Spring Cleaning Part 7: Organizing Kids and Teen Rooms
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Hi! Shannah Holt with Fit Frugal Life. I need to get my house cleaned and in order, because we will be moving in the near future and I don’t want to take a bunch of junk with me this time! So it is time for some Spring Cleaning in my house. I thought why not share tips and resources I use or find in my quest to finally tackle a household of 6 mess. Have you done any Spring Cleaning in your home yet this year? Today’s Blog topic is all about Organizing a Kids room. Fortunately I don’t have to clean and organize my kids’ bedrooms (not that they don’t need my assistance, but they are old enough to get the job done themself now). It doesn’t mean I didn’t research some great ideas for you to use for your kid’s rooms though.
As I talked about in Spring Cleaning Part 2: What do I need? I have a sorting system I label GTSM for Giveaway, Trash, Store, or Move. I start every room with that first. I go through to find any broken items, can’t fit, or I no longer want or need to giveaway or trash. Anything that doesn’t belong in that room I decide if it needs to be moved or stored somewhere else. Then I start on the cleaning of all these areas from top to bottom. You can get my free checklists by clicking below.
Does your kid’s room look like this picture?
Image by Lynnae Mccoy.com
If you were ever over to my house while my kids were little you seen this often unfortunately! Lynnae Mccoy.com has some tips to get your kids room organized once and for all. So if you want the picture to look more like the after below check out her tips.
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Want more ways to organize those toys? How about 44 of the Best Toy Storage tips from around the internet from Homebnc.com
Stuffed animals were something that completely overtook my girl’s rooms. We were always trying to find a corner to hang those hammocks to throw them all into, but it was still a little messy. Here is a great and frugal way to get them up out of the way from Hometalk.com
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I did always love giving my kids books every year for Christmas. I’m still a very avid reader and so are most of my kids. Here is a frugal way to make a reading corner out of rain gutters from restorationbeauty.com
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Do you have teenagers that need a little help organizing their room? I know I do and I found these 27 different ways from tatertotsandjello.com
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Here are a 10 tips on organizing kids clothes from whatmomslove.com
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After the room is all clean check out these ideas and checklist for your children to keep it clean from Stain Removal 101
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Do you need all natural cleaning supply recipes? Check out the ones I use along with ideas on other tools to use while spring cleaning in Part 3 Here
I have a FREE 14 Day Spring Lean & Clean group starting on April 17th to share more tips, support, accountability for getting the house cleaned and your workout in each day. Join below so you can get early access today!