Wow 30 days really went quickly! I hope over the month of April I have not only managed to give you a little insight into my organised home (and slightly crazy organised mind!!), but also a few tips along the way that you might take with you to implement at some point - maybe you already have!
Being organised is not the be all and end all - for me it has taken many years to actually put in place all of the ideas I have been sharing throughout this series of blogs. Some organisational ideas work for some and not for others and it just depends on your family, your work life, your schedules and what it is that you find helpful on an every day basis.
I think my main reasons for getting so many organisational routines and ideas in place in my life are so that it makes my day to day run so much more smoothly, limiting daily stresses and creating extra time in various parts of my day and week that allow me to enjoy life more with my family.
As I've mentioned throughout the last 30 days, I'm always on the look out for new ideas, better and more simple ways to organise my life, so if you have any of your own tips or organisational hacks then please do share!
My last little tip for you in this series of blogs is 'little and often'. There's a great book called 'Start with your sock drawer' by Vicky Silverthorn, which really helps you to think about clearing the clutter bit by bit, reducing what might seem like an overwhelming task into manageable chunks.
I will continue to share new ideas and little tips that I pick up, so pleased continue to follow me on social media if you're looking for even more inspiration!
Thank you to all that have shared, liked and commented over the last month, it's been great to know I've been sharing the organisational love with those that love it too and also those that never thought they would, but now might just be converted!
Happy Organising Everyone!