Organizing your children’s bedrooms will help both you and your children in many ways. Take a look at some of the benefits of organizing your children’s bedrooms.
1.To get ready faster in the mornings
With your child’s bedroom organized, you will all be able to quickly retrieve items from dressers and closets, which will result in getting dressed faster.
2. To find things quickly
Your child will be able to find clothing, shoes, toys and games faster with everything organized.
3. To save money
Organized dressers and closets mean no more buying items you already have but cannot find. You may save money by not repurchasing items you already own.
4. For a cleaner room
Better organization and less clutter means less to pick up, clean and dust. Creating a place for everything clears the floors, making chores such as sweeping and vacuuming easier.
5. For a calmer bed time
Cluttered spaces often cause anxiety. A decluttered bedroom will help to create a more calm and peaceful feeling, possibly making it easier for your child to sleep.
6. For a healthier sleeping space
When a space is decluttered, it is easier to clean, and will result is less dust and bacteria in the sleeping space. This can relieve allergies and give your child a healthier sleeping environment.
7. To improve study habits
If your child has a desk space set up in the bedroom, they have an area where they can focus on doing homework, which can improve study habits.
8. To streamline swapping out clothing sizes as your child grows
If you have a method to deal with changing sizes, such as storage for clothing that will be hand-me-downs or is to be grown into, the process of switching clothing sizes will be much easier.
9. To encourage reading
Organized book shelves will make books more accessible and encourage reading.
10. To teach them organizing methods
By working with your child to get their bedroom organized and maintain that organization, you’ll be teaching your child organizing methods that can be used for a lifetime.
11. To reduce arguments between siblings
If your children share a bedroom, setting up separate and organized storage areas for each person’s belongings can help prevent disagreements.
12. To give your child ownership of his or her belongings
If your child is involved in organizing his or her bedroom, it will help teach them to better care for their belongings and give them ownership and pride in their space.
The main benefit of organizing any area is that you and your family will save time searching for items resulting in less stress and chaos. If you live in the Raleigh, North Carolina area and need hands-on organizing assistance or want a do-it-yourself plan, I’d love to help you. If you live elsewhere, I offer virtual organizing services via FaceTime and Skype to help you with any size organizing project. Please contact me for a free phone consultation to get started.