Monday, December 28th, 2015

Christmas Cleanup Tips for the Not Naturally Organized

  1. Take pictures. You can use them as a reference for when you’re decorating the house next year.
  2. Separate the non-breakables. When you are storing your ornaments, keep your non-breakables together. This saves time and space because these do not need to be wrapped and placed in divided boxes.
  3. Break it down into categories. Fill a box with only lights, or only books.
  4. Buy the right supplies. Be sure you have enough boxes, box dividers,
wrapping paper, etc.
  5. Make a note. Put notes in your boxes detailing what is in the box, if things
are broken, or if you need to buy more of something.
  6. Get help at the end. Once you are finished putting everything into boxes,
ask a friend or family member to help you move the boxes to storage.

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Dreading the post holiday chores? First let yourself unwind. Then grab some boxes, a few supplies and this easy guide

Cleanup? I finally got my feet up! Let’s face it: After all the time and work we’ve put in to making the holidays, the last thing anyone wants to do is clean it all up.

If that resonated with you, you are probably Not Naturally Organized and this is just the holiday version of the core issue that divides the Naturally and Not Naturally Organized: now or later. While we, the Not Naturally Organized, want to finally relax and maybe think about cleaning up someday, our Naturally Organized brothers and sisters are twitch, twitch, twitching to haul it all away today.

But what about savoring the beauty? I’m with you completely … until February when your tree is moldering in the corner of your living room. Who wants that? Go ahead and relax; whenever you decide to tackle the mess, here are a few tips to make the process as easy as can be.

Read the full article here.

 

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