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How To Organizing House?

How To Organizing House?

How To Organizing House? If you set up systems that run smoothly, you should find yourself with some free time to enjoy. Break down complex tasks into a number of simple jobs so that you can handle them easily, or delegate them to other members of your household.

Plan carefully for major family events, and find out how to prepare yourself for any possible crises that may arise.

Making and Using a Household Organizer

Make and display an organizer like the one below so that everyone in your household knows what they and the rest of the household will be doing each day. Use it not only for logging activities but also for listing any equipment needed for them, such as swimming gear or library books.

Using an organizer Plan each week’s activities in advance, and refer to the chart so that you do not forget details. Encourage the household to make a habit of updating the chart each evening.

  1. Take a photograph of each member of your household. On each photograph, draw a square around the person’s face, and – following the lines – cut out the face. Make sure that the trimmed photographs are all the same size.
  2. On a piece of cardboard, I draw a column for activities, then one for each photograph. Draw a row for each activity. Leave the first column empty, and glue the photographs to the tops of the other columns.
  3. In the first column, draw a symbol for each activity. Cover the chart with dear adhesive plastic, and display it In a prominent place such as the kitchen wall. To fill it in, use a pen with ink that can be wiped off. Check the activities for each person on a particular day. and add any other details required.

Buying Clothing

Organizing Personal Care

Good grooming is an important element of personal organization. If you take the time to arrange your closet so that it is easy to present yourself neatly, you will feel confident and will make a good impression on other people.

Putting Together a Closet

Group cloches so you can find them easily. Keep frequently worn garments in the most accessible places. Do not hang clothes cleaned or mended. Instead, put them in a prominent place, and make time to deal with them as soon as possible.

Grouping Belongings

  • Grouping by use Group casual clothes, dressy clothes, sports gear, and formal wear.
  • Matching accessories Hang scarves on the same hangers as outfits. Group shoes, bags, belts, and gloves so that you can match them to outfits.
  • Matching jewelry Make labels listing items of jewelry to wear with each outfit, and attach the labels to the hangers holding the relevant clothes. Use code words for valuable jewelry so that it cannot easily be identified by burglars.
  • Keeping outdoor wear Hang coats by an outside door, rather than in a closet, so that they are easily accessible.

Grouping By Color

Coordinating clothes Arrange clothes of each type (such as daywear or sportswear) into similar or complementary colors, so that you can select coordinated outfits quickly and easily from your closet.

Buying Clothing

  • Choosing colors If you find a garment that fits and suits you, buy it in several colors.
  • Selecting underwear Choose underwear that is not too tight or too loose. Avoid patterned items that may show under pants or pale colors.
  • Embellishing garments If you are on a limited budget, buy inexpensive clothes, and dress them up by changing the buttons or adding decorations.
  • Buying for others Record the measurements of all your family members in a diary. Before buying a garment for someone, refer to the figures to check the size.

Choosing Clothes

Check that your closet contains a selection of basic garments that you can mix and match to form outfits. Include the following items.

  • Underwear for at least 2
  • 6 sets of sleepwear.
  • 5 casual shirts.
  • 2 jackets,
  • 2 sweaters
  • 3 pairs of dress shoes,
  • 2 pairs of casual shoes
  • 1 dressy overcoat,
  • 1 casual overcoat.
  • Accessories.

Keeping Old Clothes

Rejuvenating coat sleeves If the sleeves of a coat are short or frayed at the ends, hut t he rest Still fits and is in good condition, sew a trim onto the cuffs to extend or dress up the skews Attach the trim so that it extends beyond the end of each sleeve.

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