declutter your life for the now, and make for evening quicker organization and cleaning from then on.

Tip #3: Establishing the Notion that an Organized Living Space is Desirable

Some people decide that it is acceptable to live in squalor, sounds harsh, but it is true. Where possessions, papers, articles of clothing, and much else are just strewn about with no regard for organization or order. In these cases, people have grown used to the system of living with everything in messy disarray, and have found ways to manage working with this system, but that does not mean it is optimal for you in any way whatsoever. Some people say they work better in the chaos, but that just can’t be true.  Living in the chaos, the placement and categorization of things are left to the mercy of chance that you will remember where you randomly left something, it doesn’t look pleasant, and it doesn’t feel pleasant.

So ultimately, the goal in a home, whether it’s you living alone or with a family of 5, should be to get everyone on the same page that having a clean and organized home and life is crucial. With our discussion for the later half of February being how to maintain an organized life as well as the mindsets involved in making that possible, this notion is probably the most important thing to bear in mind. We all know the saying that we are only as strong as our weakest link. Our homes will only be as clean and organized as the least caring person allows them to be. Make it a point to instill the importance of a clean home to those in your home, so it will stay in tip top shape.

There you have it, a few more tips on keeping your home clean and organized. The biggest take-away from this week should be how you think about organizing. Reorient your thinking to reflect how you want your home to look and feel. Be meticulous in the coordination of all things in your home and be unwavering in your belief that everything should fall into your home seamlessly. Do not settle for falling back into messy and disorganized habits. You have the tools and the knowledge to keep your life organized, just be sure to stay disciplined and everything will be okay!

Five-Minute Fixer-Upper And Feel-Good February. Volume 3

Over the last two weeks, Organizer Logic has delved into ways in which you can make your home more presentable and your overall life more orderly and organized. Through quick cleaning tips and methods, we have managed to make beautiful, welcoming spaces in our homes fit for hours of relaxation and a freedom of house-straightening worries. Now that we have an idea of how to get the house in order and make a major impression in little time, we need to make sure we keep it to this standard so as to maintain the awe and appreciation of our homes and those living in them with us. Let us jump straight into the different practices and mindsets that we must adopt in order to make this possible and sustaining those factors towards a better, more organized lifestyle.























Tip#1: Evening To-Dos

We like to think that our day starts early in the morning when we wake up, and we like to think we can accomplish everything effectively and efficiently upon waking up at that early morning hour. However, we are often far from correct when it comes to actually executing this task of conquering the world in our half-conscious groggy state. To conquer the world takes strategy, a battle plan, preparation. So how do we ensure preparedness before the day starts? Adopt the notion that your morning actually begins the night before. Here is how this thought process is implemented and why important.

Dinner is over for the evening and a mess of dishes are left in its place. Get those dishes banged out, give them a quick rinse and put them straight in the dishwasher. From there, allow yourself to enjoy the night, watch some New Girl or Breaking Bad, or do whatever else you may feel like doing, and then when it comes time to retire for the evening, fire up the dishwasher, that way you can just set it and forget it, only to wake up to clean dishes for the morning. After running the dishwasher and heading upstairs to go to bed, lay out your outfit for the next day before hitting the hay. If you find yourself sifting through countless different options, make sure that any clothing articles other than the ones you are intending on wearing the next day are stowed back in the closet or drawers to avoid clothing clutter. Just these few end-of-evening practices will make your mornings, and furthermore, whole next day better.

Tip #2: Throughout-the-Day To-Dos

Throughout-the-Day practices may vary depending on one’s profession or work-to-home proximity, but the core principle no matter what will stay the same. This principle that we are talking about it is to organize as you go or find ways to minimize accumulation of new clutter. First of all is the question of organizing as you go. If you are someone who works away from home, apply cleaning to your office space and car. If you have trash from lunch, throw it away as you finish using it, do not keep it in your car or office out of laziness to find a trash receptacle. That mindset will tell you that putting it off once is okay, and will lead to multiple one-offs. On the end of minimizing potential extra clutter, utilizing reusable containing is huge for the sake of keeping trash out of your bubble and also being more environmentally conscious…unconsciously.

In general, the rule of thumb is to place things in their proper place upon using them; trash in trash cans, containers in a centralized and sensible place, work materials returned to the place from which they were first summoned. Adhering to this practice will keep your workspace clear, which will ultimately allow all focus to be directed towards work tasks at hand instead of being constantly distracted by little tasks oriented towards just getting back to a clean and organized standard, allowing for excelling at work and not just getting yourself to the bare minimum quality of working conditions. In your car, since it is the next place in which you spend most of your time, keeping it organized will allow you to transition from one task to the next, whether between work stops or between work and home. To not think about having to straighten up your car will mean being able to get into work mode more efficiently and get into leisure time the minute you sit in your car heading home. Moral of the throughout-the-day story: organize as you go.

Tip #3: Morning To-Dos

To start of the morning, we may sound like a broken record from last week’s blog, but we will quickly revisit the idea of making your bed first thing in the morning. Ready? Here we go…MAKE YOUR BED FIRST THING IN THE MORNING! There, quickly revisited. Upon completing this important first task of the day, the next objective should be efficiently getting ready with a system that makes sense. Here is an order that makes sense:

  • Make Bed (Done, I know. We can’t stress it enough)
  • Make Breakfast…Eat Breakfast
  • Shower
  • Brush Teeth
  • Get Dressed, Groom
  • Pack Car, Hit the Road for Work

This is why this approach works best! Making and eating breakfast comes first. Remember how we put our dishes in the dishwasher before we went to bed? Well guess what, they’re clean now and ready to use. Take this opportunity to use any kitchen items you need to prepare breakfast, and heck, why not lunch too! As things are cooking up, utilize that time to put away any of the dishes from the dishwasher that you will not be needing. Killing two birds with one stone. Breakfast and lunch are finished cooking up. Eat your breakfast, take your time if you have it, and make this a time for contemplation of the day ahead. Finish eating and place any dirty dishes or cookware in the now-empty dishwasher and make sure you got your lunch packed up and ready to go.

Hitting the shower and brushing your teeth after food time is done is definitely in your best interest. We know from the numerous discussions on clothing clutter that our shirts, socks, and pants can make our biggest messes. If you were to any of your morning tasks after getting ready it could get a little risky. That bacon grease, orange juice, or toothpaste could jump on your work clothes, and in a quick effort to change and look presentable for work, these dirty clothes would most likely just end up on the floor and set the precedent that that is excusable. So take a shower, brush your teeth, and do all the final cosmetic preparations once these are done. Be sure to put any clothes away that you tried on and decided against for today, so that we avoid extra ways for clothing clutter.

Finally, pack up the car with anything you may need for the day. Additional preparation could be done for this, such as having all of your work needs consolidated in one place by the front door or otherwise, but these minor adjustments to the plan can be done at your discretion.

In conclusion, from the first two weeks of February, you have gained insight into quick cleaning methods. But if you were implementing this tips, you probably found out quickly that there was also an element of discipline to be considered as well. To complement your ways of getting the home quickly cleaned are now there premmeditations, planning ideas to make this clean and organized, but now, furthermore, routined, to which living in a neat home environment owes a lot of its success. Think about the order of your day and all the ways you can shape that day in order to make it most productive, systematic, and then ultimately in turn, peaceful. To your organizing success! Organizer Logic wishes you the best!


Five-Minute Fixer-Upper And Feel-Good February. Volume 2

It is still February and you know what that means! That means we are continuing our discussion on quick ways to get our home in good condition, organized and presentable. However, one thing has changed since last week when we first introduced this topic. The difference now, is that the pressure is on…Valentine’s Day is on Tuesday…uh oh…tomorrow! It may seem daunting or impossible to adopt new organizational habits overnight. Trust us here at Organizer Logic, it can be far more simple than it seems and can take far less time than you would think. Little chip-away methods are the best way to tackling our biggest clutter clusters found in our lives. To tack onto the ideas expressed last week, let’s compliment that with a few new concepts that will be just as easy to grasp and make your home and general life increasingly more organized and orderly. Let us get down to it.























Tip #1: Making Designated for Designated Activities

When we see things as messy, cluttered, or disorganized, what’s a common figure of speech that we use? That the things that are causing the mess in the first place are in fact ‘out of place’. We take this for what we hear it as, that being a turn of phrase, but did we ever consider the literal implication of this? Did we? Most likely not! With that thought in mind, the first tip for quick organization this week is to make the active move towards having a designated space for any particular activity that occurs in your home. Applicable to many people with a special someone is the possibility that a child or children may be shared by these people, and children love to play! Deem one section of the home for all toys and playthings, this could even be done by simply having an old accent rug rolled out when play time starts and rolled up and stowed away when playtime is over and then concurrently utilizing Organizer Logic Storage Baskets for any stray toys in need of a home. And this mentality can be used for all sorts of activities, from designated art, music, or workout spaces, it does not have to stop at play spaces. As an added note, the play space example is important as it can aid in maintaining organization as it reinforces good cleaning habits for children, just as a fun side note.

Tip #2: Utilizing ‘Air Space’

As we clean, our automatic knee-jerk response to finding a place for things can often be an empty corner of the room or under the bed, or any places along those lines. For our clothing and articles, we address them like a conversation we don’t want to have or a subject we would much rather just not touch and forget exists…we drop it…but literally, when it comes to the things we don’t want to give much thought to organizing. Addressing these organizer questions is seldom easy, and that is what makes this drop and forget method so appealing, it takes no effort. But what if, instead of making no effort, we make minimal effort and see largely improved results. Instead of using the floor so much, think about air space. Do a better job of using the tall dressers that you have to stow your stuff and that way less floor space is made into a mess. Use back-of-door shoe hangers to hide the collection of footwear, a collection that can oh so easily turn into a cluttered mess. Install hooked coat racks wherever you see fit and for whatever you see fit. Taking any measures like this or other methods are great ways to get things higher up and off the ground, using creative spaces instead of just dropping it like a bad topic. Many solutions like this can be found at hardware stores and be installed within minutes time, so no worries on major time commitments to get major results.

Tip #3: Upon Wake-Up, Fix the Bed!

The first thought we have each morning when we wake up is “5 more minutes” or anything else indicating a desire to be slothish for a little bit longer. The fact is, that 5 extra minutes of sleep might not do for you what you think it will, it’ll start your day off on the wrong foot, a very lethargic foot. Instead of grogging up your day with sleeping beyond what you need, use that time to start your day on the most productive foot you possibly can. One simple task completion will shape the rest of your day; fix your bed right when you wake up! To do something that will generate a productive outcome the second you wake up will get your day going the right way. Think about it you wake up and immediately go for a run, it will jumpstart your metabolism and other vital functions to keep you running optimally for the entire day to come. To start productively will unravel to more productivity. Also, in doing this, you have one of the major parts of your bedroom straightened up and any other cleaning needs will be much easier to address in the clarity of it all. And lastly, but most importantly, a clean bed means that breakfast in bed on that special day (tomorrow, don’t forget) will be that much more impacting! So upon jumping out of bed, turn right back around and straighten that bed up and find yourself already gearing up for a good day of taking care of business.

With this being the week of Valentine’s Day, better yet, the day before, it’s hitting crunch time. As you approach tomorrow just find the little goals you can chip away at to make your home more impressive, comfortable, and neat and make those goals happen. Over the past two weeks, we have given you the tools to succeed, ideas for quick but noticeable progress. Take these and get your home in good order. From there, make this Valentine’s Day a great one! We’ll be back in touch next week with more tips on how to get your home organized and KEEP it organized!

Five-Minute Fixer-Upper And Feel-Good February. Volume 1

With February underway, the need to keep your home clean and organized is especially crucial. Why is that you may ask? Well, come Valentine’s Day, the entrance to your home has to be stun-worthy and make the right surprising impression for some time of indulgence. Beyond that, the living room has to be ready for romantic movie time with room on a coffee table for roses…the kitchen and dining room need to be set for thoughtful dinners…the bathroom has to be in a proper state to draw a bath in the tub and strategically place some candles…the hallways have to be clear of any clutter to make way for rose petals all leading to the bedroom…you get the point. Your home has to be pristine!

Throughout the month of February, we will uphold the theme of ‘Five-Minute Fixer-Upper Feel-Good February’, and in so doing, examine ways to organize and feel good doing so all in no time flat. In preparation for the big day, we’ll look at some quick and easy ways to get your home where it needs to be by taking very simple measures, and then in continuation past Valentine’s Day, we’ll discuss ways to maintain the now-great condition of your home. Let’s get started!






















Tip #1: Utilizing White Boards

In making plans for the month, the week, or even the day, we leave notes to get points across, As we get bills and paperwork that we intend to address, we let it stack up in order to keep it at the forefront of our minds so that we do not forget. Ultimately, paper can become one of our most prominent forms of clutter, and at the same time, amidst the mess, we can lose track of the most important notes or papers in which we were attempting to keep fresh in our memories. A solution has to be reached or else this clutter will accumulate quicker than most other messes, and to find such a solution will assist in prioritizing what needs most attention. One great all in one system is a whiteboard/corkboard hybrid, preferably one that is designed as a monthly calendar with additional space for outlining side notes along with some cork space. To make use of the calendar will mean optimal categorization of tasks for the month or events, a sort of micro form of the organization of which Organizer Logic always speaks. Having notes written on a side bar of a whiteboard narrows your physical notes down to far less, and then for any paperwork that needs actual attention itself, such as permission slips, they can be pinned to the cork and kept off of the counters. There, paper trail addressed!

Tip #2: Organizer Baskets for Separating Laundry

In a month filled with the notion of love and date nights, to look dapper and have all of the best clothes at the ready for any and all occasions is a must! One thing to bear in mind is that our beautiful outfits and prided clothing can also be the source of another form of clutter, both physically and mentally in clouded memory of where clothes ran away to or what mounds of clothes are clean and which are dirty. Keeping clothing articles sorted amongst themselves is a great way to keep track. We do it when we stow away our clean clothes, so it would only make sense to sort them once they are spent and ready to hit the washer as well. Previously mentioned in an Organizer Logic blog posting was the idea to use our Storage Baskets as laundry bins, but we’ll go beyond with that idea and advice that you have a Basket, whether big or small, for each type of clothing article; one for shirts, one for pants, one for socks, one for undergarments, etc. In doing this, you can keep your clothing organized whether it is clean or not, and on the chance that it is not, you can get a better indication of when it is time to do a wash on a certain article. This will solve your issue of having a cluttered bedroom, as well as give you a system of keeping tabs on your clean fashion inventory.

Tip #3: Consolidate Clutter to One Space Before Organizing

We mentioned earlier how all of the different parts of our home need to be kept in tact for the sake of having a splendid Valentine’s Day and for the sake of everyday peace of mind. Assessing just how many rooms there are in one’s home and how many things we may have throughout those rooms is sure to become overwhelming when you begin to consider reorganizing. The age old question of how to best eat an elephant comes to mind. The answer is to do it in bite sized chunks. As a disclaimer, please do not eat any elephants and please understand the metaphor behind this. What we’re saying is to take it little bit at a time to make sure you do not become flustered or discouraged from adopted orderly habits. For each room, floor, or any way you section off your home, keep an Organizer Logic Storage Basket handy and fill it will stuff that needs to be relocated to a more appropriate place for the object or objects. If your home is small enough you could possibly even manage to take the approach of finding a central place like a hallway, and line it with about four Storage Baskets or however many you may need to account for each room or space in your home and just fill them according to which room they are going to instead of which room they are being relocated from. One of these options is bound to work for you!

As mentioned, Organizer Logic wants to assist you in making your home sparkle this Valentine’s Day season. Take these few tips with you and attempt to apply them this week, a small step for now. From there try to make them habitual moves, where you can not help but do them and find them to be innately automatic in your daily practices. Organizer Logic wants to see you succeed in the little efforts towards making your life more organized and thus more enjoyable, any time of year or any single minute, whether it is Valentine’s Day or any day of your life.




‘Simplistic’ Design Elements Forming Not-So-Simplistic Stylistic Statements

As one takes their first look over the catalog of great products by Organizer Logic, they will certainly notice a lot right away. They are plush in their texture, with a softness to the materials, but an equal corresponding sturdiness, stability, and durability in that same fabric makeup. They are beautiful in their design, the Jute Storage Baskets sporting smooth and even complexion and the Cotton Rope Storage Baskets exhibiting an intricate attention to detail with a coil wrap design.

While it is in their nature to make an impact as your storage system, an even larger appeal is in a much more subtle attribute. Organizer Logic’s Storage Baskets hoan a neutrality and simplicity in their design, but more importantly their color, that contributes very much to emphasizing your personal style.

With the dual purpose of Organizer Logic being to store our material goods that have the most potential for cluttering up space, and doing so in a way that looks pleasant, it is imperative that this be considered in their aesthetic design. The fact that the Storage Baskets are very neutral in color does have an apparent effect on surrounding visual elements. To utilize neutral colors or shades like the whites and beiges of the Storage Baskets, means making the space surrounding those colors appear larger.

In addition to the sensation of enlarged space from the actual look of the Baskets, is their simplicity in design functionality regarding storage. Since their is a simple look, and function furthermore, that being to store excess clutter, rooms will become even more spacious. The concept of large, open, and neat space is an important one as it directly corresponds to the usability of the space in one’s home. It is only when there is usable space at home that you can begin to style the way that suits you and your family, and thus making it look better and feel better from the better organization.

Once the neutrality of the look and use of the Baskets has served its purpose, then one can really put their touch on a space, and much more effectively and intensely. A big aspect of design and style is color, an extremely integral element. When neutral colors like the beige and white of the Organizer Logic Storage Baskets are displayed, it will fit any style. When there is a presence of these colors, which are very low impact, they will make the style of a space seem less busy and far more calm. With this in mind, color profile design lends itself as subtle nuance of a space.

Ultimately the subtlety of the Organizer Logic Storage Basket design doesn’t just dim down business of an area, but it makes any surrounding color elements much more pronounced. The combination much like a flat plain that suddenly juts up to a large, vibrant mountain range, the flatter attributes make the more magnified attributes that much more impressive. The Storage Baskets are geared towards emphasizing your personal style in all possible ways.

In summation, as previously stated, Organizer Logic is going to great lengths to make the best possible impact on your home and life. From functioning as the storage for any house clutter, to making making home styles popping even more, the Storage Baskets are a solve all for bringing your home to life in a way like never before. As you make the strides to place the personal and stylistic touches on your home, keep Organizer Logic in mind, and let our neutral, simplistic, and minimalist system, make your home exactly what you always wanted it to be.

Organizer Logic Throughout The Home

Organizer Logic is very interested in making certain that your life is kept nice and tidy so you can focus on the things that matter most to you. Additionally, in so doing Organizer Logic gears its attention to ways of cataloging the things and possessions one owns so they can feel at peace, comfortable, and put together. There is no place that this applies more than at home. Bearing in mind the importance of structure in this space where most of our lives is spent, examining ways of keeping our homes is order is vital, and the Organizer Logic Bins and Baskets are without a doubt an asset to accomplishing such a project.

To many, an entrance to one’s home is through the garage, so we’ll start there. For those homeowners, there is also the posed problem of keeping all of the excess possessions that one owns in order. Shelving stations are an easy find and sectional categorization system. Slatting these shelves with the smaller sized Storage Baskets is a great improvised method to storing extra shoes, coats, snow pants, tools, or anything else, a creative mimic to standard drawers. A similar approach can be done in a foyer or small entryway with more decorative shelving as an accent with a functional twist.

As you journey into the living room or den of your home, you will find far more space and more things, and hence, more opportunities for clutter to accumulate. With this being the entertainment hub of our homes, it is only expected that there be tons of movies, videogames, and remote controllers in need of indexing. With a similar execution to the garage/foyer shelving method, these articles can be stowed in the shelves of or under one’s entertainment system with the smaller Storage Baskets. Blankets, slippers, books, and magazines can store well under a coffee table using the both the large and small Storage Baskets depending on what is needed. These are all simple measures to keeping this highly used and highly trafficked hub of the home is good shape.

The kitchen and pantry are together the one part of the home that is constantly in need of restocking and organizing. We grocery shop and have to find a way to reorganize our nutritional inventory every week, if not more. There can be lots of things that do not stack or store easily such as foods that come packaged in bags, snacks that are small and flimsy and would take up a lot of space to keep in their original larger boxes, and plenty of other stubborn packaged foods. By storing these with in the Organizer Logic Storage Baskets, the pantry and cupboards of your kitchen find structure. As a bonus idea to avoid kitchen clutter, recycle your accumulated plastic grocery bags and get your hands on reusable shopping bags and store them in a Basket all their own for easy safekeeping for the next grocery run. The kitchen and pantry can be the toughest area to keep in order with guaranteed messes from multiple daily meal preparations, but just do the best you can to find a system with the Storage Baskets and everything will, in time naturally fall into place, in more ways than one.

Lastly, we have our bedrooms. They are notorious to say the least. With a separation from the main living space of our homes, up a flight of stairs, around a corner, down a hall, and finally hidden behind a locking door, the bedroom is the easiest place for us all to shamelessly make a mess or our things, maintain a mess, and walk away from it with the door closed behind us to ultimately forget about the matter merely seconds later. However, being the first space we will encounter upon waking up, the escape for when we need to remove ourselves from the hub of our home, and the last place to which we retire at the end of the night, it has to be kept organized to keep its inhabitants at peace. This is where your bedroom closet space and Organizer Logic will be your lifesaver. As with the case anywhere else in your home, utilize the Storage Baskets in any shelving that is integrated into your closet to act as drawers for loose clothing articles such as socks, undergarments, hats or any other spurious things in need of a place. If there is a higher shelf in the closet, place out-of-season clothes into Storage Baskets and place them up there to keep them out of the way and let your current seasonal selection take to the hangers. Then, when all clean clothes are organized using this system, grab yourself a large Storage Basket dealt the role of hamper with the task of quarantining all dirty clothes out of sight, so that your room can be your happy place, not your dirty place.

It is apparent that every inch of our homes needs attention to stay in good shape and certainly deserves it. To maintain a good emotional and mental state, it starts with ensuring our surroundings are not chaotic, and our home is the one surrounding that we can truly call ours. To conclude. Organizer Logic asks that you would allow our creations into your home, the Storage Baskets, to assist in making your home as organized and thus as pleasant as possible, and a place in which you will always truly feel at peace and at home.

The Benefits Of Living An Organized Life

The Organizer Logic Storage Bin and Basket systems have one simple dual-pronged goal in mind, and the name itself makes this apparent: to logically organize all of one’s possessions and, in so doing, make for a more visually agreeable setting in one’s home, work space, or any place in need of arrangement. There is a reason behind the efforts of Organizer Logic to devise such a system, as the notion of structure is very important in the physical settings that one spends much of their life in. And although organization’s benefits may all seem strictly aesthetic, they go much deeper than that.

Although the physical attributes of adopting organization are not its only arguments, they are certainly not to be overlooked. Immediately upon starting a process of consolidation, one will learn and observe the distinction between the things that make sense in their homes (or wardrobe, as clothes can account for very much clutter) and the things that are obviously out of place or out of date with one’s ultimate stylistic preferences. De-cluttering, when first implemented, calls for the active questioning of any articles that an individual or homemaker, as to where they belong or if they even belong at all. A sincere consideration for one’s taste will come to light through this, and as the clutter dissipates, a sense of cohesion for the style that one absolutely wants in all the general walks of their life will be discernable. Organization will give birth to a manifestation of a style that is truly “you”.

Beyond the strictly-tasteful are the practical functions of a well organized lifestyle. A major benefit to the adoption of organization in one’s life is the fact once an order or system is in place, it will lighten the load of any necessary future organizational projects to come. A one-and-done order occurs because everything already has its place in one’s life. In addition to the time and energy one will save after having already established an arrangement to their life and developed cohesion, residual effects are noticeable. For one, finding the things that are important will become easier since they have been given a ‘home’ so to speak, thus saving much frustration. Furthermore is the fact that a cleaner space can make it safer as well, due to lowered tripping hazards or choking hazards if children are present in a household. One can find peace of mind in their home or their life’s catalog of things with adopting such practices.

Ultimately, better organization and consolidation will pose many great benefits even in the midst of counterarguments in favor of more free-formed or messy approaches. Some may support an idea that an unorganized life will breed creativity and allow one to focus on the important things. However, this is not the case as messiness can work….until it does not. The same way that organization makes for maintained organization in the future, chaos and clutter will always maintain chaos and clutter and it will snowball. Most importantly, to be organized means to be expressive. When everything is in its place and tastefully formed in a way that is visually pleasing, aesthetic joy can be reached from the way a style is conveyed and that joy can be maintained for unwavering artistic pleasure, expression, and happiness in a system that doesn’t show your mess but that truly displays ‘you’.

Be A Goal Setter. Then Stick To Your Guns.

New Year Resolutions are goals we promise ourselves to make. However, only about 8% of Americans who make them are successful at achieving their resolution; which is due to infrequent maintenance. We want to empower you to design a resolution system for this next year and be able to keep it. Another year offers another opportunity for change. So as this year draws closer to an end, what are some things you wish you could’ve done differently? What are some improvements you’d like to make?

First, you should know one thing; have patience with yourself. Set realistic goals and realize that progress is never linear. Don’t expect change to happen immediately over night. Start by creating resolutions with deliberate thoughtfulness. Choose one or two attainable larger goals, then select what’s most important. For instance,









Once you’ve mastered your list, create systems, or plans to execute your promises. This will allow yourself to easily carry out a larger goal.  Create a system by breaking down your larger goals into smaller actions; how will you develop and evolve these goals?

Maintaining a healthier relationship for example takes time, and effort. Choose a start date (January 1st is always a good date). And then create a schedule. Starting on January first is important because you give yourself a specific date and having a schedule motivates you to track your progress until you reach the goal. Start following the plan immediately. DO NOT WAIT for inspiration to strike.

Share with us some of your resolutions you desire to make for this coming 2017 year. We will continue to break down how to follow through with NYRs each week. For now, his is a good beginning place.