5 Organizing Tips We Learned From “The Home Edit” Show

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No matter what our passions are, where we live, or what we do for work, I’d like to think that we all have the same experience of dreading that one item on our to-do list that we put off for too long and perhaps never get to. For me, that dreaded responsibility is finding a system to organize my overflowing pantry that is near hazardous. Seriously, I really should be wearing a helmet before I open up my cabinets… I may or may not have been clocked in the noggin’ by a falling can of black beans last week (a story for another day).

This weekend, I binge-watched Netflix’s new show Get Organized with The Home Edit, and let me tell you, I am equal parts mesmerized, inspired, and in love. If you’ve never heard of The Home Edit, let me catch you up to speed. The Home Edit is a company founded by the fairy godmothers of home organizing, Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin. Besides…

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