Get the latest tips and tricks from the best home organization blogs online. Learn from these pro bloggers how to save time and money by getting your home and your life more organized. Here is our list of the top 12 home organization blogs. After reading these blogs you may realize that extra storage space would be a big step towards getting organized. Contact Classic Buildings today for a free, no obligation quote and find out how affordable a new portable building is.
Best Home Organization Blogs
Not only does clutter look bad, but it also can affect your mental health. According to Psychology Today and a study done by the University of New Mexico, “clutter compromises an individual’s perception of home, and ultimately feeling of satisfaction with life.” So take a look at these helpful organizational blogs and get your life back on track.
1. A Bowl Full of Lemons
What to Expect: You’ll find helpful posts on topics such as clearing the clutter in your living room and making the most of the space at your front door.
Facebook Followers: 236,621
Twitter Followers: 9.041
2. Organizing Junkie
About the Blog: “This blog is dedicated to my love of all things to do with organizing! Join me as I chronicle the life of an organizing junkie and attempt to get others “hooked” along with me. The more “junkies” out there the less freakish I seem! Don’t say I didn’t warn you.”
What to Expect: This is a very practical blog that will help you in your real life, not in an imaginary “magazine-style” life. You’ll find lots of practical organizing tips to help you save time and money.
Facebook Followers: 63,822
Twitter Followers: 13,8000
3. IHeart Organizing
About the Blog: “There really is no better way to enjoy my passion for organizing, than through this blog. I love trying out new systems and sharing our successes along with lessons learned along the way. Throw in some fun DIY projects and hopefully there is a little something for everyone popping by. ”
What to Expect: This full-time blogger and stay-at-home mom will not only give you lots of great organizing tips, but you’ll also find many inventive crafts and DIY projects as well as ideas for making your home more beautiful.
Facebook Followers: 148,827
Twitter Followers: 17,900
4. A Slob Comes Clean
About the Blog: “This is a safe place to know you are not alone in your housekeeping struggles, to gain hope that you too can change, and to learn from someone who understands the unique workings of a Slob Brain.”
What to Expect: If you are a secret slob yourself, you’ll easily be able to relate to the honesty and humor of this blogger. Her suggestions are for real people who struggle with keeping things tidy.
Facebook Followers: 164,007
Twitter Followers: 5,241
5. Clutter Bug
About the Blog: The Clutter Bug is “now on a mission to spread the Clutterbug Organizing Philosophy and help other families who struggle with disorganization and clutter. I offer free education and ideas through my YouTube videos, Podcasts, Blog and my amazing online Facebook support group. I’ve been able to help over 500,000 families transform their lives through organization and now it’s your turn!”
What to Expect: You will learn how to effectively organize your home according to your organizing personality type. Find out what kind of organizing suits you the best.
Facebook Followers: 67,384
Twitter Followers: 2,327
6. Creating Mary’s Home
About the Blog: “This site used to be called Mary ORGANIZES, and while organizing will always be a big focus for me, I want to look at the bigger picture. What are we doing to create homes we want to live in right now? I’m not talking about that next house that will have twice as many closets and bathrooms, but what are we doing with what we’ve already got?”
What to Expect: You’ll get helpful ideas on how to create a beautiful home from a professional organizer and recovering perfectionist. Mary will share the organizing techniques that have worked for her clients with you, her readers.
Facebook Followers: 30,353
Twitter Followers: 1,747
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7. Reddit – Declutter
About the Blog: “Advice, challenges, questions, inspiration and discussions about how to be able to handle all the stuff you have and how to get rid of things you no longer need or want. For people who want to tidy up and get rid of their clutter (physical, visual, digital, or otherwise). ”
What to Expect: You’ll get a vast selection of posts, about 15 new ones every week, from a wide variety of subscribers.
Facebook Followers: 1,147,750
Twitter Followers: 508,410
8. LifeHacker – Decluttering
About the Blog: You’ll find informative blogs on decluttering and organization from this award-winning daily blog.
What to Expect: Find tips, shortcuts, and downloads that will help you make your life more efficient. Lifehacker helps you do almost everything better.
Facebook Followers: 2,509,995
Twitter Followers: 4,210,000
9. Just a Girl and Her Blog
About the Blog: “I am truly passionate about creating a beautiful, thriving home, life, and business and helping others to do the same! On the blog, those passions manifest themselves in posts about organization and productivity and in practical, easy-to-follow decorating tips.”
What to Expect: In addition to some great blog posts, you’ll also find eBooks and courses that will give you more in-depth information about these helpful organization and decorating topics.
Facebook Followers: 24,750
Twitter Followers: 8,200
10. Be More with Less – Clutter
About the Blog: “Be more with less is about simplifying your life and really living. Living with less creates time and space to discover what really matters. Through decluttering, and focusing on the best things instead of all the things, you can create a life with more savings and
less no debt, more health and less stress, more space and less stuff, and more joy with less obligation.”
What to Expect: You’ll be truly inspired by this blogger to learn how to be more content with less. Simplify your life and fill it with love.
Facebook Followers: 160,697
Twitter Followers: 27,000
11. Organizing Home Life
About the Blog: “I started Organizing Homelife to inspire you to get organized in the midst of a busy life. By sharing ideas, tips, DIY projects, tutorials, and printables, my goal is to assist you in organizing your life so you can spend your time enjoying those things that are most important to you, like your family!”
What to Expect: You’ll find plenty of inspiration to get organized as well as how to be grateful for the space you have.
Facebook Followers: 311,134
Twitter Followers: 1,775
About the Blog: “Hi! I’m your coach, Alejandra. And if you’re seeking a more organized life, then I’m overjoyed we finally found each other! I’ve been helping people learn how to declutter and get organized for the past 10+ years (though I’ve been practicing my entire life!). I am also a certified life coach so I can help you dig deeper into the root causes of your clutter.”
What to Expect: Learn how organization can be a way to create a calm, peaceful, and productive environment that makes life easier so you can focus on what matters most – family, fun, health, faith/spirituality, personal growth, community, and career.
Facebook Followers: 112,224
Twitter Followers: 8,677
Bonus Blog – Marie Kondo: All Things KonMari’d
We really couldn’t do a list of organizational blogs without mentioning the Netflix superstar and author Marie Kondo. And yes, she also has a blog.
About Marie Kondo: “Marie is a renowned tidying expert helping people around the world to transform their cluttered homes into spaces of serenity and inspiration. Her KonMari Method™, introduced in The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up (a global phenomenon that has sold more than ten million copies in over forty countries), is a way of life inspired by a single question: Does this item spark joy? The answer points the way to a life filled only with the items we truly cherish.”
What to Expect: “Stories from Marie and our community that spark joy and celebrate the KonMarie lifestyle.”
Facebook Followers: 678,003
Twitter Followers: 143,000
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