Most Singapore homes are compact, and we have a lot of stuff to fit inside. So while we love minimalist decor, it can be hard to manage it in real life, especially if you have kids. Somehow toys and clothes and hobbies just seem to grow in the corners of the room!
But there’s a line when a comfortably cosy and full home becomes annoyingly cluttered. One day, you look around and realise things are falling off shelves. It’s annoying at any time, but as Chinese New Year Spring Cleaning approaches clutter can make you feel very overwhelmed to realise your store room is so full you can’t get inside.
The good news is that you do not have to use all of Marie Kondo’s organising tips all at once. You can start now and get on top of the clutter, without driving yourself crazy in the process.
Busy working women long to come home to a calm and organised home. Let’s look at what makes a big difference to reducing clutter – especially as we approach a new year.