I have a giant laundry hamper that always has enough room for all my clothes. I also recommend getting a wooden clothes rack thing. I think they are called a clothes tree. You can hang your clothes over that instead of laying them on the bed.
Make your bed every morning removing everything and keeping the bed clean. Put your PJs under your pillow. If you always scatter your clothes on the bed while you are changing. Set an intention to always fold and place back the items which you choose not to wear back into your closet before picking another. Give yourself the time before bed to clean your sleeping space. And if possible don’t have your closet in the room you sleep in.
I put clothes that are dirty straight into the laundry basket. Otherwise if it is something that I am going to rewear I am likely to put it on the clothes hanger
I don’t allow laundry in my bedroom, because I already have anxiety. For me to feel peace while I’m sleeping, I can’t allow any extra clutter.
I put them in there "other places, clothes basket or put back up" immediately. It annoys me for that moment but I am also grateful it's done
I have 2 clothes baskets 1 for clean clothes that I really should put away and another for dirty clothes. Now admittedly I tend to fish through the clean clothes until it is empty a habit I soon hope to break
I have a little table at the end of the bed where I fold everything that I'm using and whatever it's yet too clean to go to the laundry, but not enough to go back to the wardrobe.
- I organized my room but still have things with no where to go. What else should I do to help keep things clean.
- What is the best way to clean or tidy up when you have a lot to do?
- What’s the best way to make cleaning more fun?
- What’s the best way to keep your bathroom clean when you have hard water?
- How can i keep clean my space?
- Any good tips on clothing organization?
- With stress and a busy schedule, how do you make yourself actually clean?
- I sometimes find cleaning too mindful and I can get caught up in worried thoughts. Any tips on how to avoid this pattern?
- If I start cleaning, I become obsessive. When do you know when to stop?
- How often do you clean?