You know how the saying goes: "Out with the old, and in with the new."
Lightening the load feels good, especially during this time of year. (After all, January is National "Get Organized" Month.) Cluttered and disordered spaces cause us stress, feed our anxiety, and clog our surrounding energy. It's important to let go and purge in order to create a calm, light environment. And creating a habit daily or weekly around organization will assure that your lightness isn't fleeting.
Start by making the difficult choices necessary for a large-scale declutter. Decide what no longer fits in your life and disregard that which doesn't belong in your vision for the future. Recognize the objects that don't give your space the boost of confidence and beauty it deserves. Then continue to work, because organization isn't a one-and-done deal.
Once you make it a priority to constantly check in with yourself and your space, it will be much easier to adopt a healthy, organized lifestyle. Here are a few tips to help you make organization a habit: