Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful.
— William Morris
It does take time to manage a home!
And nobody teaches you how to do it correctly. Organizing, tidying and maintaining your groceries and supplies stocks, keeping only the essentials, what is required.
There are different facets to house management for long term benefits. That’s why we guide you in the process.
What is house management?
To start, what is house management? Within a house, they are people and materials to take care of and organize. In the process of house management, there are at least two subcategories: house management and household management. Household management is associated with the various tasks and chores along with the organization, financial management, and daily operations to do in a home. Housekeeping refers to the cleaning and physical aspects of a house.
Concretely, house management consists of sorting out dwellings.
For us, the main goal is to adopt minimization. That means to empty all that is useless, to keep only the essentials in storage to facilitate your daily life! In other words, minimization is learning to live better with less, less material things.
House management and Long term benefits
What is interesting is that it isn’t just about tidying and cleaning. Indeed, when you start minimizing your home, you will soon realize that it also affects your well-being and your life. Having less and everything organized nicely allows you to clean your home more easily and to gain time. Gain precious time to focus on things that matter most. By buying and having less stuff around, you will focus more on quality. The advantages and benefits of house management are many/numerous and in the long term.
House management is eco-friendly and trendy
Learning about house management, minimization, and home organizing goes well beyond doing a mere spring cleaning once every six months. It is becoming eco-friendly, adopting a new way of life. Indeed, it changes the way we consume too. The trend now is minimalism, no longer hyper-consumption. Little by little, a lot of people nowadays want to return to simplicity, to basics, to a bright space. There is a nostalgic atmosphere around, a taste of paste, vintage, all that is trendy. People around the world are becoming more aware that they should consume differently and adopt new life habits for their homes and themselves.
House management and how to adopt new habits
Thus, if you want to feel more relaxed, to remove excess, mess out of your life, and improve your home, house management is for you! Yet, what does it consist of? How to do so? It is time to try new approaches in daily living and in tidying your entire home. Because there are different ways to do so, it might take a little bit of time to find the one that suits you best. For instance, you can try to participate in workshops, to take virtual online courses, to call a coach. Before starting, don’t forget to ask yourself what you expect from the process, what isn’t working in your home management? What are your constraints and challenges? How will it make you feel once it is done?
How to do it?
First, you have to sort out all your belongings: what to keep and what to get rid of. The sorting has to be smooth, simple, stress-free. A good home organizing doesn’t have to put pressure on you. Focus on your priorities and the result you want to feel good about.
House management with NeatlyTidy
Our process, the solution is easy. After identifying your issues and needs for your house management with experts, you get a proposal for your project. Then, we set a date to start to put the plan in action.
Of course, the house management process and solutions depend on the size of your house, the number of helpers you need, the time you have, and how full your home is.
Once done, we give you advice for keeping it like this in the long term.
House management is “easy,” and once you understand the benefits from it, your life changes forever. You will see a before and an after. So, if you feel you can’t sort out everything on your own, don’t hesitate to contact us!