Organizing

Ever feel like you’re drowning in a sea of stuff and have no idea how to fix it or where to start? You’re not alone. Find effective tips for organizing everything in your home—from chaotic closets to tiny toddler toys. It’s not only about creating orderly systems, but also figuring out what should actually be taking up the valuable real estate within each space. We’ve included helpful lists advising you what to purge (those three spare can openers in the utensil drawer) and how to let some sentimental pieces go (your math notebook from junior high). Follow our 31-day plan to create an orderly closet out of the mountain of clothing, shoes, and handbags that currently overload the space. Want to get into the habit of being (and staying) organized? We’ve even included a list of habits that highly organized people live by—so you can do the same.

Kristen Bell Organized a Closet With Marie Kondo—And It Was Hilarious

Watch the latest episode of Momsplaining on Ellen DeGeneres’s YouTube channel to see what we mean. It's definitely joyful.

This Bedding Will Turn Your Bedroom Into a Calming Retreat

Designer Rebecca Atwood launched a new bedding line that’s all about comfort.

Easy Organizing Ideas to Steal From 5 Inspiring Closet Makeovers

You have to see these incredible before-and-afters. 

Peek Inside Mandy Moore’s Ultra-Organized Pantry

You have to see how the organizing gurus at the Home Edit made over the star's space. 

The Most Durable Trash Bags

Whether used for the kitchen or the lawn, these bags can take everything you dish out.

Organizing the Garage Checklist

Clear clutter and create order in the garage in just a few simple steps.

Turn Clutter Into Storage and Decor Solutions

How to refresh a room using boxes, jars, and other household items.

Before-You-Sell Checklist

Ready to part with unused belongings? Here’s how to get your items ready to be sold online, offered in a yard sale, or donated.

5 Clever New Uses for Things You Might Find in Your Garage

Smart ways to re-purpose those items that are probably just collecting dust.