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With home isolation on the cards for the immediate future, many Australian’s are looking for ways to make their home feel more comfortable and organised.

Are you one of them?

In this blog we’ve put together a list of ways to can take control of your home organisation during this uncertain time.

Create a work or study space

Are you working from home? Do you have children that are learning from home? If either situation rings true for your family, it’s important to set up a designated work or study space. Not only will this assist in concentration levels and productivity for those who are working or studying, but it will ensure that your home doesn’t get overrun with work and study items.

If you’re short on space, we recommend converting your kitchen table into a work or study area. Ensure you have pens and paper nearby and any technology requirements set up.

Invest in storage baskets

One of our favourite ways to stay organised during home isolation is with storage baskets.

These can be used for almost any kind of item and are brilliant as you can move them from room to room as needed. And they’re great for storing kids’ toys, learning items, games or puzzles.

If you find that your family home has lots of mess – consider allocating a basket for each family member, this way they can toss all their items inside at the end of each day and each basket can be neatly tucked away!

Do a daily tidy

The best habit for home organisation involves setting aside ten to 15 minutes each day for a quick tidy of your home.

What this means is grabbing a rubbish bin and moving from room to room removing all rubbish, plates, cups, and miscellaneous items that are not where they should be.

This may not sound like a lot of fun after a long day of working from home or home schooling, but it is essential if you want to remain in control and feel organised during this time.

Are you ready to take control of your home isolation? We sure hope so!