Janet Schiesl, B
August 05, 2020
Finding your nook when you think about organizing. What does that mean? There no secret to it. Let me explain.
Organizing doesn’t have to be a huge undertaking. Actually, it’s probably better in small bundles. A little here and a little there and you will see a difference in no time.
Look for your ‘Hygge” when organizing your space. Have you heard of hygge? I started learning about hygge a few years ago and look at it as a way to find a comfortable level of organization in my life. Meaning, doing just enough organizing in my home, but not letting it overwhelm me. Would that work for you? By focusing on a nook (or one small space) that doesn’t work and changing it in a way that makes you feel calmer and happy. That’s how I use hygge in my life. Here’s a definition of hygge I like from . hyggehouse.com
Where to start?
There are lots of small places that collect odds and ends that clutter up your home, your car, your office and your life. Here is a list of some of those nooks and crannies where you can make a difference in a short amount of time.
Closets – clothes, linen, front hall/coat, gift wrap, storage, craft, toy, pantry
Drawers – junk, kitchen, pencil, desk, dresser, end tables, bathroom, glove compartment, file
, media, kitchen, file, craft, china, pantry, storage, bathroom, toy, office supply
Shelves – book, knickknacks, storage, closet, shoe, media
Chests – toy, tool, jewelry, car trunk
I have learned a lot about how to practice hygge (which is very personal) from joining a couple of facebook groups. My favorite is . Check them or other out. See how people everywhere incorporate hygge and organization into their lives. Find your nook and get started! The Hygge Nook
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