Living in an apartment can be an amazingly affordable way to live in a place and not have to pay for every busted pipe or broken appliance. Yes, the landlord is there to take some of the weight off of your shoulders, but the tradeoff is renting a smaller space.
Apartments have their pros and cons, but perhaps the most difficult hinderance is the little amount of storage you have to work with. Some apartments only offer one storage closet and no resemblance of a garage, pantry, or basic storage areas that we
tend to think of as a standard.
The goal will be the maximize space and minimalize what is sitting out so that you can clearly see all of your belongings without clutter.
The tips to make this possible include:
We’ll leave you with the parting wisdom of this Netflix star, organization guru, and all-around home-angel, Marie Kondo of the KonMari Method:
“The space in which we live should be for the person we are becoming now, not for the person we were in the past… Imagine yourself living in a space that only contains things that spark joy… The best way to find out what we really need is to get rid of what we don’t.”
all of us at Energy To Go – Happy organizing and trust your instincts on what should stay or go.