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Is your home in desperate need of some organisation but you have no idea where to start? Take some inspiration from Perth mum-of-three Jessica.
She has shared her incredibly ordered home and the budget go-to products she uses to do it. Surprisingly though, her impressive home wasn't always so organised.
"I am NOT typically a tidy/organised person! In fact, the opposite is true," Jessica told Yahoo Lifestyle.
"In 2020 I was diagnosed with ADHD and OCD and not the “cleaning” obsessed OCD.
"I finally had answers as to why everyday tasks like remembering things, starting and finishing tasks, concentration and staying organised were hard for me but seemed easier for others."
Her diagnosis lead Jessica to develop a range of different budget storage systems in her house that worked wonders for her and her family.
The Perth mum says she didn't restructure her home overnight, instead she tackled one drawer at a time.
"My organisational hack is to Label, Label, Label! I have a “Cricut Machine” that I cut vinyl labels on to stick on all of the storage items to make finding things super easy," she explains.
"Also, a lot of stores sell pre-made labels with a label for just about everything."
The jaw-dropping results of her transformed home show her pantry, bathroom cupboards, office and toy room all beautifully put together.
"It's a work of art!"
She recently shared her home on the Bunnings Mums Facebook page, where she demonstrated what she used to transform her space.
Jessica says she was "absolutely blown away" by the response she received from others in the group who likened her home to a "work of art".
“Wow so organised you have done a fantastic job,” one person commented.
“I thought I was OCD but you are the next level,” added another.
“Omg. Do you need my address To do my house? That’s amazing,” joked a third.
Jessica also shares her incredible decluttering hacks on her Instagram page Insta Mumma where she has a 10,000 strong fan following.
"Knowing that something I have implemented can be inspirational and helpful to so many people starting out on their organisational journey is the best feeling," she says.
How she does it
Surprisingly, Jessica says that you don’t need a huge budget to reorganise your home, with many of her must-have decluttering products from budget retailers like Kmart and Bunnings.
Jessica says she uses clear stackable drawers from Kmart for her bathroom and kitchen storage. She also places cardboard with labels on the inside at the front to make them look neat and tidy.
She also revealed that she uses the $4.99 fabric storage cubes from Bunnings with the handle at the back so that she can easily apply her labels to the flat surface.
"My go to organisational products are the Kmart Stackable Drawer and 2 Section Drawer. They appear in most rooms in our home," she says.
"The Target Modular Kitchen Storage Canisters are amazing for our pantry and kitchen drawers.
"The Flexi Storage Clever Cubes from Bunnings are great for the linen closet and kids rooms, and the Ikea Trofast system is perfect for the kids toys."
Top organisation tips
For anyone looking to introduce some order into their home, Jessica says the best thing to do is actually start, even if you start small and work up from there.
"If I can do it, anyone can! Start small, one corner, one drawer, one box, one room at a time," she says.
"Don’t ever compare yourself or your home to anyone else. Someone could be at the end of their home organising journey and you could be at the very beginning. Trust me, I was there.
"Just keep working on one thing at a time and be proud of how far you have come, not how much further you have to go. In a year’s time, you will be glad you just started somewhere."
The best home organisation buys
Want to test out Jessica’s home organising systems? Here are her go-to products and some other popular home organisation must-haves.
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