Today, we’re talking with Jenna Nelson, owner of Top Shelf Organizing, about how to organize your home! Don’t worry – getting organized can be a daunting task but it doesn’t have to be.
You can easily work your way to a decluttered life if you start small—tackling one area at a time and then moving to the next. Jenna shares her wisdom and advice on all things Organization.
One great piece of advice she points out is to look around your space to see what doesn’t belong and just put it away. An area can quickly become cluttered if we allow it to but it can also stay organized if we simply take a few extra minutes to keep it this way.
Jenna Nelson is the owner of Top Shelf Organizing! She loves helping bring order and sustainability to each space she works on and helping clients feel organized even in an unorganized world!
She is also another Nashville girl, and we’re so excited to have her on this week’s episode!!
A Few Highlights on How to Organize Your Home:
Start decluttering the spaces where you spend the most time or the spaces giving you the biggest headache.
There is a cost to hiring a professional but it will be a benefit in the end because you won’t waste money on the wrong items.
Organizing for professionals is a job. Don’t worry about being judged. They’ve seen it all.
To stay decluttered you must be intentional—make a point to put things where they belong.
Memorabilia can be tricky—only you can decide what stays and what goes.
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