First take a deep breath. You can do this, I know you rather watch some Netflix and drink wine but think about the feeling of an organized room you sitting proud of your work, no more shameful drawers or dusty corners. Okay ready? Let's do it!

Now first things first pick the right playlist for it, something uplifting is key to maintain stamina. Now that you have your headphones in let's start small. Pick a drawer and remove everything from it, clean the inside, throw away any trash and re organize the contents. Repeat until all your drawers are neat.

Great work so far! Let's take a break and have a glass of water. But don’t sit down, you have to keep moving. Next up are countertops and tables. The same idea as before, remove everything and wipe clean. Pro tip this is a great time to try on some new decorations for an extra fresh looking room.

Next up is the TV console or computer desk, the real issue here are the cables most of us do not take the time to manage them correctly and over time it just looks like a cyber spider home. So here is what you need to do first: take a picture where every cable connects to, this will be your guide for later. Now unplug everything, yes I said unplug EVERYTHING. Okay now plan your cable routes and use either zip ties or cable wraps to group different cables. You will be surprised at the difference it makes to plan ahead, now using the pictures as a guide plug everything back in. 

Now that the hardest part is done, just make sure you clean you sofa. To insure you don't damage anything just follow the manufacturer instructions. For most of our sofas have removable covers that can be dry cleaned.

Alright let's be real, you still have some mess left and need more storage right? Even with all the re organizing in the world not everything has a home. So here is what you need to do in the future to avoid this issue, when buying new furniture make sure it is multifunctional. This can really maximize your space and give you the edge you need for an extra neat room. 

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