In light of the recent outbreak of the Corona Virus throughout the world, many people are staying home for several weeks. During this time of uncertainty and fear I have been looking for ways to keep my anxiety at bay. So, I have turned to what I know: staying physically organized to help keep my mind clear. In times of chaos, it is helpful to stay organized and structured. I wanted to share a little bit of that with all of you through an plan to help keep you busy, and organized during the outbreak. So, if you’re looking for something to keep you and your family busy during the coronavirus outbreak, try this challenge using my FREE download.

For each of the daily tasks I will be sharing a how-to on my Instagram stories (@orderly.organizing). But in general here’s how I would tackle each space:

  1. Take everything out
  2. Sort by like things
  3. Throw away/donate anything that is no longer needed
  4. Remove anything that does not belong
  5. Ensure there are no other belongings throughout your home that really belong in this space. If there are things, make sure to include them in your sort
  6. Add bins for containment and put everything away
  7. Label bins to ensure everyone in your home knows where each item goes when it’s time to clean up!

Share with me how it’s going on my Instagram, and if you’re stuck comment below or send me a message. We’re in this together!

Published by Orderly Professional Organizing

Hi, I'm McElle! I'm passionate about people and taking an individual approach to organizing. Free of judgement, I work with each client to get their home in a state that brings a sense of peace and order. I'll teach you my tricks to keeping your home organized long after our sessions end. After 12+ years of childcare experience I have found my niche in the organizing industry is working with families. If you're stressed about the clutter from your young children I'll help you determine the best way to manage it all. Aside from families I specialize in home staging, moving/unpacking and organizing your home for new stages of life (i.e. first child, grown children, empty nesters). I can't wait to work together!

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