Follow five rules of order
Develop new habits to prevent buildup.
1. Establish a routine
For instance, when you enter your home, put your handbag in a designated place, along with your coat, the dog's leash and other items. Remind yourself until it becomes second nature.
Every time you use something, put it back in its home. Think of this as "resetting," so it's ready the next time you want it.
3.See tasks through
Unfished chores are a major factor in a disorganized home. Laundry isn't done until the clothes are folded, hung and put away. Dishes aren't done until they've been dried and placed back in the cupboard. The same,e is true for home improvement projects. Don't start a job unless you have the time and motivation to finish it.
4. Cycle items in and out
If you bring something new into your home, from a new winter coat to a newspaper, something else can likely be thrown out or given away.
5. Work one room at a time
Don't organize by going back and forth between areas of your home. It will sap your energy and often result in half-finished projects.