Part of getting organized is getting rid of all the clutter, you know all the things you have in your home that you don't need or don't plan on ever using.
Don't try to get it all cleaned up at once. It took time to accumulate all that stuff, and it will take time to sort through it too.
Before you buy anything, think about where you will put it in your home. If you don't have room for it, don't buy it.
Writing a to-do list each day is a great way to stay focused.
When you need to run an errand, try to combine other stops along the way. You'll save time and money.
Whenever you have an appointment, call first to make sure the other person will be there and available on time.
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Everyone in the family needs to do their share of the work. Teach everyone in the family to put things away when they are finished with them.
When the kids are done with their toys, get them in the habit of putting them away before leaving the room or going to bed each night.
Each child should be responsible for their bedrooms, start teaching them this at an early age.
Get each family member in the habit of picking up after themselves, after meals, homework, showers.
As each person in the family starts being responsible for their own things, the house will probably start looking better soon.