Start a toy rotation system by keeping only a portion of your little one’s toys accessible at a time. Store the rest in bins or a closet. This keeps play areas tidy and makes toys feel "new" when they're rotated back in.
Store recipes digitally
Apps like Cookbook make it so much easier to store and plan recipes for the week which saves time trying to google old recipes or search through recipe books.
Save all your favourite family meals and tick the ones you plan on making for the week. It even creates a shopping list for you!
Closet seasonal rotation
Store out-of-season clothes in clear bins or vacuum-sealed bags. Rotate your wardrobe with the change of seasons to maximize closet space and keep it clutter-free.
This saves time every day when trying to choose outfits
Clean out your junk drawer
We all have one... that drawer that has batteries, cords and who knows what. Take 15 minutes to dump it on the floor and give it a good declutter. Use drawer dividers to create categories for items in this drawer to save time when looking for them next. Throw out junk and any multiples of cords that you don’t need.
Declutter room by room
Decluttering is one of the best ways to reduce stress and keep the home clean, but it can be overwhelming. Make a list of the areas in your home that you want to declutter and tackle one area or room at a time. I like to make it fun by putting my music on loud and getting in my comfy cleaning clothes. It can actually be quite a cleansing and nostalgic experience, especially when you come across old gems you didn’t know you had lost
I hope you enjoyed these home hacks.
If you have any hacks of your own I'd love you to share in the comments below