As 2015 winds down I’m taking a look back on the home organising projects I did! Back in January I made a list of areas in my home that I wanted to re-organise. You can read that post here. Here’s how I got on!
My list of jobs were:
• A laundry room renovation
• A TV/Den room renovation
• Organising the entrance way
• Creating Travel checklists
• Organising my mobile office
• Creating Emergency & Important numbers checklist
• Organising Bathroom cupboards
• An IKEA hack & Living room transformation
• My home office renovation
I managed to get through about half of the projects which is not too bad. I actually thought it was worse, but while looking back over the list, I was pretty pleased with what I did do! The tasks I didn’t get around to were the entrance way, travel checklists and my mobile office. But let’s look at what I did get through!
I mentioned in my January post that I’d start off with the office. Which I did and it’s organised and working. But it’s just not quite right so it’s going back onto the Home Projects list for 2016.
For the TV/Den room we did manage to get the paper off the walls in the Den but it’s still a work in progress! Apologies for the awful photo quality!
Some of the tasks I’ve done I still haven’t blogged about. So I’ll get on that, write them up and put them in the schedule so you can see in detail what I did.
First up, we did finish our laundry room renovation. This is a really lovely room now, organised and functions well. I’ll blog soon on this organising and decor makeover!
I did create my Emergency and Important numbers checklist, which you can see here! This is really handy to have, especially if anyone else is using the apartment when I’m away.
I also organised the bathroom cupboards and I did blog about those! You can read up on that transformation here.
I did an organising job on two other bathroom cabinets too – one will be in an upcoming blog and the other is in an upcoming video so stay tuned!
And finally, I did do a big IKEA hack in my living room and I wrote all about that too, which you can read here. That IKEA hack was also published in the website Ikea Hackers and you can see it here!
So not a bad job in the end. I’m creating my 2016 Organising Project list at the moment and I’ll fill you in on that next week. Plus I’ll have a new checklist for you to write down any projects you’d like to do in your home!
Happy New Year everyone!