With hundreds of tips and advice, Good Housekeeping makes it easy to organize your home. Whether it’s clearing out closets or reducing clutter, this book can help you make any task a breeze. The guide features everything you need to know to declutter your home and make it as organized and tidy as possible.

Simple Organizing Wisdom

This book is jam-packed with space-saving and easy-to-implement solutions for every room in your home. From getting more room in your cabinets to streamlining your laundry room, there’s a solution for everything. Whether you need to make more space in your closets or simply make your home feel more organized, Good Housekeeping has you covered.

The first thing to remember when organizing your house is to not try to do it all by yourself. Instead, involve everyone in the process. Assign each family member a decluttering job, and guide them accordingly. By doing so, they will be more likely to keep that room area organized.

Three-Box Method

When it comes to decluttering, using a system is key. The Three-Box Method is one popular way to go. It forces you to consider items one by one and avoids creating a bigger mess than you started with. The method works by putting everything into separate boxes – one for daily use, one for weekly use, and one for storage. Each box contains a label that you can refer to when you’re ready to place something into a box.

The first step to decluttering is to understand why you’re holding onto certain objects. For example, an object you’ve had for over a year is probably no longer needed. You should only keep three of these objects, donating the rest to charity, or throwing it out. It’s important to make conscious choices when you declutter your space.

GH Insider’s 14-Day Declutter Guide

The Good Housekeeping Insider’s 14-day declutter challenge is a practical, yet challenging way to declutter your home. It involves performing a specific decluttering task each day. There’s no set time limit, but the goal is to get rid of one piece of junk each day. By the end of the challenge, your home will be organized and clutter-free.

Decluttering requires time and energy, so plan your time accordingly. If you don’t have a lot of time, break the project into small, manageable segments. Two weeks might be a bit much for you to tackle your entire house, so create a schedule that works for you. Having a decluttered home will make cleaning easier.