A row of organized clothing items in a closet

Living Neatly

By Ben Higgins

One thing you may not know about me: I thrive best when things are clean and organized. This doesn’t mean I keep things spotless and tidy  all the time but when my surroundings are neat and orderly I’m more relaxed and less anxious. Personally I believe cleanliness and organization go hand in hand, but I never seem to be able get things organized efficiently. I needed help — and this is where NEAT Method came to my aid.

NEAT Method is a lifestyle service that can help create more organized, smartly appointed living spaces.

Their team recognizes that life gets hectic and maintaining an organized home can be a challenge. So, NEAT Method will design a customized solution that will help your home get tidy and organized, and stay that way for the long haul.

If you really want to focus on living a better, cleaner life in 2018, but struggle with getting things organized, like me, then I suggest having NEAT Method help you out. You can expect an honest assessment and an eye for detail. I can speak from experience.

The NEAT Colorado team can organize anything within your home, including:

  • Craft spaces
  • Digital updates
  • Garage organization
  • storage
  • home offices
  • moves and unpacking
  • kitchen and pantry
  • laundry spaces
  • wardrobe storage
  • playroom organization

NEAT Method changed the way I feel about my home. If you have trouble organizing do not be ashamed of admitting you need help. I did. The service is available in more than 30 regions in the U.S., so check them out to see if they operate near you.

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    January 25, 2018 at 11:30 am

    Living with less “stuff” has helped me to feel more organized, and having less to organize helps create a more inspiring living space. Working from home, I thrive on an organized, light-filled environment and cannot live or work well with clutter around. Absolutely in agreement there!

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    January 29, 2018 at 10:51 pm

    Oh gosh. I am a total sucker for organizing. For a while I looked into being a professional organizer. I love putting things into piles and separating things into boxes and totes. I love having a file box that holds all the folders that are organized with documents of semi-importance. HOWEVER…my big downfall is having totes and shoe boxes full of things–just stuff that I consider meaningful. I have a memory tied to almost everything I own, so while I would love more than anything to be a minimalist, there are too many things I hold close to my heart. I am fully aware they’re just things, that when I die, they won’t be able to come with me, but for now–they tie me to my grandmas–two of the very most important gals that made the biggest impact on my life.
    I have had my closet organized for years and above anything else this helps keep my daily life running smooth. I keep myself organized enough, I know everything else–papers, cards, cords, art supplies, tools, etc…–those things will find their homes eventually. 🙂 I love learning how other people stay organized and getting different tips/tricks to work into my own organizational methods.

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    March 3, 2018 at 10:52 am

    Reading “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up” was a game changer for me. I read it a little over a year ago and still fold my clothes using the KonMari method!

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    Rick Smith
    May 5, 2018 at 10:12 pm

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