Today I'm giving you a look at how we organise our kids' clothes so that everything is organised, easily accessible, and our children can start to learn how to put clothes away themselves. My daughter's room just has a chest of drawers at present, while my son's bedroom has a double built-in wardrobe that we use for hanging both their clothes, as well as storing linen and extra 'stuff'. We have plans to renovate this space soon so here's a peek before we change it up!
I was watching 'The Living Room' the other night, and professional organiser Peter Walsh was on, helping a couple clear through their clutter. I always love watching these segments (naturally!), because it gives a great look at the decluttering process and the amazing reaction of the couple at the end when everything is clean and cleared - such a great feeling! Hope you've had some success this month getting your wardrobe decluttered and more organised.
As part of all the posts on getting wardrobes organised this month, I thought I'd also focus on getting your kid's clothes and accessories under control. Next week, I'll be showing you a video of how our kids' wardrobes are set up, but today I'm focusing on how to organise your kids' accessories, including hairbands and clips, bags and hats.
Despite being an organised person, the one thing I always find myself making excuses for is doing exercise. I do love exercise once I'm actually doing it, it's just the 'getting started' part I'm not the best at. Hands up if you're with me? I've used the kids as my main excuse, but also being too tired, not enough time, too much work, the weather is too hot/cold, too expensive to join the gym... It's a never-ending cycle of excuses! Here's how I changed my attitude and got more organised and prepared for workouts.