These days, the famous social isolation forces us to spend more time at home than we would like. However, that gives you the opportunity to better organize the objects in your environments. It doesn’t matter if you live in a new apartment or have been in the same place for some time, sooner or later the disorder will threaten the harmony of your home.
For this reason, we offer you some tips that will help you make the most of these days at home and organize your home. Are you ready to start?

1. Work strategically
All right, the best way to start this task and avoid doing it blindly is to make an action plan. If you assemble it carefully and comply fully, you will have the house in order in just one weekend. It is best to start with one room and not try to work on the others until you have fully organized the first.
If you don’t do it this way, the amount of work will be much higher and you will feel that you never finish tidying up the house, which could discourage you and lead you to leave work in the middle. In order to avoid all that, you can program it in the following way:

Friday night: hall
Saturday: bedroom 1, bedroom 2 and bedroom 3
Sunday: Kitchen and bathroom

Then, once you know what areas you will be working on each day, take the plan one step further. Start by including specific goals or detailed notes on what needs to be done and how you will do it.
2. Do a total purge
For most of us, space is always a factor to keep optimized. Unnecessary objects accumulate quickly and almost imperceptibly. So debugging excess items at home is inevitable.
Possibly, if you have kept some objects it is because they have a certain sentimental value. However, you should approach this task coldly and put feelings aside. After all, the effects of debugging will be very beneficial to you.

If you are wondering how to determine which objects to discard and which to keep, you should ask yourself the following questions:
– Have you used this item in the last six months?
– If so, will you need to use it in the near future?
– Does the object in question have any emotional value for you?
– What do you lose if you get rid of that item?

If the answers are negative, then it is time to sell it, donate it or throw it away. If you don’t get rid of enough objects, the results of organizing the house will be less visible.
3. How to organize the house
Are you done with the purge? Okay, so now it’s time for the heavy lifting: organizing the objects that did prove necessary. However, since for now it is not possible to buy containers to store your objects you will have to work with the items you have at home. Here are some options:
Baskets
It has ever happened to all of us that our keys, wallet or cell phone seem to have disappeared overnight. The worst part is that it usually happens when you are in a bit of a rush. The best way to avoid such situations is to keep order at home and establish a place for everything.
This is where baskets come into play. It is important that you have specific containers for the needs of each room. For example, baskets are a great alternative to keep your toiletries under control. You can have a couple of these in the bathroom drawers and give that room more order.
Drawer dividers
We all have drawers that are truly total chaos. In those cases, a divider can bring some order to different furniture in your home. The best part is that you don’t need to go buy them; You have the option of making them yourself with cardboard. Free time indoors to make them is what you will have.
Shoe boxes
Do you want to store some items in the closet, but all the drawers are full? Well, you can always use shoe boxes to keep your items in an orderly fashion. We all have small accessories that end up spreading throughout the house. These containers give you the perfect tool to keep them in order.
Organizing rooms and all the objects in them can seem like a heavy task. However, with a plan and a little patience you will have visible results in your environments and you will have taken advantage of these days of isolation.