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Winter Home Organization Tips

After the holidays have come and gone, it's time to put all of the decor away and reclaim your home. Many of us give up our homes for the sake of all things merry and bright for the Christmas season. This oftentimes means that we wind up sacrificing space and organization for displaying Christmas trees, adding holiday decor and putting up strands of lights. Once the excitement is over, however, it's time to put everything back in its proper place and make your home yours once more.

Living in an organized space will help you remain stress-free as the new year begins. To make things easy as you begin to reorganize your home, tackle the big projects first, which might need to be dealt with immediately in case of severe winter weather. 

One of the most common issues that older homes are faced with during the cold winter months is freezing pipes. Unless your home is newer than fifty years old, you may already be familiar with this issue. It can be a costly problem to have to deal with repeatedly if not properly dealt with from the get-go. Frozen pipes are not a fun thing to have to wake up to on a cold winter morning. You can easily prevent this from happening by taking the proper precautions before the cold really sets in for the winter. For the best tips or to request a quote visit https://heatline.com/carapace-factory-terminated.

Once you have managed the large issues associated with owning a home during the winter, you can start organizing some of the rooms of your home. The kitchen is a prime place to begin. Start by cleaning out your refrigerator and pantry, as well as your cabinets. Purging items that are out of date or no longer needed can really help you preserve space for adding new items. Clean out empty boxes, wipe down shelves, and pack away any unused gadgets or appliances. If there are items in good condition which can be sold or donated, separate those into two different categories and store until you are ready to rid your home of those items.

If you have pets, you may find that their belongings easily overtake your storage space. Keeping just a few key items for pets can help you maintain a minimalist lifestyle. Organizing dog treats in a jar or canister with a proper label will help to keep those items in their proper places. If your dog happens to be cutting teeth, check out these recommendations for the best puppy teething products to help relieve any discomfort your pup might be experiencing.

Stock up on ready-made meals. One of the best ways to cut down on clutter in the pantry and fridge is to use a meal delivery service. There are so many amazing options when it comes to meal delivery. You can search for all kinds of meals online, and choose the one with the menu that best suits your dietary needs, tastes, or lifestyle. One of my favorites just happens to be found at https://www.freedomjars.ca/. They offer convenient meals in jars, which can be taken on the go for healthy meals any time of day or night. Plus, as an added bonus, the jars can be repurposed or recycled.

Once you have your kitchen organized, you can begin to go through other areas of your home and repeat the purging process. It's said that we should only keep items in our homes which spark joy, and donate or pack away those that do not.

 What are some of the ways you choose to get your home organized for the long winter?

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