“Cleanliness is next to Godliness” – a wise saying truly states the importance of adopting and practicing cleanliness in our lives.
As a student, you may be very busy with your daily tasks outside your room. But you must remember the space where you go to rest, study, and sleep. Your room is your kingdom. Create positive energy to relax, focus, and feel good. Try to be organized, methodical, and systematic to find peace.
Many studies have found that a cluttered space can lead to stress, anxiety, and low focus on studies. Your surroundings have a deep impact on your mental well-being. To help you stay focused, we’ve compiled some tips on how to organise your room:
Declutter unwanted things from your closet and study table
The closet and the desk are the two key areas you use daily, and they always turn out messy. We all know the reasons for it, right? When you are in a rush and pull down all your clothes or throw things on your desk. By the time you are home, you come to an even more cluttered room. For this reason, minimize and de-clutter unwanted items; keep what’s necessary. Now, you have fewer items, more space, and easier to find your things.
Use the space under your bed
You may have a small room, but you can organize the room by using the space underneath your bed. There’s a lot of room there if you know how to use it. Store your shoes, dustbin, and secondary essential items. If you have a suitcase, try to place it too. Your room will look neat, clean, and tidy. An organized room leaves space for an organized mind.
Hook up those storage bags
The more you declutter your room, the more positive you feel. Make use of that empty wall you have by nailing some hooks. Then, you can hang storage bags and dump small essentials and other stuff in it. You can even hang your jumpers, mufflers, coats, etc. It’s handy!
Hit up the room with decors
When you notice some eye-catching decor, it helps stimulate your brain to keep things in order. You can add fairy lights or a lamp to the room for a soothing and relaxing environment. Stick some posters with motivational and positive affirmations to remind you of daily. Add green indoor plants or flowers to the room for good vibes and energy.
Clean your room daily
A clean and fresh room leads to good sleep. When your room is clean and tidy, it looks organised, making it easier for you to find things. You can also come to a clean room. It’s an easy habit to follow, and with practise, it can have an everlasting effect on your lifestyle. Remember to clean your sheets once every two weeks and get those smooth, fresh, and soft sheets.
We hope this blog will be helpful as a student room tip for an organised place. Now you know what to do! If you find more, leave a comment and share with many other students. Remember: Clear your space and clean your mind.