Seeing that res is your second home when you start varsity it also tends to accumulate a lot of stuff that none of us really need but everyone wants. So, how do you keep your small-spaced res room (that you probably share with another clutter bug) clutter-free?
With res rooms, you have a long list of things you cannot do. You can’t paint the walls—well, that’s the easiest and cheapest way to transform a space, you cannot hang anything on the ceiling, or you can’t put any holes in the walls at all or anything like that. And you can’t take the furniture out. You can’t paint the furniture, which is another thing you could also do.”
Oprah, Peter Walsh and David Bromstad gives us a few tips on how to organise our space more effectively and get rid of all unwanted stuff!
Remember: In small spaces there should not be alot on the surface (floor) as this is the only space you have. Also, when you buy something get rid of another as this will limit the amount of things you will accumulate during the course of the year. Lastly, don’t stock all your unwanted things, rather donate it to a local organisation which will make much more use of your unwanted things than you would.
And that’s it! So from here on out stay clutter-free and remember clutter attacks four places your home (dorm), head, heart and hipps and if you stay clutter-free you’ll have more space to be you!
Information courtecy of www.oprah.com
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